Based on the acclaimed book by Cheryl Strayed (author of the best-selling Wild), brilliantly adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), and directed by veteran OSF actor Michael J. Hume, Tiny Beautiful Things follows columnist “Sugar”, played by Renée Hewitt, as she weaves together her personal experiences while offering insights full of laughter, depth, and humanity to advice seekers played by Geoffrey Riley, Mia Gaskin, and Carlos-Zenen Trujillo. This funny and deeply touching exploration of resilience is a great reminder that we’re not so alone after all.
At its center, Tiny Beautiful Things is about reaching when you’re stuck, healing when you’re broken, and finding the courage to take on the questions that have no answers.
This play has adult themes and language, and is recommended for ages 18+.
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Outdoors and socially distanced at Grizzly Peak Winery
Thursdays - Sundays, July 15 - 25 at 1 pm
Thursday, July 15 Preview: discounted tickets.
Friday, July 16 Opening performance: a benefit for Southern Oregon Coalition for Racial Equity, will be followed by complimentary wine and talkback with the actors and director.
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Critic’s Pick! “Tiny Beautiful Things is about the endangered art of listening to – and really hearing and responding to – other people…it works beautifully as a sustained theatrical exercise in empathy.”
”A show that aims to open your eyes to the tiny moments when the world surprises us with care."
–New York Magazine
“Wonderfully comic…. indeed a beautiful thing. You shouldn’t miss it.” —Chicago OnStage
Recommend! Funny and unwavering…The collective humanness is truly the extraordinary thing about this piece of work.” —NewCity Stage
"Tiny Beautiful Things" was co-conceived by Marshall Heyman, Thomas Kail, and Nia Vardalos, and is presented by Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. www.concordtheatricals.com. Original NY Production by the Public Theater Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director. Patrick Willingham, Executive Director.