A modern American classic written by one of the most important playwrights of the twentieth century, The Little Foxes is a powerful story of three siblings, Regina, Oscar and Ben, who value wealth more than each other. The play chronicles the hatred and greed of the Hubbard family, who drape themselves in classic Southern gentility to conceal their vicious grasping. To realize her dream of fleeing small-town Alabama for Chicago’s high society, Regina crosses and double-crosses her brothers for a larger stake in a business deal that will ensure her future even as it destroys her family.
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