This production was staged as part of our 2012/13 Season

Apples & Oranges

Apples & Oranges

October 5 to October 28, 2012 | On the Hertz Stage
Part of the Hertz Series

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution gives Apples & Oranges an 'A'!

"For those of us have yearned to understand our brothers and sisters, even for people who don’t have siblings, Apples & Oranges will exact emotional bite — sharp, piercing, bittersweet." – Wendell Brock,Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"With its onstage talent and touching story, this play will be well worth the price of admission, and it will leave you appreciating your family all the more." – Kenny Norton,

"Apples and Oranges is undoubtedly the best thing on any Atlanta stage..." – Andrew Alexander,

Carl and his journalist sister have never seen eye to eye or been anything alike. But when he uncharacteristically asks for her help, she begins to spend more time with her odd duck of a sibling. Amid political divides, a rotating cast of girlfriends, and Carl's uniquely converted-Christian Western Manhood, Carl's sister experiences the extremes of family love. Exquisitely written by Uhry, Oscar and Pulitzer Prize recipient, and author of Driving Miss Daisy and Last Night of Ballyhoo.

Cast & Crew


  • Author of Apples & Oranges
    Marie is an author and Writer at Large for Vanity Fair. She has published five books, including Great Dames: What I Learned from Older Women (Crown, 2000... read more »
  • Playwright
    Alfred is distinguished as the only American playwright to have won a Pulitzer Prize, an Academy Award and two Tony awards. Uhry began his career as a lyric writer under... read more »


  • Director
    As Artistic Director of Manhattan Theatre Club for over three decades, Lynne has overseen hundreds of productions and accepted every major award on behalf of the company... read more »

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