Nominated for a Tony Award in 2017 for Best Revival of a Play, The Little Foxes first premiered on Broadway in 1939 and has been a theater staple ever since. In the post-Civil War South, Regina Giddens and her scheming brothers, Oscar and Ben, want to partner on a business deal to exploit the poor and increase their already substantial wealth. There is only one problem: Regina’s husband, Horace, refuses to give them the funds they need — setting in motion a vicious game of duplicitous dealings that ultimately leads to death. This drama by renowned playwright Lillian Hellman is a riveting, unsentimental portrait of a bygone era that still holds timely resonance today. See this classic tale of family betrayal and corruption at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.