The show's creative team includes Scott Pask (set design), Gregory Gale (costume design), Brian MacDevitt (lighting design), and John Gromada (original music and sound design).
Pig Farm concerns a couple (Conlee and Finneran) who are struggling to hold on to their herd of 15,000 restless pigs while dealing with their hired hand (Marshall-Green) alcohol abuse, and an officer from the Environmental Protection Agency (O'Hare). Kotis won two Tonys for his work as book writer and co-lyricist of Urinetown (which was directed by Rando).
Conlee's Broadway credits include The Constant Wife, The Full Monty, and 1776. Finneran, who won a Tony for her performance in Noises Off, starred in the Roundabout's productions of Cabaret, You Never Can Tell, and Arms and the Man. Marshall-Green's Off-Broadway credits include Dog Sees God, Swimming in the Shallows, and The Distance from Here. O'Hare won a Tony for his performance in Take Me Out; his other Broadway credits include Assassins, Major Barbara, and Cabaret.