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Long Day's Journey Into Night

27.8. 2014

For the past ten days I have kept quiet about a stream of electronic communication between me and people in France concerning my house in Sigoules. 355 more words

Eugene O'Neill

O’Neill always strongly objected to cutting any of his plays. When director and playwright Russel Crouse asked him to shorten the script of “Ah, Wilderness!” he was very reluctant. 65 more words


SPOTLIGHT: Gorgeous Pre-Code Garbo (I)

Welcome to a new Film Friday and the start of our spotlight series on the Pre-Code work of the divine Greta Garbo (1905-1990). We’ve already covered two of this Queen’s Pre-Codes:  823 more words


Football vs. Books

Once you start publishing your writing, whether online or in book form, it’s only a matter of time until you’re asked about your influences.  Like most people I could happily ramble on for ages about writers and stories that have meant a lot to me, from Marvel comics to William Blake to Philip K. 1,039 more words

Non Fiction

THE ICEMAN COMETH ... and stayeth ... for at least five hours | Endangered Species Project at Seattle's ACT Theatre stages one night reading of marathon Irish-American classic on September 15

The budgie and the five-toed sloth aren’t the only things in danger of disappearing as we hurtle deep into the 21st century.

Certain great American plays are also going extinct. 258 more words

Getting Through The Dark

He was America’s most renowned playwright – gifted, popular, and critically acclaimed – and he found himself unable to write. In his youth, Eugene O’Neill had won three Pulitzer Prizes for Drama in the space of eight years, and before he was 50, he had received the Nobel Prize for Literature. 694 more words



One of the fascinating aspects of The Theatre Guild is all of the wonderful playwrights we have worked with in our 95 years, such as: 144 more words

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