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September 2: Eugene O'Neill

Hello my Cobbler friends!

September 2nd marks the opening date for the “The Iceman Cometh” by playwright Eugene O’Neill. O’Neill won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1936. 213 more words

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Playing Hearts, Writing Books

Last night, my ten-year-old daughter, her grandfather, and I played Hearts. New to this game, she was tentative for a few hands, fearful of losing. The third game in, she dropped a card that caught me entirely by surprise: a king of clubs who gobbled up my sloughed heart. 256 more words

Is Forest Whitaker Twice As Good As Al Pacino?

The hardworking staff noted with interest this item in yesterday’s New York Times Arts, Briefly column.

Forest Whitaker Will Make Broadway Debut

Forest Whitaker, the Academy Award winning film star, will…

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Morgan Watkins on DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS

Morgan and I chatting plays again.  This time DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS by Eugene O’Neill.  Morgan was playing Eben.

How was the text helpful for your character? 608 more words

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AUDRA McDONALD IN WILLIAMSTOWN

When the Theatre Guild premiered Eugene O’Neill’s THE ICEMAN COMETH in 1946, after O’Neill had withdrawn from the theatre some twelve years earlier, critic George Jean Nathan wrote, “The American theatre has a soul again.”  I thought of that yesterday, when I saw the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s production of O’Neill’s MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN. 200 more words

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Audra McDonald shines as Josie in Eugene O'Neill's "A Moon for the Misbegotten" in Williamstown

(L to R): Will Swenson (James Tyrone, Jr.) and Audra McDonald (Josie Hogan). Photograph T. Charles Erickson.

Glynn Turman (Phil Hogan). Photograph T. Charles Erickson. … 688 more words

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Quote for Today: Eugene O'Neill

Reblogged from Synkroniciti

The fog was where I wanted to be. Halfway down the path you can’t see this house. You’d never know it was here. 116 more words

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