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Review: Long Day's Journey Into Night – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

First published in The Times, Saturday April 21 2018

Four Stars

“Enough is not as good as a feast!” cries Edmund Tyrone (Lorn Macdonald), tossing back the latest in a long line of whisky shots. 422 more words

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The Icemon Cometh (Digimon Tamers- Episode 10)

(Check out part 9 HERE. To go back to the beginning click HERE)

Like the Adventure 01 Episode The Piximon Cometh, the title of this episode is a reference to Eugene O’Neill’s 1939 play  1,350 more words


The native eloquence of the fog people: Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962)

By Scott Ross

By critical consensus at least, Long Day’s Journey into Night ranks as the Great American Play. But one needn’t necessarily be a critic, or susceptible to the official canon, to attain reverence for Eugene O’Neill’s ultimate (in both senses of the word)  3,134 more words



When I lived in NYC I went out to Eugene O’Neill’s boyhood home in New London Connecticut. A friend was in Connecticut for a wedding and we decided to meet up and spend a day adventuring since I wasn’t that far away. 288 more words

First 28 States (and D.C.)

Long Day's Journey Into Night @ Wyndham's Theatre: A Little in Love With Death

It’s taken me a long time to get around to seeing a Eugene O’Neill play, which is strange considering he was one of the first playwrights I actually read outside of school (O’Neill, Hare and Miller was the full list. 759 more words


A long day's journey

It is said that the journey matters more than the destination. I don’t agree. I believe they play on equal terms, not least because the one cannot exist without the other. 102 more words


O’Neill Desire Under the Elms

No one is more single-minded than the dead. Past consequence, a singular purpose is a luxury they can afford. There are no complications to be brooked for an avenging ghost. 1,969 more words