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Theater Week - Heaven Only


A listing of Triangle theater performances
through May 30, 2016



* Church and State – Staged reading of a new play by Jason Odell Williams about a conservative Senator (Allan Campbell) who begins to have doubts about his political stance on guns and God. 319 more words

Triangle Theater

salute: Jessica Lange

Ummm, I have probably sung her praises in several other posts… but how about another one?

As an early gift for my birthday I decided to buy myself tickets to go and see Jessica Lange in “Long Days Journey Into Night.” I had read the play before, and even while reading it all I could see were images of Lange tangled within the fragile world of Mary Tyrone… a woman whose delicate mental state and morphine addiction is one which gives Blanche Dubois a run for her money. 327 more words


Theater Review: The Hairy Ape at Odyssey Theatre

When Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape debuted in 1922, it caused quite a stir. The mayor of New York tried to shut down the original production, worried it would inspire labor protests, and even the FBI noted the work was dangerously close to being radical propaganda. 623 more words

Los Angeles Theater

Oona O’Neill Chaplin. Behind Every Great Man…

… There is a Great Woman.

One such woman, Oona O’Neill, was born on the 14 of May 1925,  in Warwick Parish, Bermuda, to talented parents, the prize-winning playwright Eugene O’Nei… 9 more words


Long Day's Journey Into Night, and What We Miss Years After

A few weeks ago, we had the option — at Vancouver Film School — to attend its playwrighting class. I think general electives are helpful for even those who don’t want to specialize in what they offer because having a general base is invaluable… 586 more words


President Higgins attends a reading in the Writing Centre

Guest post by  Dr Zeljka Doljanin, Manager, UCD Writing Centre

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Robert M. Dowling’s talk on Eugene O’Neill is now available as a podcast via the UCD Humanities Institute’s podcast series. 483 more words

UCD Library

“Long Day’s Journey” – A Classic Play Receiving a Thought-Provoking Production

By Karen Isaacs

Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night” is a classic of American theater. O’Neill is considered America’s first great playwright – and even today may be our greatest. 1,259 more words

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