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Machinal

American playwright Sophie Treadwell wrote this expressionistic play in 1928, not long after Eugene O’Neill’s expressionistic masterpiece Emperor Jones. It was based on a real murder case, and its premiere provided Clark Gable with his Broadway debut. 304 more words

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This Long Day is Worth the Journey

By Patrick Hurley

Eugene O’Neill’s semi-autobiographical play Long Day’s Journey into Night is a lumbering, loquacious and lyrical voyage into the dysfunction of family.  1,068 more words

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A Very Long Day's Journey Into Night, Once Again

The Review: Bristol Old Vic/BAM’s A Long Day’s Journey Into Night

By Ross

As the night in question approaches, the Tyron family at the center of this very long journey shuffles forward through the pain and accusations that weight these four down throughout their lifetime.   1,282 more words

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Long Day's Journey Into Night

HOME, Manchester

Written by Eugene O’Neill

Directed by Dominic Hill

This is co-production by HOME and Citizen’s Theatre of Eugene O’Neill’s semi-autobiographical and Pulitzer award winning play. 996 more words

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Off Broadway review: Lesley Manville and Jeremy Irons in 'Long Day's Journey Into Night'

Just two years after Jessica Lange won a Tony for a Broadway revival of Eugene O’Neill’s epic tragedy “Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” the British actress Lesley Manville brings a strikingly different approach to the woman at its center in Richard Eyre’s compelling but flawed new production, which opened Sunday at Brooklyn Academy of Music. 235 more words

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Long Day’s Journey into Night @ HOME

Long Day’s Journey into Night

By Eugene O’Neill

HOME & Citizens Theatre

HOME, 11 May 2018

It is a journey that starts slow, steadily gathers speed, then accelerates wildly, this marvellous production of Eugene O’Neill’s grand-hearted, largely autobiographical (mind, … 300 more words

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