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Dawn of the Hairy Ape

Well, this is it. A long road, a lotta rehearsal (and that’s Lotta with a capitol L, folks), a few sore throats and a serious wrench later, and Eugene O’Neill’s… 959 more words


Photos from LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

That fog horn is starting to blow, and the ghosts of Eugene O’Neill’s original rep company (his family) are gliding down the stairs of the old summer place on the Connecticut coast. 116 more words

Three doors of quiet | Tao House, Eugene O'Neill's final writing place

It was Tao House in Danville, California where Eugene O’Neill wrote all the big final plays. O’Neill lived there from 1937-44, one of the longest stopovers in one place for this endlessly homeless American. 163 more words

"Strange interlude! Yes, our lives are merely strange dark interludes..." (Wicked Game)

NINA: (murmurs with drowsy gratitude) Thank you, Father–have I been wicked?–you’re so good–dear old Charlie!

–Eugene O’Neill, Strange Interlude (1928)

What a wicked game to play, to make me feel this way…

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Long day's journey to Ashland | Eugene O'Neill's timeless, endless LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT opens March 29 at Oregon Shakespeare Festival


In the American theatre, there are a lot of plays.

But it’s tempting to come back to “the big three” of the post WW II era. 120 more words

Research Done, Still Stumped

Since you’ve already done some research, try reading some fiction pieces that have alcoholic characters — especially if the author has struggled with it in the past. 297 more words

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The Iceman Cometh to Brooklyn

New York is the best place in the world to see theater in the English speaking world. You’d have to go to London to come close to what New York has to offer in terms of plays being produced. 565 more words

Notes From A Polite New Yorker