An American Masterpiece Reimagined for our Time
Eugene O'Neill's LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT receives a "beautifully acted and affecting interpretation" (The New York Times) from Tony Award®-nominated director Robert O'Hara (Slave Play). At the heart of O’Neill’s masterwork is the Tyrone family, living together again under lockdown. As the pressure builds, each family member retreats to their own destructive vices.
Featuring "a glorious quartet of performances" (Slant) from Emmy® Award nominee Bill Camp (The Crucible, The Queen’s Gambit), four-time Obie Award® winner Elizabeth Marvel (Hedda Gabler, Homeland), Tony Award nominee Ato Blankson-Wood (Slave Play) and Jason Bowen (The Play That Goes Wrong), this "must-see stroke of genius" (Theatermania) inspired by the events of 2020 is a visceral and provocative exploration of addiction and mental health speaking to our present moment.
O’Hara's "daring and illuminating" (Vulture) reimagining of LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT is a "raw and excellent 1 hour and 50 minute production" (Daily Beast) with no intermission and includes themes of drug/alcohol addiction and domestic violence.
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