Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten at New York City Center
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They meet on a barren patch of earth, in the glow of an autumn moon. The jaded James Tyrone is on the edge of despair; the fiercely passionate Josie Hogan is lonely beyond endurance. But on this night, under this moon, hope sparks between them. In Eugene O’Neill’s bittersweet elegy, two wounded hearts experience the power of redemption—and the saving grace of love.
This production features tobacco-free cigarettes.