Pulitzer Prize-Winning O'Neill Play Strange Interlude From Shakespeare Theatre Company
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The last date listed for Strange Interlude was Sunday April 29, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Sidney Harman Hall
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Featured review from subhashineb
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Painfully brilliant commentary on the meaning of love and happiness, as viewed through characters with different emotional and intellectual capacities. Some of the wittiest and most acerbic dialogue I've seen in a long time.
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This play comes with more warnings than a pack of Marlboroughs -- if you don't like O'Neill and you don't have an interest in the plays from the 1920s of this ilk, stay away. I you do like O'Neill, then you are very lucky to be able to see an...continued
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“Thanks to director Michael Kahn’s keen vision, inspired casting, skillful editing and beautiful pacing, the play positively flies. Francesca Faridany is absolutely stellar.” -Metro Weekly_ _
“Drama diehards should vote for this kind of nervy programming with their wallets; Strange Interlude is by far the most adventurous entry in the spring’s Eugene O’Neill Festival.” _-The Washington Post_
Running time is approximately 3 hours, 45 minutes with two intermissions.
About the Ticket Supplier: Shakespeare Theatre Company
Recipient of the 2012 Regional Theatre Tony Award, DC’s Shakespeare Theatre Company has dedicated itself to becoming the nation’s premier classic theatre. By focusing on works with profound themes, complex characters and heightened language written by Shakespeare, his contemporaries and those playwrights he influenced, the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s artistic mission is unique among regional theatres: to bring to vibrant life groundbreaking, thought-provoking and eminently accessible classic theatre in a uniquely American style.