Long Day's Journey Into Night: Pulitzer and Tony-Winning Drama
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The last date listed for Long Day's Journey Into Night was Sunday April 22, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Let's begin with the fact that it is a wonderful play. It was written as a 4-act play. Why the New Rep chose to do it in 2 acts is a mystery. Each act was too long. The set is very good. At least 2 of the 4 actors flubbed an occasional line; the Edmund character was difficult to understand/hear at the beginning but improved as the show progressed.
Best part? My 24 yr. old son is now hooked on O'Neil!
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I was familiar with Eugene O'Neil and the autobiographical nature 'Long Day's Journey...' but had never read or seen it. What a wonderful introduction to what remains a powerful piece of theatre! The production kept marvelous pace, with a clean,...continued
A drama by Eugene O’Neill
Directed by Scott Edmiston
Running time is around 3 and a half hours with one intermission.
Join New Rep as they explore this 1957 Pulitzer Prize-winning classic by one of America’s most renowned playwrights, Eugene O’Neill. This semi-autobiographical masterpiece intimately examines the addictions, regrets, and deceits of the tormented Tyrone family. Through the course of a heart-wrenching day, the members of the family confront one another as their blame, resentment, and animosity explodes.
One of the marvels of Long Day’s Journe_y _— and one reason it so often seems newly born with every revival — is it can accommodate shifts in its center of emotional gravity.
About the Ticket Supplier: New Repertory Theatre - Boston
Now in its third decade, New Rep has established itself as one of Boston’s premiere theatre companies. Celebrated for electrifying, compelling, and poignant productions, New Rep plays reflect our world and community: they present images of many times and places and regularly explore ideas that have vital resonance in our lives—here and now. New Rep shows are provocative, intelligent, and entertaining.