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Arsenal Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal Street Watertown, MA 02472
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The weather was windy. I wore casual chic - perfect for theater.
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Right next door is the excellent Venezuelan restaurant Casa de Pedro.
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"Long Day's Journey Into Night"
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4.1 average rating
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22 reviews
11 stars
attended Apr 20 2012

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...continued

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9 reviews
8 stars
attended Apr 19 2012

Spectacular acting in a classic--tho devastating--play. Really a top rate production all around. Like the best of NYC theater in my own backyard.

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6 reviews
5 stars
attended Apr 21 2012

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

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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.