There’s no escape for or from the tortured Tyrones, as Flock Theatre stages O’Neill’s masterpiece in the intimacy of his family’s historic cottage.
An O’Neill biography puts the drama centerstage, while a tantalizing compendium of Beckett-iana largely elides it.
How the actor keeps it real at the center of a stunning new staging of O’Neill’s stylized 1922 drama.
He wrote his best play last, but it’s a mistake to think of the rest of the playwright’s thorny, ambitious, stammeringly poetic work as simply a warmup for ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night.’
A spate of intense new productions shows how Eugene O’Neill’s theatrical vision deepened as his canvas tightened.