Eugene O'Neill

When we perceive ourselves as lonely, it can actually imperil our health. Research has shown that both perceived and actual
When Doerries puts on a show, a Greek chorus from the heavens sings praise of the scale of his ambition, and well, yes... hubris. He has taken the very same Greek dramatists that have inspired the culture wars and the politics of identity, and redeployed them in the service of public health.
At this final Act of the Iceman Lab, there are so many fascinating layers that I both want to explore and also protect. In
As the author of 79 -- count 'em, 79 -- plays, Alan Ayckbourn rarely falls below a certain laugh level.
After the concert format of Act I, I was even more curious to see what Act II would look like. One day later I got to find
The Iceman Cometh is one of those plays from the American canon whose name evokes a pretty specific theatrical mood and style.
Movie icon--and lately best known for her role on American Horror Story-- Jessica Lange has performed on Broadway only twice
This is a welcome opportunity to see the play, and the chance to see a top-flight performance by Jessica Lange. But when you leave Long Day enthusing about the actress playing Mary Tyrone -- well, that doesn't seem to be where O'Neill was heading.
It's only a few months since Ivo van Hove brought his startlingly strong production of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge from London to Broadway.
Cults, car chases, a kid with lazer beam eyes, a satellite from outer space! What more could you want in a movie? As director
The Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker has offered a series of diverse and astounding star performances in films. Thus, he is not just another movie star stopping over on Broadway for a limited engagement.
Every child who comes into this world arrives in a state of helpless innocence. Unfortunately, there is no way of predicting how or when that child's idealism will be tarnished by reality.
Eugene O'Neill is widely regarded as the playwright who lifted American theater out of the era of melodrama and into a realm of truthfulness and invention that was comparable with the best on the world's stages.
As far as I know, the most chillingly romantic scene in American dramatic literature occurs in the second half of Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten, a revival of which is now in its final week at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Now at Williamstown Theatre Festival, tucked away in the northwest corner of Massachusetts, Broadway royalty and celebrity couple, Audra McDonald and Will Swenson are exploring a new kind of relationship in Eugene O'Neill's final masterpiece--the sequel to Long Day's Journey Into Night--A Moon For The Misbegotten.
Can a great play also be not entirely good? I ask this because the question kept wandering around my head as I watched and listened to--and watched and listened to and watched and listened to--Robert Falls's 2012 production of Eugene O'Neill's (classic?) The Iceman Cometh for Chicago's Goodman Theatre. It's finally reached the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
I was delighted to uncover the names and stories of the other members of the Vicious Circle, women that had fascinating and full lives.
So, kudos to the Endangered Species Project for taking on this and other less visible projects on behalf of the Seattle community
Meryl Streep is used to awards by now. She is, after all, the reigning queen of cinema and has held that fictitious but totally