Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill

The past is the present, isn’t it?  It’s the future, too.”

Pictured: L to R. Bruce DuBose as James Tyrone and Joanna Schellenberg as Mary Tyrone in Undermain Theatre’s Production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill.

Directed by Katherine Owens

February 10 – March 6, 2016

Winner of the 1957 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for Best Play. This classic is being produced in Dallas for the first time in over two decades. It is what many consider to be the greatest play of the 20th Century and a centerpiece of modern drama. Nobel Prize winning Eugene O’Neill’s monumental play depicts a theatrical family jolted by destiny and touched by fate at their summer home in Connecticut on one August day in 1912 from morning to midnight.  Addiction and a clash of young and old are some of the overriding themes in this autobiographical play.

 

This Undermain production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night is funded, in part, by a grant from the Jean Baptiste “Tad” Adoue III Fund at The Dallas Foundation.

 Cast

Joanna Schellenberg
Mary Tyrone

Bruce DuBose
James Tyrone

Josh Blann
Edmund Tyrone

Katherine Bourne
Cathleen

Shelby Davenport
Jamie Tyrone

 Creatives

 

Katherine Owens -director

Katherine Owens
Director

Eugene O’Neill
Playwright

John Arnone
Scenic Design

Giva Taylor

Giva Taylor
Costume Design

Steve Woods
Lighting Design

Paul Semrad

Paul Semrad
Sound Design

Linda Noland
Properties Design

Ryan Lescalleet
Stage Manager

Photo Archive

Long Days Journey Into Night Poster

Long Day’s Journey Into Night Poster

Long Day’s Journey Into Night Program

Long Day's Journey Into NIght - Postcard Front

Long Day’s Journey Into NIght – Postcard Front

Long Day's Journey Into NIght - Postcard Back

Long Day’s Journey Into NIght – Postcard Back