Eugene O'Neill


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Noun1.Eugene O'Neill - United States playwright (1888-1953)Eugene O'Neill - United States playwright (1888-1953)
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THE second annual Eugene O'Neill Festival is set to take place from October 8 to 13.
Eugene O'Neill and the Reinvention of Theatre Aesthetics
Denzel Washington, "Eugene O'Neill's The Iceman Cometh"
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT CITIZENS THEATRE, GLASGOW, 19.04.18 EUGENE O'Neill wrote this family drama in 1941 but many of its issues are relevant today.
For those who shrug and believe it was only the past that should be buried now, Eugene O'Neill writes:
For the first time since its 1992 debut at a Glencoe bookstore, Writers Theatre has staged a Eugene O'Neill play.
SHOW BUZZ ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT | JEREMY Irons, above, and Lesley Manville are reprising their roles in director Richard Eyre's acclaimed production of Eugene O'Neill's American classic Long Day's Journey Into Night.
American playwright Eugene O'Neill chooses one day in August 1912 to present the Tyrone family to his audience in the play Long Day's Journey into Night, which will be presented by the Cyprus Theatre Organisation (THOC) as of Saturday.
Long before the Great Depression caused America's workforce to stall, Eugene O'Neill's 1922 expressionist sequence of scenes, "The Hairy Ape," rattled the cages of capitalism.
I'VE always been fascinated by Eugene O'Neill, one of the giant playwrights of 20th-century America.
The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theater Foundation (later renamed the O'Neill Theater Center) gathers 20 dramatists in Waterford, Conn., for the first-ever National Playwrights Conference.
My daughter Zoe and I and some other buddies are doing a local theater production of Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie in Los Angeles, and that's got me reading Eugene O'Neill: A Life in Four Acts by Robert Dowling.