Eugene O'Neill


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United States playwright (1888-1953)

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Performance of the classic drama by Eugene O'Neill.
The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theater Foundation (later renamed the O'Neill Theater Center) gathers 20 dramatists in Waterford, Conn.
When Eugene O'Neill and Mae West weren't being chastened by the purity police, they found time to enjoy the speakeasies, bookshops, restaurants, and theatres in Greenwich Village.
Director Tony Cownie said: "Apart from Shakespeare, no one delves into the souls of his characters more than Eugene O'Neill, they're always individual and intensely private.
Unless, that is, the information provided by Brooks Atkinson, the drama critic and friend of Eugene O'Neill, is accurate when he asserts, in 1933 (well before the playwright wrote Long Day's Journey Into Night), that James O'Neill had "owned a good deal of property" in New London, "including the Monte Cristo garage, which was the local agency for the Buick car" ("O'Neill Off Duty," NY Times, Oct.
Playwrights from Eugene O'Neill to Samuel Beckett have written plays that invited--demanded, in some cases--directorial experimentation.
Jack Nicholson is memorable as playwright Eugene O'Neill, a friend and admirer of Louise.
Richards, who worked at three major the atrical institutions--the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Center, as dean of the Yale School of Drama and as artistic director of the Yale Repertory Theatre--also helped to shape the careers of other playwrights, including August Wilson.
Her behaviour would no doubt have I horrified Oona's straitlaced Irish father Eugene O'Neill, who refused to speak to his 1 daughter after she took up with Chaplin.
Richards served as Dean of the Drama School at Yale University and as Artistic Director of Yale Repertory Theatre from 1979 to 1991; he also served as Artistic Director of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Center from 1968 to 1999.
Whether in prison like Francois Villon, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Nelson Mandela, Saro-Wiwa, Reinaldo Arenas and Dietrich Bonhoeffer or in a hospital like Frieda Kahlo and Eugene O'Neill, these writers ended up feeding on their misfortunes to produce great creative works.
Reopened in May after seismic retrofitting, the rambling home, now part of the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site, is viewable on guided tours.
He was member of IASIL, the James Joyce Society and the Eugene O'Neill Society.
When an educator was invited by a Chinese university to teach a seminar in American drama, she used "family drama" as the organizing theme of her course because she was (and is) convinced that from Eugene O'Neill on, American playwrights have been obsessed with family disintegration and the failure of family harmony.
A Wind is Rising': The Correspondence of Agnes Boulton and Eugene O'Neill.