On a sunny day in Connecticut, in the August of 1912, the Tyrone family is locked in a battle with their inner demons. As the day goes on, father James, mother Mary, and sons Jamie and Edmund face addictions, illness, the past, hatred, suffering, and each other. Written by Nobel Laureate Eugene O'Neill and so autobiographical that he wouldn't allow it's publication until after his death, 'Long Day's Journey into Night' is a play constantly ranked one of the top 5 of the 20th century. Perhaps because it is not only so personal and identifiable with the playwright's own life, but because the trials and suffering of the Tyrone family can be seen in almost every family. At times haunting, at times depressing, but always beautiful; 'Long Day's Journey into Night' is a play not to be missed.
Mary Cavan Tyrone: Kathryn Tavendale
James Tyrone: Jaeden Reppert
James 'Jamie' Tyrone, Jr.: Alex McLeod
Edmund Tyrone: Connor McCausland
Cathleen: Emily Grant
Co-Directed by Jaeden Reppert and Cameron Goodwin
Written by Eugene O'Neill
This adaptation by the Centre Stage Theatre Society will run for two nights at Underdog on Union Street. The show is Monday, March 19th and Wednesday, March 21. Doors open at 6:30 for a 7:00 start.