Long Day's Journey Into Night, A Zoom Experience
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A staged reading of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, presented using an online meeting channel, directed by Audrey Seraphin.
Over the course of one sultry day in 1912, the Tyrone family find themselves drifting into a world where the past is the present and the present is haunted with guilty secrets. The NY Times called Long Day’s Journey Into Night, “A tempest in a bourbon bottle.”
We reimagined this American classic with African-Americans cast as the Tyrone family, holding this classic American family drama up to a contemporary gaze, exploring the play’s continued relevance, and the larger questions of what itView more
All tickets are $10
Tickets are good for 24-hour rental of the online presentation
JOIN US on 6/26 at 8pm!
All ticket holders are invited to a FREE online After Party to meet and celebrate with the cast from 8-9pm on 6/26. This is a Zoom conference, limited to 100 participants, by RSVP.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Log-in and password information will be sent prior to the event.
Additional time info:
One $10 ticket, purchased during the run of 6/23-6/26/2020 is good for a 24-hour rental of the performance.
AFTER PARTY: Each ticket holder is invited to the special end-of-run After Party on Friday, June 26, 8-9pm. The After Party is limited to 100 participants, so please RSVP us for the URL and password at email@example.com.