Blackfriars Repertory Theatre and The Storm Theatre present Eugene O’Neill's classic comedy about the trials and tribulations of a young man and his loving family in a small Connecticut town on July 4, 1906. More…
O’Neill described his play as, “A nostalgic comedy of the ancient days when youth was young, and the right was right, and life was a wicked opportunity.”
See it if you see all things O'Neil. Be warned that this only a "comedy" because it isn't like the rest of the O'N cannon, not because it's funny.
Don't see it if Slow, uneven acting more at the low end, nothing much to say other than perhaps hearkening to simpler times, skip it.
See it if See it you like long plays from beginning of last century . A nice story about a family relationships and that era
Don't see it if Don’t see is you like a fast play with a lot of action
See it if you are curious what an O'Neill comedy looks like or you want a long, slow period piece.
Don't see it if you care that the acting (with the exception of Richard) feels either disengaged or forced and that it feels as long as it is.