Already closed | 1h 45m | Midtown W

Long Voyage Home: Eugene O'Neill's Plays of the Sea

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Members say: Slow, Entertaining, Great staging, Dizzying, Dated

About the show

An experiential evening of three one acts performed on the newly-restored historic tall ship at South Street Seaport. More…

This celebration of Eugene O’Neill’s early sea plays — collectively known as the "S.S. Glencairn Cycle" (1914-1917) — engages theater-goers in a unique performance featuring professional actors as well as Hunter College students and alumni. Together, they bring the experiences of sailors far from home to life, as dramatized by one of the true masters of American Drama.

1h 45m | Already closed | Unspecified venue - NY (Midtown W)

Member Reviews (1)

MEMBERS SAY:

Slow, Entertaining, Great staging, Dizzying, Dated
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Entertaining, Dated, Dizzying, Slow, Great staging

See it if You are familiar with Eugene O'Niell's plays and admire his work. This is an interesting and entertaining rendition.

Don't see it if If you can't understand dated writing or if you get distracted easily. The stage being on a docked ship comes with its cons.


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