Fountain Theatre: - Eugene O'Neill; dir: Stephen Sachs.
Moon for the Misbegotten, Eugene O'Neill's last completed play, is considered a sequel to the highly acclaimed, Pulitzer Prize winning, and autobiographical Long Day's Journey into Night. The story is set eleven years after the events in Long Day's Journey, as Jim Tyrone, who was based on the playwright's older brother Jaime O'Neill, grasps at a last chance at love. Josie Hogan, the play's heroine, attempts to lift the guilt and sorrow from Tyrone's troubled heart as he confesses to her behavior he can neither forget nor forgive. As Josie begins to finally understand Jim, she grows into understanding and accepting herself.
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