A family wrestles with resentment so deep—and a love so fierce—that it threatens to consume them.
by Eugene O’Neill
directed by Artistic Director Les Waters
In his first production as Artistic Director, Les Waters directs this epic yet powerfully intimate, Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a family confronting a sea of regret and longing, haunted by the past. Over the course of one fateful summer day, renowned actor James Tyrone, his troubled wife Mary and their two sons wrestle with resentment so deep—and a love so fierce—that it threatens to consume them. O’Neill’s play is both a poem of forgiveness to his own family, and one of the legendary achievements of American drama.