Seanachaí Theatre Company presents A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN by Eugene O'Neill, Directed by Kevin Theis, March 23 - April 29, 2012 in the Seanachaí space 3rd floor theatre, Irish American Heritage Center. Tickets: $24 Thursday/Friday; $28 Saturday/Sunday; $10 Previews. For tickets, call (866) 811-4111 or visit www.seanachai.org.
The companion piece to Long Day's Journey into Night, and O'Neill's final play, A Moon for the Misbegotten is a tale of humor, vulnerability and passion as two lonely souls find a window of happiness in the moonlight, and approach the coming dawn with hope and apprehension.
Seanachaí's 2011/12 season Classic Voices: The Revolutionaries continues with Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten. Directed by Ensemble member Kevin Theis, A Moon for the Misbegotten runs March 23rd to April 29th, 2012. Ensemble actors Brad Armacost (Phil Hogan) and Carolyn Klein (Josie Hogan) are joined by veteran actor Steve Pickering as Jim Tyrone. Pickering played Tyrone as a younger man in the Goodman's production of Long Day's Journey into Night opposite Brian Dennehy, directed by Robert Falls. Andrew Nowack (Mike Hogan) and Stuart Ritter (T. Stedman Harder) round out the Seanachaí cast.
Company staff include Ensemble members Erin Diener (Production Stage Manager), Mary Rose O'Connor (Assistant Director), Jeri Frederickson (Dramaturg.)The design team comprises recently joined Ensemble member Ira Amyx (Co-Set and Props), Merje Veski (Co-Set and Props), Julian Pike, (Lighting), Victoria Delorio (Original Composition & Sound), Beth Laske-Miller (Costumes) and Barbara Zahora (Dialect coach.)