Eugene O'Neill's 1940 autobiographical story takes place in one long day and proceeds into the brooding night.
It's a serviceable book, and the pages hold up to markers, and the young man got the part he was auditioning for.
I would recommend this play as absolutly essential to read--for the fan of the theatre, literature, or a layman.
Enjoyed the book even though it was something I had to read for class. Abrupt ending without the feeling of closure or a full conclusion, but other than that, the play is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessica Kasper
Eugene O'Neill changed America's stage theater forever, it's play writing, it's acting, it's scenery and lighting, and produced a substantive, naturalistic, impressionistic... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sue. Stock
A very interesting play. I bought this for a theater costuming class I was taking, but would recommend it for anyone. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Hampton
I just had to read the first act to fall in love with it. It is so detailed with how the actors should perform that it is like reading a story instead of a play. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cat
When I was searching (and I DO mean struggling to find!!) for this version of this play, I finally found ONE source and ONE review of the film. Read morePublished 9 months ago by E. Leland Watkins