Presented by Austin Pendleton
Held online via Zoom:
Rehearsed scenes from the works of Eugene O’Neill are critiqued and worked on in class. Scenes will be drawn from plays including BEYOND THE HORIZON, ANNA CHRISTIE, DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS, MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA, STRANGE INTERLUDE, AH WILDERNESS, THE ICEMAN COMETH, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY, MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN, and HUGHIE.
Recommended reading: Any biography of Eugene O’Neill.
“I remembered the beauty of New York at night, viewed not from a smart penthouse on Park Avenue, but from a crowded seat in Washington Square. And it seemed, in spite of its hardness, and irritating, noisy efficiency, a great and exciting place.”
— Noël Coward
Offered as part of “A Great and Exciting Place: HB Studio Celebrates the Theatrical Heritage of Greenwich Village,” made possible by the generous support of the Noel Coward Foundation. www.noelcoward.com