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Days Without End - Full Length Play, Drama

Days Without End

Eugene O'Neill

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Full Length Play, Drama

5m, 4f

ISBN: 9780940450509

John Loving is engaged in a life and death conflict with the sneering, cynical element of his psyche which has poisoned his past life, made him prey to false gods, and now seeks to destroy him through suicide. He seeks absolution and his tormentor perishes at the foot of the Cross.

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Eugene O'neill: Complete Plays 1932 - 1943

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Description

Full Length Play

Drama

More than 120 minutes (2 hours)

Time Period - 1940s / WWII, 1930s

FEATURES / CONTAINS

Interior Set

Period Costumes

CAUTIONS

No Special Cautions

TARGET AUDIENCE

Adult

PERFORMANCE GROUP

College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre

John Loving is engaged in a life and death conflict with the sneering, cynical element of his psyche which has poisoned his past life, made him prey to false gods, and now seeks to destroy him through suicide. He seeks absolution and his tormentor perishes at the foot of the Cross.
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5m, 4f

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MUSICAL STYLE

N/A (Not a musical)

VOCAL DEMANDS

N/A (Not a musical)

Author
Eugene O'Neill

Eugene O'Neill

When Eugene O’Neill (1888 – 1953) began writing for the stage early in the 20th century, the American theatre was dominated by vaudeville and romantic melodramas. Influenced by Strindberg, Ibsen, and other European playwrights, O’Neill vowed to create a theatre in America, stripped of false sentimentality, which would explore the deepest stirrings of the human spirit. In 1914, he wrote: “I want to ... view full profile

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