A Moon for the Misbegotten
Full Length Play, Drama / 4m, 1f
Following the events of O’Neill’s classic Long Day’s Journey into Night, Moon for the Misbegottenbrings James “Jamie” Tyrone, Jr. to the home of his tenant farmer, Mike Hogan, a salty Irish geezer.
- Nominee! 2000 Tony® Award, Best Revival of a Play
Nominee! 2000 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Revival of a Play
"Another beautiful play by O'Neill [...] a compelling piece for the theatre." - New York Daily News
- No Special Cautions
- Minimum Fee: $100 per performance
- Time Period: 1930s, 1920s
- Duration: More than 120 minutes (2 hours)
- Setting: A rockstrewn farm in Connecticut in 1923.
- Additional Features: Not Applicable
- Features / Contains: Period Costumes
- Musical Style: N/A (Not a musical)
- Vocal Demands: N/A (Not a musical)
MIKE HOGAN - Youngest son of Phil Hogan and brother of Josie Hogan. He is "primly self-righteous."
PHIL HOGAN - Father of Josie Hogan and Mike Hogan. Phil is a tenant of James Tyrone, Jr., on a rockstrewn farm in Connecticut. He is a feisty, stocky little Irishman with a wicked sense of verbal humor and an enormous capacity for liquor.
JAMES TYRONE, JR. - Landlord of the Hogan's farm. An alcoholic and the effects and age show on his body, though he is still charming.
T. STEDMAN HARDER - Heir to Standard Oil money, and neighbor of Phil Hogan. Harder is living the life of a country gentleman, and endeavoring to look the part.
- Not Applicable