Strange Interlude

by  Eugene O'Neill

Full Length Play  /  5m, 3f

Winner! 1928 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

A Play in Nine Acts

O'Neill forges a theatrical vehicle for the discoveries of modern psychology, giving outward form to his characters' inexpressible thoughts and feelings. In EUGENE O'NEILL: THREE PLAYS

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    Cast Size

    5m, 3f
  • Accolades

    Accolades

    Tony, Pulitzer, From Broadway

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A Play in Nine Acts

O'Neill forges a theatrical vehicle for the discoveries of modern psychology, giving outward form to his characters' inexpressible thoughts and feelings. In EUGENE O'NEILL: THREE PLAYS

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Accolades

  • Winner! 1928 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

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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 sentimental ...

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