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7:30 PM - 10:30 PM Hibernian Hall
Date: March 18, 2020 to March 18, 2020
Where: Hibernian Hall, 184 Dudley Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02119
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Over the course of one sultry day in 1912, the Tyrone family find themselves drifting into a world where the past is the present and the present is haunted with guilty secrets. Written by Eugene O'Neill in 1942 as a semi-autobiographical memoir about his self-destructive, Irish-American family, this Tony-award and Pulitzer Prize-winning play has become a classic of the American theater. WaltersWest Project and Fort Point Theatre Channel present a unique and relevant production at Hibernian Hall by casting actors of color as the Tyrone family, and by using music and movement to season O'Neill's play with African-American flavor -- holding this American classic under the pressure of contemporary scrutiny, and exploring the play's continued relevance to larger questions of what it means to be alive, to be human, to be a family, and to thrive, not just survive. For Mature Audiences. PERFORMANCES: Previews: March 17 & 18, 2020 at 7:30 pm Performances: March 20 April 4, Fridays 7:30pm, Saturdays 2pm and 7:30, Sunday March 29 at 2pm. Tuesday March 17, 7:30pm - PREVIEW Wednesday March 18, 7:30pm - PREVIEW Friday March 20, 7:30 pm - OPENING NIGHT Saturday March 21, 2pm Saturday March 21, 7:30pm Friday March 27, 7:30pm Saturday March 28, 2pm Sunday March 29, 2pm Friday April 3, 7:30pm Saturday April 4, 2pm TICKETS: $50 Supporter (your ticket helps underwrite community, student, and senior tickets) $25 Adult $15 Students/Senior $15 Preview Nights CAST: James Tyrone: Paul Benford-Bruce Mary Tyrone: Dayenne CB Walters Edmund Tyrone: Eric Cheri Jamie Tyrone: Dominic Carter Cathleen: Ciera-Sadé Wade PRODUCTION TEAM: Director: Amy S. West Movement Direction: Lola Remy Music: Akili Jamal Haynes Dramaturgs: Ciera-Sadé Wade, Michael Anderson Costume Design: Lila West Lighting Design: Ashley Yung Assistant Director: Audrey Seraphin Stage Manager: Naomi Ibasitas Production Manager: Wanda Strukus For additional information, please contact Prod
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