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    • Hairy Ape

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    • Black and white portrait of actress Carlotta Monterey O'Neill in a Plymouth Theater production of Eugene O'Neill's 'The Hairy Ape.' Monterey later became O'Neill's wife. Image courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University.
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes and Clara Morris, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public ; the San Francisco News Latter was less...
    • All God's Chillun Got Wings

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    • Scene in O'Neill's All God's Chillun' Got Wings in which Paul Robeson kissed Mary Blair's hand and created a national uproar, produced by the Provincetown Playhouse, New York, 1931 ; when Eugene O'Neill's 'All God's Chillun Got Wings' opened in...
    • Eugene O'Neill

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    • Eugene O'Neill aged rapidly during his last years, but age is not in evidence in this skillfully lighted photographic portrait by Ben Binchot, ca. 1940
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. Mary Jeffrey, Sidney Macy, Erville Alderson, Robert Kelly, and Richard Bennett in a scene around the family dining...
    • Long Voyage Home

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    • The Provincetown Players was a nonprofit theatre company started in Provincetown, Massachusetts on Cape Cod. The first modern theater devoted to producing original works by American playwrights, the company's founding has been called 'the most...
    • Strange Interlude

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    • O'Neill's Strange Interlude, produced by the Theatre Guild in 1928. Nina Leeds Evans (Lynn Fontanne) has a child by a man other than her husband because of the threat of inherited insanity. Here, she is dismayed at the hatred her son Gordon...
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. Setting for Act I, scene 1
    • All God's Chillun Got Wings

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    • Scene from the play produced by the Provincetown Playhouse, New York, 1924 ; when Eugene O'Neill's 'All God's Chillun Got Wings' opened in 1924, this play about an interracial marriage inspired angry reactions, generating, as The Brooklyn Daily...
    • Mourning Becomes Electra

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    • Robert Edmond Jones designed the set for O'Neill's transformation of Greek legend into American tragedy. As this watercolor drawing indicates, Jones evoked the spirit of classicism with tall, white columns and broad steps but managed to convey by...
    • Strange Interlude

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    • O'Neill's Strange Interlude, produced by the Theatre Guild in 1928. Left to right are Glenn Anders, Lynn Fontanne, Tom Powers and Earle Larimore. Nina Leeds Evans (Lynn Fontanne) has a child by a man other than her husband because of the threat of...
    • Beyond the Horizon

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    • Because the star Richard Bennett took an interest, Beyond the Horizon was Eugene O'Neill's first play to reach Broadway, in 1920. In this scene of family conflict, Mary Jeffery as Mrs. Mayo, tries to restrain her husband, played by Erville...
    • Fountain, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones' set design for MacGowan, Jones and O'Neill's production. Part II, Scene V, The Torture of Nano
    • Emperor Jones

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    • Paul Robeson as Brutus Jones. The Emperor Jones is a 1920 play by American dramatist Eugene O'Neill which tells the tale of Brutus Jones, an African-American man who kills a man, goes to prison, escapes to a Caribbean island, and sets himself up as...
    • Emperor Jones

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    • Charles S. Gilpin as Emperor Jones in one of the first racially integrated casts in American theater history. The Emperor Jones is a 1920 play by American dramatist Eugene O'Neill which tells the tale of Brutus Jones, an African-American man who...
    • In the Zone

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    • One-act play ; the seaman's forecastle of the British tramp steamer Glencairn ; suspicious of the movements of one of the men, Smitty, the 'Duke' (it is 1915 and the ship, laden with ammunition, is in the war zone), his comrades tie him up and...
    • Count of Monte Christo

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    • Duel scene with James O'Neill as Edmund Dantes, one of the leading exponent of overblown, emotional acting ; O'Neill's interpretation of the part caused a sensation with the theater-going public . He went on to play this role over 6000 times

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