by Eugene O'Neill

FEBRUARY 14 – MARCH 3, 2019

Welcome to New London, Connecticut, on the 4th of July in 1906.  Nat Miller is the town newspaperman, and his 16-year-old son, Richard, has an affinity for poetry and philosophy that sometimes gets him in trouble.  Forbidden to court his neighbor Muriel by the girl's father, Richard goes on a bender that forces him to learn the lesson of his youthful indiscretions the hard way.  O'Neill's only well-known comedy is a nostalgic coming-of-age story that gives us a backward glimpse into middle-class family life in turn-of the-century America.


Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 8:00pm


Fridays at 8:00pm - February 15, 22 & March 1

Saturdays at 8:00pm - February 16, 23 & March 2

Saturday at 2:00pm - March 2

Sundays at 2:00pm - February 17, 24 & March 3


Director - Sharon Robinson

Scenic Designer - Liliana Duque-Pineiro

Lighting designer - Allen Willner

Costume Designer - Christine U'ren

Sound Designer - Teddy Hulsker

Stage Manager - Christian Tanton