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1997 Chicago Citizen Theatre Review by Lawrence Dunn of the Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago's multiracial cast revival of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night.

1997 Chicago Citizen Theatre Review by Lawrence Dunn of The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago's multiracial cast revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night" directed by Darryl Maximilian Robinson and presented at The Heartland Cafe Studio Theatre in The Windy City.

1997 Chicago Skyline Theatre Review by Beverly Friend of The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago's muliracial cast revival of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night.

1997 Chicago Skyline Theatre Review by Beverly Friend of the Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago's multiracial cast revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night" directed by Darryl Maximilian Robinson and presented at The Heartland Cafe Studio Theatre in The Windy City.

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A copy of Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Acting Company Member Ian Vogt's 1998 Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award Nomination for Outstanding Actor In A Supporting Role In A Play for his performance as Edmund Tyrone in O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night."

Long Day's Script Cover.

The script of the great American playwright Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night" featuring a photo of the famed author on the cover.

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Director Darryl Maximilian Robinson has had the honor of staging two multiracial cast revivals of Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama "Long Day's Journey Into Night" during his theatre career. The first was in 1993 as an Excaliber Productions, Ltd. staging at Cummel's Cafe in St. Louis which featured Mr. Robinson as James Tyrone, Sr., Suzzette Sutton ( in a truly wonderful performance ) as Mary Tyrone, William Rapp, Jr. ( a fine young actor ) as James Tyrone, Jr., and talented young actors Ben Wright as Edmund Tyrone and Amy Mohme as the second girl, Cathleen. Director Robinson's second staging occurred in 1997 as a revival by The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago at The Heartland Cafe Studio Theatre in The Windy City. Mr. Robinson staged the work and played the role of James, Sr. with a highly gifted cast which included Danielle Gordon as Mary, Steven Young as James, Jr. Ian Vogt as Edmund and Joslyn Housley as Cathleen. Mr. Vogt's performance as Edmund was so outstanding that he was both nominated for, and won, a 1998 Chicago Joseph Jefferson Citation Award as Outstanding Actor In A Supporting Role In A Play!

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Long Day's Journey Into Night is the story of a day in the life of a loving but dysfunctional Irish-American family as it is torn apart by addiction, resentment, and regret. It is also Eugene O'Neill's most autobiographical play, hence his insistence that it not be published until after his death. Winner of the 1957 Pulitzer Prize.


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