By Eugene O'Neill
March 6 - March 27, 2005
O'Neill's touching and comedic drama is an American masterpiece that I'm eager to share with you. A young man returns to his Connecticut farm, his sins in tow. His tenants, a strong-willed woman and her hard drinking father, scheme to hold onto their land by playing on his attraction to the daughter. But under the light of one night's glorious moon, two people build a fragile bond, searching for solace and hoping for redemption. I know you'll enjoy the power, pathos and unexpected humor in this richly rewarding drama by the only American playwright to win the Nobel Prize.