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A Moon for the Misbegotten

August 5 - August 23 Main Stage
2015 Season

By Eugene O’Neill
Directed by Gordon Edelstein

Six-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald and Tony Award-nominee Will Swenson take the stage in Nobel laureate Eugene O’Neill’s final masterpiece. When Phil Hogan, a salty tenant farmer, fears he will lose his property, his daughter Josie (McDonald), lures their dissolute landlord, Jamie Tyrone (Swenson), into bed one summer night. Under the glow of the moon, truth comes into focus for... Read More

The Blue Deep

June 27 - July 8 Nikos Stage
2012 Season

Author: Boyle, Lucy
Director: Balaban, Bob
Though only in her twenties, Lila Miller is stuck, while her mother, Grace, is perpetually in motion. When Lila returns home to her family's exquisite Hamptons house and garden with only a plastic bag and a broken heart, there's no nurturing to be found, except as pertains to horticulture. The same painful history that threatens to drive mother and daughter... Read More

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August 13 - August 24 Main Stage
2008 Season

Author: Storey, David
Director: Hardy, Joseph
Two-time Tony award-winner Joseph Hardy directs.

Flea In Her Ear, A

July 30 - August 10 Main Stage
2008 Season

Author: Ives, David
Director: Rando, John
Tony award-winning director John Rando makes his Festival debut.

The Autumn Garden

August 15 - August 26 Main Stage
2007 Season

Author: Hellman, Lillian
Director: Jones, David
America's foremost woman playwright, Lillian Hellman, believed THE AUTUMN GARDEN to be her best play. The setting is a summer resort on the Gulf of Mexico in 1949. Seven friends confronting middle age assess the choices they have made and are about to make. The work is compassionate, savagely funny and perhaps Hellman's most perceptive comment on the difficulties of... Read More

Sweet Bird of Youth

July 19 - July 30 Main Stage
2006 Season

Author: Williams, Tennessee
Director: Jones, David
"Relentless caper for all those who step / The legend of their youth into the noon." With this quote from his spiritual and literary mentor, Hart Crane, Tennessee Williams began his last great lyric play. A movie star who's seen better days, Alexandra Del Lago (travelling incognito as "Princess") occupies a hotel room with a young man, Chance Wayne. chance... Read More

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