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Days Without End

Days Without End

by Eugene O’Neill

John Loving’s life is in crisis and he is trying to cope with it through the act of writing a book about it. The end of the story is the battleground over which the multiple sides of his personality fight. Days Without End is a fascinating look at the parallel emotional crises of an artist and his life and the interaction and blurring of the lines between. Known as O’Neill’s final theatrical experiment, Days features two actors playing one man simultaneously throughout the play. This is a rare chance to see a play lost to time that touches on the timely topic of creating and controlling one’s narrative.


Saturday, January 6th at 8pm
Sunday, January 7th at 2pm SOLD OUT!
at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, 205 Railroad Ave., Danville.

For tickets ($25) to this staged reading, click HERE



Actor Biographies


CHAD DEVERMAN (John Loving) has been performing in the Bay Area for over ten years, working with such companies as ACT, TheatreWorks, Word for Word (French Tour), San Francisco Playhouse, California Shakespeare Theater, and San Jose Repertory. Film and television projects include the independent films The Delivery Man, Men of the Tree, Curves, and a recurring role on NBC’s Trauma. Mr. Deverman also had a hand in the creation and development of the O’Neill Studio Retreat, the summer master class for advanced teenage actors and playwrights hosted by the O’Neill Foundation at the Tao House.


TEDDY SPENCER (John Loving) is thrilled to return to EONF, where he was last seen in readings of Terra Nova and Beyond the Horizon. Spencer’s regional credits include Hamlet at American Conservatory Theatre; The Liar, and A Christmas Carol at Center RE, Cabaret, and Henry IV at Dallas Theater Center; Assassins, and Clybourne Park at Milwaukee Repertory Theater; As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, and Romeo & Juliet at Marin Shakespeare Company; 4000 Miles at Capital Stage Company; Sense & Sensibility at Sacramento Theater Company; and Macbeth and Othello with the Arabian Shakespeare Festival. As a member of the Reduced Shakespeare Company, he has performed throughout the world.  His on-camera work includes Workaholics (Comedy Central), Studio City Kings (Wonk Inc), and Steve Jobs (Universal Pictures). He holds an MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University, and is a Company Member with the Arabian Shakespeare Festival and SF PlayGround.


ELENA WRIGHT (Elsa Loving) is an Oakland actor, director, and fight choreographer. Her work has been seen at Marin Shakespeare, TheatreWorks, Central Works, Pacific Repertory Theatre, California Shakespeare Theatre, Capital Stage, Marin Theatre Company, Symmetry Theatre, Shotgun Players, Seattle Shakespeare, and B Street Theatre, among others. Film credits include The Secret Life of a Hotel Room, Value Over Replacement, and By Chance. She just returned from Mexico where she performed in a bilingual production of The Language Archive. She received her B.S. Northeastern University, and M.F.A. in acting from the University of Washington.


DANIELLE LEVIN (Lucy Hillman) is happy to join the Eugene O’Neil crew again after appearing in Rita Creighton Smith’s The Rescue last spring. She has performed in theaters around the Bay Area including Marin Theatre Company, Shotgun Players, Aurora Theatre Company, Center REPertory Company, Crowded Fire, Just Theater, San Francisco Playhouse, TheatreWorks, and Word for Word. Danielle is an Associate Artist with Symmetry Theatre Company and will be part of a bilingual version of Julia Cho’s The Language Archive in March, which is a remounted production that began in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and includes a cast of actors from the Bay Area and Mexico. More details at


AARON WILTON (William Eliot) is elated to be working with EONF again!  Local Credits:  San Jose Rep, Aurora Theatre Company, San Jose Stage Company, Pacific Rep, Theatre Rhinoceros, Sacramento Theatre Company, Capital Stage, Cinnabar, Jewel Theatre, B Street, Brava Theater, Shakespeare Napa Valley and PlayGround.  Regional: George Street Playhouse (w/ Oscar nom. Amy Irving & Emmy nom. Peter Scolari), Hudson Stage Company, Shakespeare in the Wild, The Beckmann Theater, Curan Repertory Company and Greenwich Street Theatre, where his co-created show Happy Mundanes performed at the New York City Fringe Festival.  He has numerous Film, TV and video game credits  (including voices on the new Watch Dogs 2) and has done commercials with Blue Shield, Chase, Taco Bell, Charles Schwab, Wells Fargo, Cisco, Adobe and Xfinity.  He has won a Shellie and been nominated for a Perry, a TBA and three BroadwayWorld SF awards.  Proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
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JESSE CALDWELL (Father Matthew Baird) recently appeared as Deputy Governor Danforth in Lucky Penny Productions’ staging of The Crucible.  This past summer he played Claudius in SF Shakespeare Co.’s Hamlet.  Jesse has worked with many other Bay Area theatres including A.C.T., TheatreWorks, CenterREP; 42nd Street Moon, Shotgun Players, TheatreFirst, Woodminster, Livermore Shakespeare Festival, Playground, and Crowded Fire. He holds a B.A. from Tufts University, an M.F.A. from Stanford, and a J.D. from the University of Georgia. Jesse is proud member of Actors Equity Association.