The characters of Eugene O’Neill’s plays come to life in this series of short films celebrating the words of O’Neill, the history of Tao House, and the natural beauty of the surrounding Las Trampas wilderness. Eugene O’Neill and his imagination lived at Tao House from 1937-1944. O’Neill’s characters sprang from his imagination, so his characters lived with him at Tao House as well. Maybe they never left…
Although we have canceled live productions this year, we invite you to enjoy some short video clips of who we are and what we do! Click HERE for our productions of The Lost Plays. Watch our presentations of The Web, Recklessness and Abortion on YouTube.
Many of our Lost Plays actors have performed at Tao House and describe it as something special. Find out HERE what makes this experience unique.
Artistic Director Eric Fraisher Hayes gives us a look at our videotaped productions of O’Neill’s Lost Plays. —The Web, Abortion, and Recklessness
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Find out what’s going on with our partner, the Eugene O’Neill Society, HERE
Visiting the National Historic Site:
In support of the Contra Costa County Health Services requirement, limited tours at Eugene O’Neill NHS are available to the public, and the site remains accessible through the EBRPD’s Las Trampas Regional Wilderness. More information at www.nps.gov/euon or call (925) 288-8860.
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