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The “Lost Plays” Set 1

By Eugene O'Neill

Museum of the San Ramon Valley
205 Railroad Ave
Danville, CA
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Saturday, Apr. 4 - 8:00pm
Sunday, Apr. 5 - 2:00pm

Directed by Eric Fraisher Hayes

April 4th - April 5th

The Lost Plays

In 1950, a collection of little-known and unknown plays was published under the title Ten “Lost” Plays. These early Eugene O’Neill one-act plays had either been completely overshadowed by later successes or were thought to have been destroyed. The plays demonstrate a young writer’s efforts to find his artistic voice. Influenced by adventure writers like Jack London and Joseph Conrad, these short works are steeped in a gritty, hazardous world where life and death struggles and ironic fate dominate the action and the outcomes.

The Lost Plays (Part I)

The Web, Abortion and Recklessness
By Eugene O’Neill
April 4 and 5

Museum of the San Ramon Valley

Tickets HERE

The Lost Plays (Part II)

Fog, The Sniper, A Wife for a Life and The Movie Man
By Eugene O’Neill
August 29 and 30
Museum of the San Ramon Valley
Tickets will be available for August performance later in the year. Check back here!