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Long Day’s Journey Into Night opening night!

Tao House, Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site
1000 Kuss Road
Danville, CA
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Audiences and visitors cannot drive directly to the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site (The Old Barn, Tao House). Performance audiences must meet a Park Service shuttle at the Museum of San Ramon Valley on show day. Students attending Student Days or Studio Retreat must meet the shuttle at either the Walnut Creek BART or the Park and Ride at Sycamore Valley. Read our FAQ for attending performances at the Site and the National Park Service site HERE
Saturday, Sep. 14 - 7:30pm

September 14th | 7:30pm

By Eugene O’Neill      

Directed by Eric Fraisher Hayes 

 Presented by the Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House

Old Barn, Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, Danville     

A son’s looming health diagnosis and a mother’s drug addiction hang over the Tyrone family. The four wounded Tyrones confront the powerful and contradictory feelings they have for each other. 

Long Day’s Journey Into Night is considered by many to be the greatest American tragedy ever written. 

Purchase gourmet picnics, available before all performances. Catch National Park Service shuttles starting at 5:30 pm for evening shows or 12:00 pm for matinées.

Sept. 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28      7:30 pm

Matinées: Sept. 15, 22 and 29     2:00 pm


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