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April 2020

$25

The “Lost Plays” Set 1

April 3rd - April 5th
Museum of the San Ramon Valley - 205 Railroad Ave, Danville, CA+ Google Map

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…

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August 2020

The “Lost Plays” Set 2

August 28th - August 30th
Museum of the San Ramon Valley - 205 Railroad Ave, Danville, CA+ Google Map

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…

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September 2020

“A Moon For The Misbegotten”

September 4 - 8:00 pm

Our featured production for the 2020 Eugene O'Neill Festival this September will be O'Neill's  A Moon For the Misbegotten. The Long Road Home Eugene O'Neill's quest to become a playwright started as a young man recovering from a life-threatening illness and ended at the top of a winding and hilly road in Danville, California. Tao House, the "final home and harbor" nestled in the Danville hills,  is where O'Neill wrote his most celebrated and deeply personal plays. In 2020, the Eugene…

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