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Eugene O'Neill brings for us a beautiful play titled A Moon for the Misbegotten. It takes us back in 1923 - month is September. The script revolves around three characters: Josie, a dictatorial Irish woman with a sharp tongue and a poor reputation, her devious father, tenant farmer Phil Hogan, and James Tyrone Jr., Hogan's landlord and drinking mate, a sarcastic drunkard haunted by the death of his mother.
Jokingly, during their drinking session, Tyrone threatens to sell his land and evict Hogan, which impels the latter to set up a plan by using his daughter as his bait to get the big fish, Tyrone. The play can be considered as a prelude to Long Day's Journey into Night., with Jim Tyrone being an older version of Jamie Tyrone and both are based on Eugene O'Neill's older brother, Jamie O'Neill.
The play begins with Mike's - the last of Hogan's three sons, departure from the farm and ends with Jim Tyrone's exit from the farm, in order to die soon of alcoholic complications.
The world premiere of A Moon for the Misbegotten was held at the Harman Theatre in Columbus, Ohio in 1947. It has been produced four times on Broadway. The original production opened on May 2, 1957 at the Bijou Theatre (demolished), where it held 68 performances. The cast included Cyril Cusack, Franchot Tone, and Wendy Hiller.
After four previews, the first revival, directed by Jose Quintero, opened on December 29, 1973 at the Morosco Theatre, where it held 313 performances. The cast included Colleen Dewhurst, Jason Robards, and Ed Flanders. Two years later, the cast reprised their roles in a Quintero-directed production for television, which garnered five Emmy Award nominations; Flanders alone won.After nineteen previews, the second revival, directed by David Leveaux, opened on May 1, 1984 at the Cort Theatre, where 40 performances were held with a cast of Ian Bannen, Jerome Kilty, and Kate Nelligan. After fifteen previews, Daniel Sullivan directed the third revival, which opened on March 19, 2000 at the Walter Kerr Theatre, having arranged 120 performances. The cast included Gabriel Byrne, Roy Dotrice, and Cherry Jones. Previews for the fourth revival began on March 29, 2007 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre starring Kevin Spacey. It also featured: Eve Best, Billy Carter, Colm Meaney, Eugene O'Hare, and Kevin Spacey. This is a limited run, scheduled to close on June 10.