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Audiences first heard Greta Garbo's voice in the film version of Eugene O'Neill s Pulitzer Prize winning classic which takes us back to the East Coast of America in 1910. This powerful drama deals with the relationship between an old Swedish sailor and his only daughter Anna. She has come to live with him to try and escape her hard and degrading past and soon attracts the attention of an Irish sailor who wants to marry her against her father s wishes. Influenced by the young writers own experiences at sea, O'Neill s gritty play is beautifully detailed and thronging with characters from the waterfront low-life.Performers Ruth Wilson (Anna Christie), Jude Law (Mat Burke), Jenny Galloway (Marthy Owens), David Hayman (Chris Christopherson), Paul Brightwell, Robert Lonsdale, Henry Pettigrew, Michael Walters, Matt Wilman.
Author Eugene O'Neill. Producer Donmar Warehouse. Director Rob Ashford. Design Paul Wills. Music Adam Cork. Sound Mark Cork.
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