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VenueOld Vic Theatre
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From15th September 2006
Opened26th September 2006
To23rd December 2006
PricesFrom £10.00. To £45.00.
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A Moon for the Misbegotten

A Moon for the MisbegottenT774875621
Set in 1923 Connecticut, the play explores the tormented and alcoholic James Tyrone, who finds solace one moonlit night in the healing arms of the shy, virginal Josie Hogan. Possessed by the memory of his dead mother and guilt ridden by his own blasphemous behaviour, the doomed Tyrone is the only man Josie will ever really know.
Author Eugene O'Neill

Archive :: production:T774875621, play:S2030093300, venue:V402

Production details


Corporate Sponsor Morgan Stanley
Producer Elliot Martin
Producer Nica Burns
Producer Max Weitzenhoffer
Producer Elliot Martin
Producer Nica Burns
Producer Max Weitzenhoffer
Director Howard Davies
Design Bob Crowley
Lighting Paule Constable
Sound Christopher Shutt
Music Dominic Muldowney
Performer Kevin Spacey (James Tyrone)
Performer Eve Best (Josie)
Performer Colm Meaney (Phil Hogan)
Performer Billy Carter (T. Stedman Harder)
Performer Eugene O'Hare (Mike Hogan)

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