LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

a drama by Eugene O'Neill
Directed by Scott Edmiston
Charles Mosesian Theater
APR 1 - 22/2012

Join New Rep as we explore this 1957 Pulitzer Prize-winning classic by one of America’s most renowned playwrights, Eugene O’Neill. This semi-autobiographical masterpiece intimately examines the addictions, regrets, and deceits of the tormented Tyrone family. Through the course of a heart-wrenching day, the members of the family confront one another as their blame, resentment, and animosity explodes. Don’t miss the talented Will Lyman and Karen MacDonald joining forces to deliver new powerful performances in this American masterpiece.

One of the marvels of Long Day’s Journey—and one reason it so often seems newly born with every revival—is it can accommodate shifts in its center of emotional gravity.
THE NEW YORK TIMES

Photo: Lewis D. Wheeler, Karen MacDonald, Will Lyman, and Nicholas Dillenburg. Photo by Andrew Brilliant/Brilliant Pictures

Running Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes, including a fifteen-minute intermission.
Lewis D. Wheeler*

Jamie Tyrone

Lewis D. Wheeler*

Jamie Tyrone

LEWIS D. WHEELER* is currently in the cast of Ideation and has previously appeared at New Rep in The Gift Horse, Muckrakers, Pattern of Life, Rancho Mirage, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Silence, and a touring production of Cyrano. Recent credits include Finish Line (Boston Theater Company); Hand to God (SpeakEasy Stage Company); and Uncanny Valley (Stoneham Theatre). Regional credits include No Man’s Land (American Repertory Theater); Richard II (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Blood on the Snow (Bostonian Society); A Number and The Glass Menagerie (Lyric Stage Company); Doubt and An Ideal Husband (Gloucester Stage Company); and five seasons with Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre. Also American Stage (FL), Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Nora Theatre Company, Underground Railway Theater, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Vineyard Playhouse, Publick Theatre, Cape Rep, Shakespeare Now, Wellesley Repertory Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre. Lewis was a founding member of Harbor Stage in Wellfleet, where he performed in The Seagull and Hedda Gabler and directed David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones. Film and television credits include Manchester by the Sea, Live by Night, Black Mass, The Company Men, Pink Panther 2, Louisa May Alcott (PBS), Brotherhood. Lewis earned his BA in Theatre and Film Studies at Cornell University and his MFA from the American Film Institute. He resides in Boston and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity since 2004. He appears next in To Kill a Mockingbird as Atticus at Gloucester Stage and in Shakespeare in Love at SpeakEasy Stage.

Creative Team
Dewey Dellay, Sound Designer & Composer
Dewey Dellay

Sound Designer & Composer

DEWEY DELLAY (Sound Designer & Composer) has composed and designed The Gift Horse, Thurgood, The Testament of Mary, The Whipping Man, Rancho Mirage, and Long Day’s Journey into Night at New Rep. Other credits include Duet (Greenwich Street Theatre, Off Broadway); and The Countess (Criterion, London’s West End). Other regional credits include Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Lyric Stage Company); Photograph 51 (IRNE nomination Best Sound Design, Nora Theatre Company); When January Feels Like Summer (Underground Railway Theater). He has received an Elliot Norton award for Outstanding Design and an IRNE for Best Sound Design. Television credits include original music for Emmy nominated National Geographic’s China’s Mystery Mummies, Discovery Channel’s Miami Jail, and five seasons of the show Our America with Lisa Ling for the OWN Channel. He presently is contributing music to This is Life with Lisa Ling on CNN.

*member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
***member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829