In this four-time Tony Award-winning play, two lonely hearts meet on a moonlit night in 1920's Connecticut and learn about each another's past — while also charting a course for the future. "A Moon for the Misbegotten" is the last play written by America's only Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill, and has been produced all over the world to great acclaim. It's often cited as the sequel to O'Neill's "A Long Day's Journey into Night." Geva Theatre Center is producing the show in association with the 200-year-old Theatre Royal in Waterford, Ireland, Rochester's international sister city. Theatre Royal's artistic director (and former Abbey Theatre artistic director) Ben Barnes directs an international (Irish and American) cast in this production.
"Moon for the Misbegotten" runs through April 24 and plays each day (except for Monday) at 75 Woodbury Boulevard. Tickets start at $49 (student rush available). Purchase online at gevatheatre.org or by calling 232-4382.