The Pulitzer-Prize winning play by
David Greenspan (and only David Greenspan)
Kristina Corcoran Williams
and Dane Laffrey
Jack Cummings III
October 6th -November 18th 2017
Performance Schedule: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday @ 5pm and Thursdays in November @ 5pm.
Running Time: 6 hours, includes two 15-minute intermissions and a dinner break. Dinner catered by Greene Grape Provisions is included with most ticket options.
Performances at Irondale Theater Center, 85 South Oxford Street (Brooklyn, NY)
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Transport Group’s radical revival reunites David Greenspan, dramaturg Kristina Corcoran Williams, and director Jack Cummings III in an almost preposterous feat, as these three artists conceive Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize-winning nine act, six-hour play Strange Interlude into a solo performance.
Nina Leeds’ life crumbles when her true love is killed in World War I. Flitting from one man to the next until she settles for a life she never wanted, stalked by the fantasy of the happiness she never shared with her late fiance. This saga from 1928 follows the lives of eight characters over the course of a half century. Transport Group’s production will incorporate the fragmented identities of each of these characters, and their colliding inner and outer lives over an entire lifetime, into a single performer, and turn one of O’Neill’s most ambitious works into an astounding theatrical event.
This piece represents the 1920s in Transport Group's on-going production cycle, The 20th Century Project.
VIP Reserved Admission (Dinner Included) includes seating reserved by the box office for you in the best locations, dinner catered by Greene Grape Provisions, and a complimentary serving of red or white wine.
General Admission (Dinner Included) includes general admission seating and dinner catered by Greene Grape Provisions. Beer and wine is available for purchase at the theatre.
General Admission (No Dinner) includes general admission seating only. Dinner is not included with this ticket, it is strongly encouraged that you bring dinner with you as the dinner break does not allow time to leave the theatre to buy dinner. Snacks, beer and wine will be available for purchase at the theatre.
Irondale Theater Center is an historic building that does not have an elevator. We regret that this production is not wheelchair accessible.