Eugene O'Neill

Eugene O'Neill was the first American dramatist to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, and at the time of his death in 1951 had written over twenty plays.

Eugene O’Neill’s epic Pulitzer Prize-winning play about love and forgiveness.
A true modern classic from one of the twentieth century's most significant writers.
A controversial work of extraordinary power, remarkable length (9 acts), and use of asides to express the characters'...
An affectionate and witty comedy of recollection from one of the twentieth century's most significant writers. A fami...
A trilogy of full-length plays relocating Aeschylus' Oresteia to New England in 1865, just after the end of...
The last work from one of the twentieth century's most significant writers, continuing the semi-autobiographical cycl...
This is the sole completed play in an ambitious cycle planned to span several generations of one American family, tra...
An ominous play set in a cruel world of dark realism, an acknowledged masterpiece from one of the twentieth century's...
An expressionistic chronicle of a black dictator's flight from his oppressed subjects.
A story of greed, yearning and murder with incest and infanticide, and edged with echoes of Ancient Greek tragedy wit...
A demonstration of O'Neill's expressionistic experimentation with masks to emphasise the distinction between characte...
A nightmarish condemnation of the dehumanising effects of industrialisation on the American people.
An expressionist play about a violently dysfunctional mixed-race marriage, inspired by an old Negro spiritual.