Patricia Clarkson-Led Long Day's Journey Into Night Begins in London March 19 | Playbill

London News Patricia Clarkson-Led Long Day's Journey Into Night Begins in London March 19

Jeremy Herrin is directing the new production of the Eugene O'Neill play, also starring Brian Cox.

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A new West End revival of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night begins at Wyndham's Theatre March 19 ahead of an April 2 opening night. The limited engagement is scheduled to continue through June 8.

Emmy and Golden Globe winner Patricia Clarkson is leading the company as Mary Tyrone, along with Brian Cox as James Tyrone, Laurie Knaston as Edmund Tyrone, Daryl McCormack as James Tyrone, Jr., and Louisa Harland as Cathleen. Rounding out the company are understudies Paul Easom, Nicholas Macevilly, and Tom Mahy. Casting is by Jessica Ronane.

Jeremy Herrin is directing the new production, which features design by Lizzie Clachan, lighting design by Jack Knowles, sound design by Tom Gibbons, and movement direction by Polly Bennett. Wigs, hair, and makeup are by Kim Kasim.

O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning play chronicles a day in the life of a dysfunctional family: the Tyrones. Widely considered to be O'Neill's magnum opus, the play is closely based on his own family and experiences growing up, and was published posthumously in 1956.

The production will offer a total of 50 tickets at £25 for every performance, in addition to regularly priced tickets.

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