“LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT”
by Eugene O’Neill
February 12, 2022
1:30 p.m. Pacific Time
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THE TONY AWARD® WINNERS continues February 12, 2022 with a staged reading of Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece, “Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” presented by Interact Theatre Company for Los Angeles Public Library’s L.A. Made cultural enrichment series LIVE at North Hollywood Amelia Earhart Regional Library and streaming on BroadwayOnDemand.com. Directed by Oliver Muirhead. Barry Heins, ITC Artistic Director, and series producer.
Whether you choose to attend in person or watch the performances online, reservations are required, and tickets are limited. Performances are free and may be viewed either in-person or online (broadcast via BroadwayOnDemand.com). Email now to secure your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide your name, the performance you wish to attend, and tell us if you wish to attend in-person or online. You will receive a confirmation email with further details. In-person guests must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.
Los Angeles Public Library’s “L.A. MADE” cultural enrichment program brings Interact Theatre Company back for another exciting staged reading series, taking place at the North Hollywood Amelia Earhart Regional Library on the second Saturday of each month, January through June, 2022!
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