"2, 4, 6, 8 – who do we assassinate?"
An Alpha Psi Omega Fraternity Student Production. A musical spoof of the 1920’s.
The events of the play occur in the space of one day in the summer of 1912, but in that short space is achieved the loosing of all the specters that haunted his own family and those which exist in any unhappy family situation. O’Neill’s problems were grimmer than most people’s, but he has been acclaimed for raising them to the level of great tragedy in this play.
A satiric comment on the American Myth.
Children’s Theatre. "We would not speak or smile at the different one. Our silence was worse than one hundred harpoons". "Someone will always tell the story of Anou, the fair one."