All the Drama: 1922 Pulitzer Prize Winner “Anna Christie” by Eugene O’Neill

All The Drama is hosted by Jan Simpson. It is a series of deep dives into the plays that have won The Pulitzer Prize for Drama.


The Pulitzer Prize for Drama: “Anna Christie”
1922 Pulitzer winner “Anna Christie” by Eugene O’Neill

“Anna Christie” Wikipedia page

Eugene O’Neill Wikipedia page

“Anna Christie” script

Alexander Wolcott’s 1922 review

O’Neill’s letter to the Times about the ending

“The Rise of Eugene O’Neill” by Kenneth McGowan, Vanity Fair; October 1923

“Vows, Veils, and Masks: The Performance of Marriage in the Plays of Eugene O’Neill” by Beth Wynestra (coming out in July)

The Eugene O’Neill Foundation

“The Theatre: Singing Anna Christie; ‘New Girl in Town’” by Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times

“Theater: Liv Ullmann’s ‘Anna Christie’” by Clive Barnes, The New York Times

“Review/Theater; A Fierce View of Tragic Lives” by Frank Rich, The New York Times

Eugene O’Neill: A Life in Four Acts by Robert M. Dowling

the 1930 movie on YouTube

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Jan Simpson is a theater journalist who writes the blog Broadway& Me and hosts the BroadwayRadio podcasts Stagecraft and All The Drama. She has twice served as a Pulitzer Prize juror.

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