All The Drama: “Strange Interlude” by Eugene O’Neill, 1928 Pulitzer Prize Winner


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: “Strange Interlude”
1928 Pulitzer winner “Next to Normal”, by Eugene O’Neill

“Strange Interlude” Wikipedia page

Eugene O’Neill Wikipedia page

Strange Interlude script:

The Eugene O’Neill Society

Eugene O’Neill Meetup: Drama, Self-Understanding, and Fun

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

original review by J. Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times

Critic at Large; A Theatergoer’s Impressions on Seeing ‘Strange Interlude’ After 35 Years” by Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times

“Review: Shakespeare Theatre’s ‘Strange Interlude’” by Peter Marks, The Washington Post

“A Eugene O’Neill Marathon: 1 Actor, 1 Script, 5 Hours” by Alexis Soloskil The New York Times

“Review: 1 Actor, in 8 Roles, Wrestles Nuance From Eugene O’Neill’s ‘Strange Interlude’” by Laura Collins-Hughes, The New York Times

Strange Interlude movie, 1932

Excerpt off Glenda Jackson’s 1988 performance in Strange Interlude

Groucho Marx’s parody: Pardon Me While I Have a Strange Interlude

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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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