New York City
Eugene O’Neill began working on A Moon for the Misbegotten shortly after he finished Long Day’s Journey into Night. The play reintroduces the character of James Tyrone, the failed alcoholic actor, and focuses on his tenant neighbors, a scheming father and his daughter Josie. Josie’s rough appearance, salty tongue and tarnished reputation make her an unlikely candidate to find love — until her plan to swindle Tyrone goes awry and suddenly, over the course of one moonlit night, opens her up to the possibility of love.
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