Strange Interlude

Play
A professor's daughter, haunted by the loss of her fiancé in World War I, embarks on a series of affairs and a placid marriage, becoming a mother under murky circumstances and ignoring the novelist who truly loves her. She and other characters in Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning play communicate their private thoughts to the audience.
  • Playwright: Eugene O'Neill
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Awards

Tony Award
1963 Producer of a Play Nominee