What Do Critics Think of David Greenspan’s Solo Strange Interlude?

The Verdict   What Do Critics Think of David Greenspan’s Solo Strange Interlude?
The actor performs Eugene O’Neill’s epic play in its entirety with two intermissions and a meal break.
David Greenspan in The Transport Group&#39;s <i>Strange Interlude</i>
David Greenspan in The Transport Group's Strange Interlude Carol Rosegg

The Transport Group celebrated the opening of Strange Interlude October 21. The unique production sees Eugene O’Neill’s epic, six-hour drama performed entirely by David Greenspan.

Greenspan, who has worked as an acclaimed solo artist in the past, performs the play in its entirety—including two 15-minute intermissions and a 30-minute meal break between parts one and two.

The solo staging of O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play began performances Off-Broadway October 6 at the Irondale Theater Center in Brooklyn. Jack Cummings III directs a run scheduled through November 18.

Read reviews for the production. Playbill will continue to update with reviews as they are published.

The New York Times (Laura Collins-Hughes)

Time Out New York (Helen Shaw)

In Strange Interlude, a professor’s daughter, grieving the loss of her fiancé in the war, embarks on a series of love affairs and into an unhappy marriage. The play debuted on Broadway in 1927 and was revived in 1962 and again in 1984.

To purchase tickets and for more information, visit TransportGroup.org.


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