Enjoy free theater on Sunday in the Old Barn at Tao House at the Student Playwright Theater, original 10-minute plays written and performed by students of the O'Neill Studio Retreat that just concluded.
Each summer the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, Tao House, in cooperation with the National Park Service, provides aspiring young playwrights and actors the opportunity to work at Tao House with professionals in the development and presentation of new plays.
Playwright Ignacio Zulueta worked all week with the young writers to development new create new, insightful and exciting plays, while actor Chad Deverman has been working with the young acting troupe members to develop their skill at digging deep and being the character.
The free performance begins at 2 p.m., Sunday, June 14, in the Old Barn, Tao House Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site located in the hills of Danville. It was here that O'Neill wrote his last and greatest works: "The Iceman Cometh," "Hughie," "A touch of the poet," "More Stately Mansions," "A Long Day's Journey Into Night," "and A Moon for the Misbegotten."
Transportation to Tao House is provided by the National Park service. Reservations for the shuttle service can be made by calling the Eugene O'Neill Foundation at 820-1818, email email@example.com, or reserve directly with the link below. Arrive early to walk the grounds and enjoy the beauty of O'Neill's sanctuary and "final harbor", Tao House.