A Moon for the Misbegotten

Drama - Revival

Morosco Theatre

Data not verified
  • First Preview: December 26, 1973
  • Opening Date: December 29, 1973
  • Closing Date: November 17, 1974
  • Previews: 4
  • Performances: 313

Playwright: Eugene O'Neill

Synopsis

Set in a dilapidated Connecticut farmhouse in 1923, this American classic centers on Josie, a towering Irish woman with a quick tongue and a ruined reputation; her conniving father, Phil Hogan; and Jim Tyrone, Hogan's landlord and drinking companion, a cynical alcoholic haunted by the death of his mother.

 

Opening Night Cast

Colleen Dewhurst Josie Hogan
Jason Robards, Jr. in A Moon for the Misbegotten Jason Robards, Jr. James Tyrone, Jr.
Ed Flanders Phil Hogan
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Opening Night Production Credits

Eugene O'Neill Eugene O'Neill Writer
  José Quintero Director
  Ben Edwards Scenic Design
Jane Greenwood Jane Greenwood Costume Design
  Ben Edwards Lighting Design
Leonard Soloway Leonard Soloway General Manager
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Awards


Drama Desk Award

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1974 Outstanding Director José Quintero Winner
1974 Outstanding Performance Jason Robards, Jr. Winner
1974 Outstanding Performance Ed Flanders Winner
1974 Outstanding Performance Colleen Dewhurst Winner

Outer Critics Circle

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1974 Outstanding Play   Winner

Tony Award

Year Category Name Winner/Nominee
1974 Actor in a Play Jason Robards, Jr. Nominee
1974 Actress in a Play Colleen Dewhurst Winner
1974 Direction of a Play José Quintero Winner
1974 Featured Actor in a Play Ed Flanders Winner
1974 Lighting Design (Play or Musical) Ben Edwards Nominee
1974 Special Award Lester Osterman, Jr.
Elliot Martin
Richard Horner
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