Overview: A Pulitzer Prize winning play that focuses on one day, of many days, in the life of a dysfunctional family who are dealing with disappointment, sickness, and addiction.
What they’re saying in the Prepwise staff room:
Chris: “A heartbreaking account of the effect that addiction has on a family who genuinely care about each other. Just say yes. The end of this play always makes me cry.”
Ethan: “For those that think today’s movies are bold compared to the culture of the 1950’s, you may want to consult Long Day’s Journey into Night first.”
Karen: “This four act play takes place in one day and is semi-autobiographical. The main theme of the play is addiction and the dysfunction, conflict and resentment that it brings to a family.”