Friday, 13 May 2016

The Hairy Ape written by Eugene O'Neill first produced by the Provincetown Players, directed and designed by Robert Edmond Jones, at Provincetown Playhouse and Plymouth Theatre, New York City, in 1922

Some scenes from The Hairy Ape (a play in eight scenes) written by the US playwright Eugene O'Neill (1888 - 1953), first produced by the Provincetown Players, directed and designed by Robert Edmond Jones, at Provincetown Playhouse and Plymouth Theatre, New York City, from March 9, 1922 to July 1, 1922. This production was praised for its use of expressionistic set design and staging techniques, and was transferred to the Plymouth Theatre on Broadway. Actor Louis Wolheim became famous for his interpretation of Yank.










Carlotta Monterey as Mildred and Louis Wolheim as Yank in the 1922 production



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