Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Bound East for Cardiff, written by Eugene O'Neill, and produced by the Provincetown Players at the Playwrights’ Theatre, New York City in 1916

Scenes from Bound East for Cardiff, written by the American playwrivghts Eugene O'Neill (1888-1953), and produced by the Provincetown Players at the Playwrights’ Theatre, New York City in 1916


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From left to right: Eugene O’Neill, Fred Burt, David Carb, and George Cram Cook in Bound East for Cardiff 
 
 
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BOUND EAST FORCARDIFF
Produced by the ProvincetownPlayers at the Playwrights’ Theatre, New York City
3 November 1916
Direction: Eugene O’Neill and E. J. Ballantine
Yank: George Cram Cook
Driscoll: William Stuart
Cocky: Edward J. Ballantine
Davis: Harry Kemp
Scotty: Frank Shay
Oleson: B. J. O. Nordfeldt
A Norwegian: Donald Corley
Smitty: Lew Parrish
Ivan: Francis Buzzell
The Captain: Henry Marion Hall
The Second Mate: Eugene G. O’Neill

“Drama, one act.  Originally titled"Children of the Sea," one in a series of four one-act plays known as"S. S. Glencairn." The other three plays are "Moon of theCaribees," "The Long Voyage Home," and "In the Zone." Firstproduction of the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre on Cape Cod,Provincetown (MA.) Playhouse, July 28, 1916.”

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