restricted access   Volume 37, Number 2, 2016

Table of Contents

Editor’s Foreword

pp. v-vi


Anna and The Antichrist: Nietzsche, Christian Symbolism, and Vedantic Philosophy in “Anna Christie”

pp. 145-163

Special Section: O’Neill Upstages O’Neill


p. 164

Representations of Eugene O’Neill: Fiction, Autobiography, and Adaptation

pp. 165-167

O’Neill on the Musical Theater Stage

pp. 168-171

A New Insight Into Edmund Tyrone by Way of the Second Girl

pp. 172-174

The Gelbs’ Lifelong Journey with O’Neill

pp. 175-179

Et in Arcadia E.G.O.

pp. 180-184

O’Neill In and Out of the Classroom

pp. 185-188

The Second Girl

pp. 189-238

E.G.O.: The Passions of Eugene Gladstone O’neill: A play in two acts (excerpted)

pp. 239-255

Journey (an excerpt from a three-act play)

pp. 256-266

Boy with a Book

pp. 267-270

Pausing at Tao House

pp. 271-272

Book Reviews

The Ecological O’Neill: Nature’s Veiled Purpose in the Plays by Robert Baker-White (review)

pp. 273-275

John Reed, Louise Bryant, and Eugene O’Neill in Provincetown: A Novel Based on a True Legendary Love Triangle . . . and a Well Kept Secret Never Before Revealed by Cynthia Gallant-Simpson (review)

pp. 276-279

Performance Reviews

The Hairy Ape dir. by Richard Jones (review)

pp. 280-285

Ah, Wilderness! dir. by Casey Stangl (review)

pp. 286-291

Ah, Wilderness! dir. by Greg Leaming (review)

pp. 292-296

Long Day’s Journey Into Night dir. by Katherine Owens (review)

pp. 297-300

Long Day’s Journey Into Night dir. by Katherine Owens (review)

pp. 301-304

A Moon for the Misbegotten dir. by Ben Barnes (review)

pp. 305-308

Hughie dir. by Michael Grandage (review)

pp. 310-314