Performing Arts of Woodstock presents Eugene O“Neill’s masterpiece, “A Moon for the Misbegotten.” Unproduced in his lifetime, this is the first production of O’Neill’s lyrical, beautiful play in the Hudson Valley, telling the story of O“Neill’s doomed elder brother Jamie and his attempts to redeem himself in the arms of Josie Hogan who is trying to hold on to the family farm.
There have been a few Broadway revivals of “Moon” in recent years, notably with Cherry Jones as Josie, but the iconic production in 1973 starred Colleen Dewhurst and Jason Robards.
PAW’s production stars Kimberly Kay as Josie, Richard Scofield as her father, Phil Hogan, Justin Lazard as Jamie Tyrone and features Bob Sheridan as the rich next door neighbor, T. Steadman Harder. It is directed by Nicola Sheara, well-known as both director and actor, and founder of the Reader’s Theater, Theater Sounds.
Pictured are Kimberly Kay as Josie, Justin Lazard as Jamie (in her arms), Richard Scofield as Phil (red suspenders) and Bob Sheridan as T. Steadman Harder (in jodphurs). Photography by Cabane Studios
The performances began on February 7 and run through February 23. Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. at St. Gregory’s Episcopal A frame Church Hall, Route 212, Woodstock.
Reservations can be made by calling (845) 679‑7900, and are recommended since seating is limited. Ticket prices are $20, $15 for seniors and students.
For more information about Performing Arts of Woodstock go to PAW’s website