Arts

Eugene O’Neill’s strong stuff

Left to right: Lorri Oliver, Vernon Poitras and Scott Sharot
Left to right: Lorri Oliver, Vernon Poitras and Scott Sharot
Jim Cady

It’s hard to go wrong with a boozy Irish play. And while famed playwright Eugene O’Neill’s A Moon for the Misbegotten didn’t open to rave reviews when it premiered in 1947, it’s become somewhat of a cult classic. Read about its current production in Albuquerque in writer Christie Chisholm’s review of A Moon for the Misbegotten at The Adobe Theater.