|Guthrie Theater: Long Day's Journey Into Night|
Event Type: Legacy Event|
Age Group(s): Adults, Seniors, Teens
Start Time: 10:45 AM
End Time: 6:15 PM
Long Day's Journey Into Night is a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning family drama written by American playwright Eugene O'Neill and is said to be one of the greatest plays ever written. The Guthrie's production features the acting dream team of Helen Carey and Peter Michael Goetz under the direction of Joe Dowling. Like most American families, the Tyrones have experienced highs and lows in life – from fame and financial success to illness and loss. Yet in the course of one day, their familial bond begins to unravel, and James and Mary and their sons Jamie and Edmund confront their demons in a final effort to save their family. Mature subject matter, geared for 16 to adult. *Bus leaves the Cokato Branch at 10:45am and will return at approx. 6:00pm.Library: Great River Regional Library - Cokato Map
Lunch options: 1. You can bring a lunch and eat it on the bus or at the Guthrie Theater 2. Make a reservation at Sea Change or Level 5 Café or 3. Grab a quick bite at Level 5 Express. You are on your own for lunch the rest of the event is free.
Please stop in or call the Cokato Public Library to reserve your spot. You will need to get a Great River Regional Library Program Participant Waiver form at the library and have it signed and returned by Friday, January 25.
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