Revised April 2012
Long Day's Journey into Night
By Eugene O'Neill
Philadelphia, PA Performances Featuring:
(Actors Subject to Change)
Dianne Wiest (Mary Tyrone)
Dianne Wiest was most recently seen in John Cameron Mitchell’s critically acclaimed movie Rabbit Hole alongside Nicole Kidman. Before that, Wiest’s major on-screen credits include Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, as well as New York, Dan in Real Life, A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, I Am Sam, The Horse Whisperer, Hannah and her Sisters (Oscar), The Purple Rose of Cairo, Radio Days, September, Bullets Over Broadway (Oscar), Parenthood (Oscar nomination), Edward Scissorhands, and The Birdcage. Wiest also received an Emmy award for her performance in the HBO series In Treatment. On the stage, Wiest was most recently seen The Forest at Classic Stage Company, and before that, Arthur Miller’s All My Sons on Broadway. Other New York theater appearances include The Seagull at Classic Stage Company, Wendy Wasserstein’s Third, Memory House by Kathleen Tolan, Salome, Oedipus The Shawl, Hunting Cockroaches, After the Fall, Beyond Therapy and The Art of Dining. Wiest will next be seen in David Frankel’s The Big Year, Lawrence Kasdan’s Darling Companion, Peter Hedges’ The Odd Life of Timothy Green, and Noah Baumbach’s pilot The Corrections for HBO.
Dan Butler (James Tyrone)
An actor, writer, director, and producer, Dan Butler is probably best known as “Bulldog” from the tv series, “Frasier.” His one-man show “The Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me…” garnered critical acclaim across the country, including Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk nominations. In 2006, Dan produced, co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in the faux documentary “Karl Rove, I Love You,” which the Huffington Post called “hilarious and unsettling – a political Blair Witch Project.” Acting credits include major roles on- and off-Broadway, at repertory companies across the United States, as well as numerous television shows including “House,” “Monk,” “From the Earth to the Moon,” and “Prayers for Bobby.” Film credits include: “Crazy, Stupid Love,” “Silence of the Lambs,” “Enemy of the State,” “Fixing Frank,” and “Chronic Town." Dan has also been active with suicide prevention, and in 1995 was the National Coming Out Day spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign. He lives in Vermont with his partner of 18 years (and husband), Richard Waterhouse.
Bob Braswell (Edmund Tyrone)
Off-Broadway: WTC VIEW (59E59 Theaters); The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (New York Theatre Workshop); HOT L BALTIMORE (TACT). National Tours: A Christmas Carol, Romeo and Juliet. Regional: Ah, Wilderness! (Baltimore Centerstage); Diary of Anne Frank (Denver Center Theatre); Shakespeare's R&J (St. Louis Rep.); Unexpected Guest, Pride's Crossing (Fulton Theatre); Holiday Memories (Huntington Theatre Company); Youth Ink! Play Festival (McCarter Theater). Film & TV: God Don't Make the Laws, Uncertainty, "Boardwalk Empire," "Creepy Canada." Training: BFA (Boston University/London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts). Bob is also the Co-Executive Director of People's Theatre Project, a community-based nonprofit organization that uses theatre to advocate for social change in Northern Manhattan. www.PeoplesTheatreProject.org
Julianna Zinkel (Cathleen)
Julianna Zinkel is honored to be a part of the Addiction Performance Project. Off Broadway/NYC: Three Men On a Horse (TACT); The Lover (SoHo Playhouse). Regional: Blackbird–Best Actress '09 Philadelphia Weekly (Theatre Exile); Rabbit Hole, As You Like It, Crime and Punishment (Arden Theatre); The Eclectic Society (Walnut Street); From Prague (CATF); Big Love, Wintertime (Wilma); Love and Communication (Passage Theatre); The Miser, The Crucible, Tale of Two Cities, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Theophilus North (People's Light). Workshops: Barcelona (People’s Light, Jackson Gay, director), Sleeping Beauty Wakes (McCarter Theater, Rebecca Taichman, director), Scarcity (PlayPenn, Brian Mertes, director). Film: The Marriage; Head Space. She is a current member of People's Light & Theatre Acting Company.
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