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Once confined only to heated discussions amongst doctoral students, the New York Neo-Futurists unleash O'Neill's stage directions from their dissertation prison, transforming O'Neill's eloquent yet obsessive and often controlling stage directions into rip-roaring physical comedy. This first in a series chronicles O'Neill's early stage directions (1913 - 1917), and include two of his "sea plays" (including 'Bound East for Cardiff') as well as more obscure early works such as his first play, the one-act 'A Wife for a Life,' as well as his cynical comedy 'The Movie Man.'

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