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Long Day's Journey into Night

By Eugene O'Neill
Directed By Jean-Marie Apostolides

April - May 2002

Notes from the Director Jean-Marie Apostolides:

Eugene O’Neill (1888-1953) wrote Long Day’s Journey into Night in 1941. The play is dedicated to Carlotta, his second wife. The author meant it "as a tribute to [her] love and tenderness which gave [him] the faith in love that enabled [him] to face [his] dead at last".

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Travesties

By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Mikel Clifford

Set in Zurich, Switzerland during World War I, this fast-paced farce muses on the chance meeting of several literary and historical figures.

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The Heidi Chronicles

By Wendy Wasserstein
Directed By Fel Cruz

 

Fridays and Saturdays 8 PM
July 12 through August 10, 2002
and Thursday August 8.

A funny, touching look at changes in a generation as seen by Heidi Holland as she and her friends travel their own paths to maturity.  This is Actors Ensemble's last play at Live Oak Theatre until completion of seismic retrofitting in mid 2003.

 

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The Three Sisters

By Anton Checkhov
Directed by Debra Blondheim

The Jewish middle-aged sisters, originally from Brooklyn, come together in Queen Anne's Gate, London, to celebrate the fifty-fourth birthday of Sara, the eldest, now a brilliant British banker.

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Thank You

Actors Ensemble of Berkeley is delighted to acknowledge the Berkeley Civic Arts Program and Civic Arts Commission's support in the form of a grant of $5,200.00 awarded in 2016. This will enable us to continue to provide free or low cost opportunities for community members to participate in the life changing activities of theater arts.

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AE is the heart of Berkeley theatre! As Berkeley's longest running theatre group, we're dedicated to providing area residents with opportunities to attend, participate in and be helped through theatre. And we're ALL volunteer-based, so we need YOU to keep us going!