Theater Faculty Production: The Great God Brown, directed by Y. Kordonskiy — 11/16-19

The Theater Department would like to invite you to attend our faculty production of The Great God Brown this coming week.
Here is the link to the short promo clip created by Allyn Wilkinson (New Media Lab):

The Great God Brown by Eugene O’Neill
Directed by Yuriy Kordonskiy
Designed by Jack Carr, Marcela Oteiza, and Leslie Weinberg
Wednesday, November 16 through Friday, November 18, 2011 at 8pm
Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 2pm & 8pm
CFA Theater
Tickets are available by phone (860-685-3355) or online at
CFA link:

In his experimental play
The Great God Brown (1926), Eugene O’Neill explores the elements of expressionistic theater through the use of multiple masks that create a dramatic clash between the public and private personas of the characters. The rivalry between Billy Brown, a successful but mediocre architect, and Dion Anthony, a talented but ┬ádissolute artist; their love for the same woman, Margaret; and the conflict between their exterior and interior lives create a tale of loneliness, suffering, a search for identity and an everlasting quest for the meaning of life.