ends its season and series of classics with the Irish love story A Moon for the Misbegotten by Pulitzer
Prize winner and Nobel laureate Eugene O’Neill. Directed by Ron Nash, the mythical tale of old sins with the
redemptive power of love, premieres April 18 at the Little Theatre at St.
Vincent’s at 1 St. Vincent Drive in San Rafael. It is an Actors Equity
The cast includes John Nahigian of Emeryville** as Jim Tyrone, Michael Walraven of San Anselmo as Phil Hogan, Caitlin Walraven of San Anselmo as Josie Hogan and Will Lamers of Petaluma as T. Stedman Harder. **Member of Actors Equity Association.
The story is set at a Connecticut tenant farm in 1923 and follows Josie, a boisterous Irish woman with a tarnished reputation and a tender heart, and Tyrone, a tortured alcoholic haunted by his past indiscretions. Josie’s father hatches a plan to get her married so the family doesn’t lose its farm.
Production staff includes: Paul Abbott of Novato, assistant director; Gary Gonser of Novato, producer; Lamers as stage manager; Nasreen Aminifard of Novato, lighting; Rich Banghart of Novato, sound; and Frank Sarubbi of Novato and Corrin Westin of Petaluma, lighting design.
Shows will be Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. through May 4. Ticket prices range from $10 to $18. A special preview presentation will be held on Thursday, April 17 for $15. Tickets are available at www.marinonstage.org. For more information, call 415-448-6152. Marin Onstage is a non-profit group with a goal of bringing quality performances to the stage that otherwise would not be presented.