Regular Price: $20
Goldstar Price: $10
Summer. 1928. New York City. Just steps beyond the bright lights of Broadway, Erie Smith, a small-time gambler and a big-time drinker, returns to the faded hotel that he has made his home. He encounters the new night clerk, Charlie Hughes, and laments how his luck has gone bad since the death of Hughie, Hughes' predecessor. As the early hours of the morning give way to another dawn, Erie continues to tell tall tales to stave off his sense of loss and faded hopes of the American Dream. In Hughie, Eugene O'Neill -- one of the greatest playwrights of all time -- takes the audience into Erie's soul. Beautifully investigating the themes of loneliness and redemption, Hughie offers a unique insight into the human condition. See this stunning, powerful two-hander at Phoenix's Herberger Theater Center.