‘The Emperor Jones’ Proves That Imaginative Direction Has Fled Broadway For Off

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New York Press | January 7, 2010
Rarely do plays that utilize puppets and masks succeed as admirably as does The Emperor Jones. Director Ciarán O’Reilly deserves all the critical accolades coming to him for resurrecting Eugene O’Neill’s play about despots in power, bringing it to crackling life once again.

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