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Editor: Frederick Wilkins
Suffolk University, Boston

Vol. X, No. 2
Summer-Fall, 1986


(IN THIS ISSUE)

PHOTOS OF CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES AND PARTICIPANTS
(
All conference photos are the work of John Gillooly)

SHOTS OF SESSION GROUPS A-N
(excluding Session M, sadly missed by the photographer)

Session A: Shyre, Miller, Metten, Swortzell.
 
Session B: Burian, Vineberg, Garvey, Lewis, Shaughnessy, Vena. (Tom Olsson, seen else-where in this issue, missed the cast call.)
 
Session C: Black, Bloom, Floyd, Bogard, Manheim.
 
Session D: Barlow, Gallup, Bower, Metten.
 
Session E: Maufort and Adler listen to . . .
 
. . . the words of fellow speaker Shafer.
 
Session F: Bermel, Manheim, Waterstradt.
 
Session G: Ikeuchi, Vena, Bloom, Frazer.

Session H: White, Raleigh, Porter, Bryer, Ben-Zvi.
 

Session I: Harris, Egri, Chothia,
Krafchick, Swortzell.
 

Session J: Berlin, Porter, Manheim, Flynn.
 

Session K: Robinson, Barlow, Vineberg, Mandl, Peters.
 

Session L: Harris, Vena, Waterstradt, Voelker, Bloom, Blank, Metten.
 

Session N: Dee, Burian, Garvey, Quintero, McDermott, Weston, Olsson, Voelker.
 

A full house for Sunday's Session N.

CONFERENCE CANDIDS
 

Tom McDermott with Perry Miller Adato and Paul Shyre, whose film, "Eugene O'Neill - A Glory of Ghosts," was the post-banquet highlight on Thursday evening, May 29.
 
Messrs. Bogard and Quintero muse over coffee before Session N on Sunday.
 
Michael McShane and Stan Weston in the Friday evening performance of Hughie.

Normand Berlin offers emphatic response to a question posed him in Session J.
 

John Henry Raleigh, clearly undaunted by the early hour of Session H on Saturday.
 

Mr. Weston, during the Sunday a.m. discussion of "O'Neill on Stage."

SCENES FROM THE SATURDAY NIGHT "TRIBUTE TO O'NEILL"
 

Israel Horovitz assesses the O'Neill legacy
 
Josť Quintero tells of the power of O'Neill
 
Ruby Dee speaks the words of Mary Tyrone

. . . and signs a well-wisher's program.
 

. . . and greets Miss Dee thereafter.
 

. . . and receives a standing ovation.

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