Please note: Online sales close at 11am the day of each performance. Walk-up tickets are available on a pay-what-you-can basis at the door for every show.

“As part of our season that explores individual morality in immoral systems, we have chosen Long Day’s Journey Into Night as our American classic. Each character struggles to live fully amidst the systemic decay of the family, which they simultaneously need, and from which they might remove themselves. This is a memory play for each character battling with the haunts of their past embodied in one another.”
Michael Moran, Ubuntu Executive Director


Oct 4-27, 2019

by Eugene O’Neill
directed by Michael Socrates Moran

Widely considered his finest work, Eugene O’Neill’s Tony- and Pulitzer–winning drama follows the Tyrones—a family shaped by addiction, resentment, and regret—through a single day in August as years of secrets begin to emerge.

Moving through the fractures in a family’s history, from racial alienation to economic insecurity to dreams deferred, Ubuntu Artistic Director Michael Moran helms a dreamlike production that conjures the ghosts of America’s pain, and the genesis of the opioid crisis facing the country today.


OCT 4–27          
Thursdays, 10/17 & 24: 7pm
Friday Evenings: 7pm
Saturdays, 10/5, 12, 19, & 27: 7pm
Saturdays, 10/12 & 26: 1pm
Sundays, 10/6, 20, & 27: 7pm
Sunday, 10/27: 1pm

Tickets: $15-45 online, pay-what-you-can at door


The FLAX Building
1501 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Oakland, CA 94612


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