Anna Christie (Broadway, City Center, 1952) | Playbill

Anna Christie


SYNOPSIS: A weary former prostitute seeks out her estranged sea captain father, hoping to find forgiveness from him, while hiding her past from a stoker she loves in Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

The 1952 production of Anna Christie played 30 performances in New York: 16 performances at City Center, and 14 performances at the Lyceum Theatre.
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