Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play Long Day's Journey Into Night is a high watermark of American theater, one of the most famous and discussed plays in history, and it's receiving a new production from Chicago's Court Theatre. The story centers on the aging patriarch of a seemingly tight-knit family. James Tyrone is an Irish American immigrant who's built a highly successful career as an actor. Over the course of a single day, he, his wife and his two grown sons air untold grievances and long-held, difficult secrets that threaten to shatter the successful image they've created for themselves. Themes of guilt, blame, memory and suffering stir to create a dysfunctional but emotionally honest portrait of a modern American family as they struggle to heal and forgive each other.