Henry May Long
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Henry May Long
Late in the nineteenth century, Henry May, New York's golden child, has reached the end of a long road to self-destruction. In debt and drug addicted, he is simply marking time until his eventual exile into poverty and oblivion. On the other side of the city Henry Long carefully observes May's decline, devoting his brilliant mind to the constant surveillance of his former school friend. May and Long finally meet and begin a complicated and dangerous odyssey that leads them to the sea and beyond. The houses and families of New York's golden age as well as the timeless underworld of… More

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"The production makes the most of shoestring means, however, with many a candlelit colloquy, though the apparent background reading in Lowlife and New York by Gas-Light is more alluded to than illustrated."
‑ Nicolas Rapold, Village Voice
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