Witness a theatrical resurrection with South Camden Theatre Company’s workshop version of Exorcism, Eugene O’Neill’s lost play. The semi-autobiographical drama about suicide by the author of A Moon for the Misbegotten and The Iceman Cometh was to debut in 1920, but O’Neill canceled the production and ordered all scripts destroyed; the one copy secretly saved by his second wife wasn’t found until 2011. Director Joseph Paprzycki mines the play’s ironic humor and reveals how Exorcism explores themes found in O’Neill’s later plays. South Jersey journalist Kevin Riordan will lead discussions after all four performances.
Jan. 18-20, $25, Waterfront South Theatre, 400 Jasper St., Camden, N.J., 866-811-4111, southcamdentheatre.org.