The mission of the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, Tao House, is to celebrate and promote the vision and legacy of Eugene O'Neill, America's foremost playwright.
To achieve its mission, the foundation collaborates with the National Park Service in restoring and preserving Tao House, providing for future generations a memorial that:
- Perpetuates the vision of Eugene O'Neill
- Provides artistic and educational programs which focus on Eugene
O'Neill's contribution to theatre in America and the world.
- Maintains a research library which collects, preserves and exhibits
books, photos and artifacts related to Eugene O'Neill and the American
Tao House is located in Danville, California, at the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site, a National Park Service unit.
40th Anniversary Celebration and Awards Dinner
Join us as we honor
Congressman George Miller
East Bay Regional Park District
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
6:00 - 9:30 p.m.
CLICK HERE to reserve your dinner tickets online
In the mid-1970's, Congressman George Miller and the EBRPD were central in preserving the Tao House property, once home to playwright Eugene O'Neill and his wife Carlotta who lived at Tao House from 1937-1944. Congressman Miller advanced legislation that created the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site, and East Bay Regional Park District protected the property until state and federal legislation could assure presrvation of this historic property.
CLICK HERE to make your reservations to this wonderful celebration!