In this Eugene O'Neill classic, James Tyrone, Jr. (the son from A Long Day's Journey Into Night), visits the home of his tenant farmer, Phil Hogan. There he encounters Hogan's magnetic daughter, Josie. It's been years since the two have seen each other. During one moonlit night, as the love-struck Josie seems to claim him as her own, the drunken Jamie drowns in a wave of self-pity and remorse. When dawn comes will both the moon and the man be gone, leaving Josie with a new challenge to her dauntless spirit; or will love finally bring these two together?