Through the Night, With Obie Winner Daniel Beaty, Reopens Jan. 24

News   Through the Night, With Obie Winner Daniel Beaty, Reopens Jan. 24
 
Through the Night —  the solo show written and performed by Obie winner Daniel Beaty that ended its limited engagement at Off-Broadway's Union Square Theatre Dec. 5, 2010 — reopens Jan. 24.

Daniel Beaty
Daniel Beaty

Through the Night will now be presented on Monday nights at the Westside Theatre Downstairs (407 W. 43rd Street).

In a previous statement producer Daryl Roth said, "Because of my deep belief in this work, the incredible critical response, the nightly standing ovations, and the powerful word of mouth, it was important to me to continue to provide a home for this extraordinary theatrical experience. Through The Night has reached so many people already, including some two-thousand students through our Shine the Light Program. I am confident there are many more who will be entertained, moved and inspired by the play's power and passion."

Charles Randolph-Wright directs the solo work that tells the story of six African-American males, ages 10-60, "who discover the power of possibility through one extraordinary event."

The production features scenic, projection and lighting design by Alexander V. Nichols and sound design and original music by Lindsay Jones.

Through the Night is produced in association with Jana Robbins.

Tickets, priced $39 ($25 with valid student I.D.), are available via Telecharge.com or (212) 239-6200.

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