Charles Fuller's One Night…, Featuring Rutina Wesley, Begins Previews Nov. 6

News   Charles Fuller's One Night…, Featuring Rutina Wesley, Begins Previews Nov. 6
Previews of Charles Fuller’s One Night…, which were originally scheduled to begin Oct. 17 at the Cherry Lane Theatre, commence Nov. 6. The delay was due to a death in playwright Fuller's family.

Rutina Wesley
Rutina Wesley

Opening night of the Cherry Lane Theatre and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater co-production is set for Nov. 20 at 7 PM; performances will continue through Dec. 15.

Rutina Wesley portrays Alicia in a company that also features Grantham Coleman, K.K. Moggie, Matthew Montelongo and Cortez Nance Jr.

"What happens to our servicemen and women when they come home?" press notes ask. "Exploring the lingering effects of trauma, injustice and one woman’s recompense, One Night… takes an unflinching look at what happens to women in the U.S. Armed Forces when their decision to serve exposes them to an unforeseen battle against their fellow soldiers." One Night… was commissioned by Cherry Lane Theatre.

Five percent of ticket proceeds benefit IAVA (Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America), the first and largest non-profit, non-partisan organization for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.

The production also features scenic design by John McDermott; costume design by Jessica Jahn; lighting design by Nicole Pearce; sound design by Sean O’Halloran; and video design by Gil Sperling.

The production manager is Eugenia Furneaux; the production stage manager is C. Renee Alexander; and the assistant stage manager is Kristin Pfeifer.

Show times are Tuesday at 7 PM, Thursday and Friday at 8 PM, Saturday at 2 PM and 8 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.

Cherry Lane Theatre is located at 38 Commerce Street (three blocks south of Christopher Street, west of Seventh Avenue South). Tickets may be purchased by visiting or by phoning Ovationtix at (866) 811-4111. Individual tickets are $66, $25 for patrons under 30 years old and theatre artists, $20 for military with valid ID, and $20 for students with valid ID.

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