Daniel Beaty's Solo Show on Fathers, Sons & Community: Through the Night at Geffen Playhouse
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The last date listed for Through the Night was Sunday April 4, 2010 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Geffen Playhouse - Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater:
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- $69.00 - $74.00
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This thoroughly cool, at times comical, and completely creepy show comes from the bordering-on-sick minds of Penn & Teller's Teller and performer-host Todd Robbins. This interactive theatrical experience opens in pitch blackness, where the ethereal sights, sounds -- and touches -- are all the more effective, achieved via the combination of wickedly clever ghost stories and eerie stage illusions. And you know you're in for a fun and terrifying time when the advisories include strobe effects, theatrical haze, interactive elements, adult themes -- and nudity. The show ran off-Broadway in 2010 to acclaim from The New York Times among others, which said "this wild, wicked show is not just a screamfest after all; it's a pretty good piece of theater." Learn More
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Written and Performed by Daniel Beaty
Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright
Playing six African-American men at different stages of their lives as well as the people who love them, Beaty's newest performance piece unites this multitude of characters through an extraordinary event. Through the Night takes on universal themes and makes them personal, highlighting the tragedy, beauty and humor within all of us. It's about family; it's about addiction; it's about love. It's about time - can you make it through the night?