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Instructions for parking are available on the theater's website. Be sure to pick up a parking pass before you leave the theater, at it saves you a lot on parking. Also, you can walk through the alley next to the theater when coming from the parking deck, which is a shortcut.
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attended Mar 25 2010

Beaty is a good performer, but the writing is weak. The characters show no progression resulting in show in which one loses interest half way through because there is nothing new or unexpected.

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24 reviews
6 stars
attended Apr 01 2010

What a fantastic performance by Daniel Beaty. Transitioning from one character to the next was seamless. I was taken in throughout the performance. Can't wait for his next piece.

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12 stars
attended Mar 21 2010

A MUST SEE!!! DANIEL BEATY IS AN ARTIST EXTRODINAIRE.

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Website

http://www.geffenplayhouse.com/night

Quotes & Highlights

“One of the most uplifting and inspiring pieces of theater you’ll see this year!” —"theatermania.com ":http://www.theatermania.com/new-jersey/reviews/02-2010/through-the-night_24958.html
Visit Daniel Beaty’s official web site.

Description

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?