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The Union Square Theatre- New York City
100 East 17th Street New York City, NY 10003
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"Through the Night"
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4.6 average rating
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8 stars
attended Sep 10 2010


He totally becomes each character. It's serious, funny and just all around engaging!!!!

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attended Sep 10 2010

He really made you believe that he was every character and that you were right there with him through each story. Very well done!

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4 stars
attended Sep 11 2010

An extraordinary creation and performance!

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Quotes & Highlights

“Daniel Beaty’s show is a thing of beauty, wit, grit, and piercing lyricism.” —_The New York Times _
“Did I say the monologue was seamless?  It was brilliant.”  —The Jewish Times
Through the Night received a rave review from The Today Show. Watch it on video.


“If no one else will hold you, hold yourself, but make it through the night.”

—Daniel Beaty from Through the Night

Through the Night is the story of six interconnected black males ages 10 – 60: a child scientist, a young man from the projects on his way to college, an ex-convict, a corporate executive, a health food store owner, and the Bishop of a mega church – and the people who love them as they make it Through the Night.  They all experience an unexpected phenomenon on the same evening that changes their lives forever and challenges them to tackle issues of education, addiction, finance, and mental & physical health. Obie Award-winning actor, singer, and writer Daniel Beaty combines his signature blend of music, poetry, comedy and drama to tell an urgent, timely story of possibility and hope.