Three years ago, playwright Richard Nelson began a grand experiment at the Public Theater by premiering That Hopey Changey Thing on the very night in which the play was set, as the Apple family of Rhinebeck, NY, gathered around the kitchen table on the evening of America's midterm elections to talk politics, life and love. Since then, Nelson has added Sweet and Sad, set on September 11, 2011, and Sorry, set on Election Day 2012. This amazing group of plays will get a final installment, Regular Singing, next month on the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination, with most of the original cast intact and again gathered in the Apple kitchen. The Public is now presenting all four plays in rep in an unmissable theatrical event. Click below to see Joan Marcus’ new production shots of the play that started it all.