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Riding the Midnight Express - Off-Broadway

Billy Hayes brings his one-man show to New York.

Tickets Now Available for Riding the Midnight Express Off-Broadway

Tickets Now Available for Riding the Midnight Express Off-Broadway
'Riding the Midnight Express'

About the Show

Tickets are now on sale for Riding the Midnight Express, written by and starring Billy Hayes, which begins performances off-Broadway on January 22. Directed by John Gould Rubin, the one-man show will play a limited engagement through March 23 at St. Luke’s Theatre.

First he wrote the best-selling book. Then came the Oscar-winning film. Now, with Riding the Midnight Express, comes a solo show performed by the man who lived it. Billy Hayes recounts his time in a Turkish prison and his amazing, harrowing escape.

Hayes' autobiographical book, Midnight Express, was released in 1977 and adapted into a film a year later, starring Brad Davis, Randy Quaid and John Hurt. It won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.

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