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In Through the Night, Daniel Beaty portrays an entire community of people who experience an unexpected epiphany on the same evening that changes their lives forever. The play tells a timely and inspiring story of possibility and hope, weaving together a blend of humor, poetry, music and drama.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Mar. 28, 2011.

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About Through the Night on Broadway

Previews: Jan 24, 2011 • Closing: Mar 28, 2011
Off-Broadway Plays Comedy Drama
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Westside Theatre Downstairs
407 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Hearing Assistance
Equipped with a Sennheiser Infrared Listening System. Headsets are available free of charge on a first- come first-serve basis.
Wheelchair Access
Downstairs Theatre for those patrons using wheelchairs or scooters, a wheelchair lift provides access to wheelchair locations.
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What Is the Story of Through the Night?
In this one-man show, Daniel Beaty plays six different characters struggling with some type of conflict on the same eventful night. All the characters are linked and their lives intersect throughout the course of the show. The characters include an ex-con anxiously waiting in an emergency room as his girlfriend gives birth, a preacher struggling with an eating disorder, his closeted homosexual son dealing with a demanding job and enervated lover, a troubled youth turned high school graduate readying for college, a father straining to maintain his privately owned small business and his young son who only wants to see his father happy.

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Daniel Beaty


Written by
Daniel Beaty
Charles Randolph-Wright
Set, Projection and Lighting Designer
Alexander V. Nichols
Original Music and Sound Designer
Lindsay Jones
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