PUBLIC THEATER - INTERPRETED THEATER - FOR COLORED GIRLS......

11/09/2019 2:00 pm

 

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THE PUBLIC THEATER IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A FULL SEASON OF INTERPRETED THEATER.

 

 

FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE/WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF - Saturday, November 9 @ 2pm
Written by Ntozake Shange
Filled with passion, humor, and raw honesty, legendary playwright/poet Ntozake Shange’s form-changing choreopoem tells the story of seven women of color using poetry, song, and movement. With unflinching honesty and emotion, each woman voices her survival story of getting by in a world shaped by sexism and racism.  The Cast includes Actress Alexandria WailesThursday, October 10, 8:00pm (through the Joseph Papp Free Preview stand-by lottery)

The Public Theater will be offering additional interpreted performances on the following dates:

Thursday, October 10, 8:00pm (through the Joseph Papp Free Preview stand-by lottery)
Sunday, October 13, 2:00pm
Wednesday, October 30, 8:00pm
Tuesday, November 5, 8:00pm
Thursday, November 21, 8:00pm
Saturday, November 30, 8:00pm
Tickets for these added shows can be purchased directly through the Public Theater. Click HERE

THE MICHAELS - Sunday, November 17 @ 1:30pm
World Premiere.  Written and Directed by Richard Nelson
Commissioned by The Public Theater
Dinner is cooked, modern dances are rehearsed, and the meal is eaten — all amidst conversations about art, death, family, dance, politics, the state of America, and how the world sees our country... and a host of everyday questions that make up the richness of ordinary life.

BRIGHT ROOM CALLED DAY - Sunday, December 8 @ 1:00pm
Major New York Revival. Written by Tony Kushner & Directed by Oskar Eustis
Agnes, an actress in Weimar Germany, and her cadre of passionate, progressive friends, are torn between protest, escape, and survival as the world they knew crumbles around them. Her story is interrupted by an American woman enraged by the cruelty of the Reagan administration, and a new character, grappling with the anxiety, distraction, hope, and hopelessness of an artist facing the once unthinkable rise of authoritarianism in modern America

ADDRESS/CONTACT INFORMATION
The Public Theater
425 Lafayette Street (at Astor Place)
New York, NY 10003

Directions

By Subway:
West Side: Take the R or N train to the 8th Street Station
East Side: Take the #6 train to Astor Place Station

By Bus:
M2, M3, or M8 to 8th Street and 4th Avenue
M5 or M6 to 8th Street and Broadway
M15 to 2 nd Avenue and 9th Street
M101 or M102 to 8th Street and Cooper Union