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Through The Yellow Hour - 2012 - Off-Broadway

$55 for general; $15 for under 30; $10 for students (with Valid ID)

In Through the Yellow Hour, the United States has been attacked. Men are being castrated, women enumerated. Ellen has been in hiding for 52 days, subsisting on very little, hoping against hope for her husband to return. As the world around her falls further into senseless chaos, she takes an unlikely action, one that just might signal a new beginning.







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Rattlestick Theater

(New York, NY)
224 Waverly Place

Through The Yellow Hour Off-Broadway Cast



 

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by BWW News Desk - November 3, 2012
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and Managing Director Brian Long have announced that its productions of the world premiere of Through the Yellow Hour, written and directed by Adam Rapp, and the American premiere of A Summer Day, written by Jon Fosse, and directed and translated by Sarah Cameron Sunde, will resume tonight, Saturday, November 3, both at 8pm. Through the Yellow Hour plays at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 224 Waverly Place, and A Summer Day plays at the Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce Street.
by BWW News Desk - October 8, 2012
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and Managing Director Brian Long have announced that the world premiere of Through the Yellow Hour, written and directed by Adam Rapp, will extend through Saturday, November 10, at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, 224 Waverly Place-off Seventh Avenue South, between Perry and West 11 Streets.
by Ben Peltz - October 2, 2012
Perhaps the most interesting aspect of Adam Rapp's Through The Yellow Hour is that the playwright/director has intentionally written a piece that will never be performed with a completely age-appropriate cast – at least not legally in this country – since it includes a fully nude, sexually suggestive scene between a thirty-year-old character and another who is fourteen.  But because the person playing the youth is obviously of age, the scene is likely to leave audience members thinking of the older character as someone who has learned to trust and be caring again, rather than as someone committing statutory rape.
by Jennifer Broski - September 28, 2012
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and Managing Director Brian Long present the world premiere of Through the Yellow Hour, a play written and directed by Adam Rapp (Pulitzer Prize finalist for Red Light Winter). The first production of the company's 18th season, Through the Yellow Hour opened last night at Rattlestick Theater (224 Waverly Place-off Seventh Avenue South, between Perry and West 11th Streets). BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the big opening below!
by BWW News Desk - September 13, 2012
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and Managing Director Brian Long have announced the cast and creative team for the world premiere of Through the Yellow Hour, a play written and directed by Adam Rapp (Pulitzer Prize finalist for Red Light Winter). The first production of the company's 18th season, Through the Yellow Hour will begin performances tonight, September 13, 2012 at Rattlestick Theater (224 Waverly Place-off Seventh Avenue South, between Perry and West 11th Streets). The cast includes Hani Furstenberg, Brian Mendes, Matt Pilieci, Danielle Slavick, Alok Tewari, Joanne Tucker, and Vladimir Versailles.
by BWW News Desk - August 9, 2012
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and Managing Director Brian Long have announced the cast and creative team for the world premiere of Through the Yellow Hour, a play written and directed by Adam Rapp (Pulitzer Prize finalist for Red Light Winter). The first production of the company's 18th season, Through the Yellow Hour will begin performances on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at Rattlestick Theater (224 Waverly Place-off Seventh Avenue South, between Perry and West 11th Streets). The cast includes Hani Furstenberg, Brian Mendes, Matt Pilieci, Danielle Slavick, Alok Tewari, Joanne Tucker, and Vladimir Versailles.