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Through the Night - 2011 - Off-Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

Obie Award-winning Daniel Beaty uses his extraordinary talents as an actor, poet, writer, showman and true story-teller to bring to life an entire cast of poignant and heart-breaking characters whose personal journeys are known to us all. Their stories are told with poetry, power and at times near-evangelical flourishes.



Through the Night is a timely and inspiring story full of possibility and hope. Book now to secure your seats to the most extraordinary and moving theatrical event of the season!



Daniel Beaty has an incredibly unique and soulful voice that needs to be heard, not to be missed.

Closing:March 28, 2011

Running Time:

1 hour and 20 minutes, with no intermission

Westside Theatre (Downstairs)

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Through the Night Frequently Asked Questions

What awards has Through the Night been nominated for?
Outstanding Solo Performance (Drama Desk Awards) for Daniel BeatyOutstanding Solo Performance (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Daniel Beaty and Outstanding Solo Show (The Lortels) for Daniel Beaty.

What productions of Through the Night have there been?
Through the Night has had 2 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2010 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2011.