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Day by Day

The Public’s 365 Days/365 Plays, a festival featuring a new work by Suzan-Lori Parks every single evening in 2007, continues into spring with new venues and diverse theater companies.

  1. 1. Lightbox

    March 11

    This experimental theater company performs Parks’s fantastical drama—about a man who comes home from war to find only war movies on TV (among other plotlines)—outdoors, in Central Park.

  2. 2. Epic Theatre

    March 28 to 31

    A collaboration in which professional actors perform alongside public-school kids, and students write and perform short plays in response to Parks’s shows. At the Kirk Theatre.

  3. 3. Pregones Theater

    April 4

    The festival travels up to the South Bronx, with a one-night showcase of Parks’s plays, the inspirations for which range from Greek tragedy to Jerry Springer.

Call 212-539-8760 for details.


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