The Niceties

January 11–February 10, 2019

Venue Berlind Theatre
Run Time 90 minutes plus a 15 minute intermission
Opening Night January 19, 2019

OVERVIEW

Bristling & provocative.

The New York Times

A barnburner of a play.

The Washington Post 

They’re both liberal. They’re both women. They’re both brilliant.

But very quickly, discussions of grammar and Google turn to race and reputation. And before they know it, they’re in dangerous territory, facing stunning implications that can’t be undone.

The Washington Post hails it as “scintillating,” adding that it’s “one of the best plays about who gets to tell the story of America, and how.”

 


 

 

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Timely and intelligently provocative. Burgess deserves a lot of congratulations for crafting a piece that is so needed and so smart.

US1

Energetic and impassioned. Edgy and topical.

Town Topics

Thrilling.

Broad Street Review

 

In association with Huntington Theatre Company and Manhattan Theatre Club

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PERFORMANCES

CAST & CREATIVE

Cast
Creative Team

PHOTOS & VIDEO

Audiences are Talking About The Niceties

Trailer

Photos

Jordan Boatman and Lisa Banes in The Niceties. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

Jordan Boatman in The Niceties. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

Lisa Banes in The Niceties. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

Jordan Boatman in The Niceties. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

Lisa Banes in The Niceties. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

Jordan Boatman in The Niceties. Photo by T. Charles Erickson.

Sneak Peek with Eleanor Burgess

Behind The Scenes Preview

Additional Events & Info

 


 

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