Late at night, while his baby daughter sleeps, a son makes notes on his mother’s daily life and scenes from their complicated relationship. He is shaping a play, and a perspective. Two blocks away, his mother naps, and smokes, and reads, and drinks coffee. She is shaping her existence within encroaching confines. This New York story asks how we come to know one another as parents and as children. How do we care for those we love, and what does it take to live with – and without – them?
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The Fourth Street Theatre is located on East 4th Street between Bowery and Second Avenue in Manhattan. The nearest subway stations are 8th Street-NYU via the R/W, Broadway-Lafayette Street via the B/D/F/M (wheelchair accessible station), and Astor Place via the 6 train.
The Fourth Street Theatre is not an ADA-compliant venue. However, we do our best to accommodate all theatre guests.
***The only entrance to the theatre is up a flight of eight stairs from the street level. Restrooms are located on the lower level down a flight of stairs. Fully accessible restrooms are available on the street level in NYTW’s adjacent venue. For more information about accessibility at New York Theatre Workshop, please visit the NYTW site.
For any questions, please contact Development Associate Joey Nasta at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 212-398-2977.