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Off-Broadway News Patrick Page's All the Devils Are Here Announces Special Student Performances

The Off-Broadway production celebrated its 100th performance January 10.

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Tony nominee Patrick Page's All the Devils Are Here: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain has announced it will implement special student performances later this month. The solo show officially opened at the DR2 Theatre Off-Broadway October 16, 2023, and celebrated its 100th performance January 10, 2024. The extended run will continue through February 25.

In partnership with the NYC Public Schools Arts Office, the production will hold special performances for various NYC school theatre programs beginning January 23. Tickets will be distributed directly to educators as part of an initiative sponsored by Thomas M. Neff

Created and performed by Page, the show explores "the twisted motivation and hidden humanity at the heart of Shakespeare’s greatest villains." Simon Godwin directs.

READ: Hell is Empty: Patrick Page on Villains and Vices

All The Devils Are Here was originally scheduled as a one-night-only benefit at Cherry Lane Theatre in February 2020. It was presented on film through the Shakespeare Theatre Company in 2021 and was made available for streaming for a limited audience.

The Off-Broadway production features scenic design by Arnulfo Maldonado, costume design by Emily Rebholz, lighting design by Stacey Derosier, and sound design by Darron L WestMara Isaacs is producing, with Bryan Hunt as line producer. 


Check Out Photos of Patrick Page in All The Devils Are Here Off-Broadway

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