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January 30 | 7:00 pm | Darkness Falls


Fasten your seatbelts, it’s going to be a bumpy night. Join us on January 30 for “Darkness Falls” at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater

 

The spring season of House of SpeakEasy’s Seriously Entertaining, New York’s premier literary cabaret, kicks off with an evening full of fear and fury. Plunge into the deep with Sandra Allen, explore the void at our heart’s core with novelist Elif Shafak, lift the curtain on Trump’s West Wing courtesy of journalist Michael Wolff, and dare to be thrilled by the compulsively mysterious Christopher J. Yates.

Seriously Entertaining Upcoming Shows
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ALL 2017 SHOWS HELD AT JOE’S PUB at The Public Theater at 425 Lafayette St, NYC 10003. If a show is sold out, check our website again in a few days, as extra tickets sometimes become available closer to show date. Join our mailing list for further information.

1.30.18 @ 7PM – DARKNESS FALLS
3.20.18 @ 7PM – A MATTER OF TIME
4.25.18 @ 7PM – ALSO KNOWN AS
5.22.18 @ 7PM – NO MAN’S LAND

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ENJOY DISCOUNTED TICKETS, SPECIAL INVITATIONS, AND TAKE YOUR
BOOKS TO AND FRO IN OUR DISTINCTIVE SPEAKEASY TOTE BAG.

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David Friend joined Vanity Fair as editor of creative development in 1998, after serving as Life magazine’s director of photography. Friend is the author of Watching the World Change: The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11. He has won Emmy and Peabody awards as an executive producer of 9/11, a CBS documentary that aired in 140 countries. Friend has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, in Lebanon, and throughout the Middle East. He has organized numerous photography exhibitions, including “Vanity Fair Portraits, 1913–2008,” which he co-curated with Terence Pepper, of the National Potrait Gallery, London. Along with Graydon Carter, Friend edited VanitySee More >

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