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Explore Shakespeare's dark side with Tony Award® nominee Patrick Page.
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All The Devils Are Here Tickets

About All The Devils Are Here

Get thee to the DR2 Theatre for All the Devils Are Here, a devilishly riveting solo show written and performed by Tony Award nominee Patrick Page. Get All the Devils Are Here tickets on TodayTix.

Page's commanding, Tony-nominated performance as Hades in Hadestown and more earned him the title "the villain of Broadway" (Playbill). Now, see him play more than a dozen villains from the canon of William Shakespeare. As he transforms into characters like Macbeth and Iago, Page explores how these age-old villains inspired modern literary baddies — and, perhaps more terrifyingly, what they reveal about the darkness inside us.

The devils are here for 14 weeks only — get tickets to All the Devils Are Here off Broadway now.

Run time

90 mins (no intermission)

Start date

September 29th, 2023

End date

March 31st, 2024

Categories

Age

10+

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969 Reviews

DOUG Rob NYC

DOUG Rob NYC

755 Reviews | 421 Followers
95
Refreshing, Great acting, Great writing, Masterful, Absorbing

See it if A masterful production! Extraordinary acting with wonderful direction, lighting & script! Bravo!

Don’t see it if If you do not Shakespeare, you make want to skip this one.

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

588 Reviews | 282 Followers
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Intelligent, Great writing, Great acting, Exquisite, Absorbing

See it if A charming Page takes u on a journey2explore how the Bard crafted his villains. Each has a different face of humanity&its own diagnosable*

Don’t see it if The Bard's language! Although Page's explanations make it much easier.

Patrick M 4

Patrick M 4

1189 Reviews | 343 Followers
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Delightful, Riveting, Great writing, Great acting, Masterful

See it if you enjoy the very best in acting - this is an entertaining and informative presentation superbly delivered by one of the best actors today.

Don’t see it if you are not familiar with Shakespeares characters, are not thrilled with one-person shows or do not enjoy the evil side of things.

XS2211

XS2211

314 Reviews | 187 Followers
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Brilliantly structured, Solo show, Must see, Masterful, Great acting

See it if A master class for performers, Mr. Page going in&out of Shakespeare’s texts, seducing&teasing audience. His voices&physicality shifts with..

Don’t see it if ..such ease&accuracy!! 90min with a talk-back last night, in which he shares his process generously. Oh my we are all mesmerized!!

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Stars on stage

Patrick Page

Patrick Page

All The Devils Are Here cast and creative team

By: Patrick Page, based on the works of William Shakespeare Director: Simon Godwin
Cast list: Patrick Page

Venue

Daryl Roth Theatre

101 E 15th St, New York, NY, USA, 10003

More information about All The Devils Are Here

Shakespeare's plays were groundbreaking in many ways, but the way he wrote villains was a major one. Before his time, most literary villains were less complex — they were almost ridiculously evil, featured in morality plays as the opposite of what audiences should be like. Shakespeare's villains, in contrast, aren't all pure evil. Many are just flawed people whose desires — for love, power, justice, recognition — get the better of them.

Page has a long history with Shakespeare, making him the perfect person to create a show like All the Devils Are Here. He's played such coveted Shakespeare roles as the title characters of Macbeth and King Lear, Claudius in Hamlet, and Iago in Othello, which earned him the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Leading Performance by an Actor.

What to watch for

  • Page's show takes its name from a line in Shakespeare's The Tempest, spoken by the (non-villainous) character Ferdinand. The full quote is, "Hell is empty, and all the devils are here."
  • Page is a veteran stage baddie, and not just in Shakespeare plays. Besides Hades, he's also played Scar in The Lion King, Frollo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and the Green Goblin in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, to name a few.
  • Page has also taken his villanous talents on screen, playing the shady club owner Octavius Kratt in the musical TV show Schmigadoon!
  • Director Simon Godwin heads up D.C.'s Shakespeare Theatre Company, which presented the world premiere of All the Devils Are Here digitally in 2021.

Tickets

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