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About The Beyoncé

Nodding to Queen Bey but based on the Anton Chekhov short story 'The Fiancé', 'The Beyoncé' is a razor sharp and deeply personal coming-of-age conundrum written by acclaimed playwright Eliza Bent ('Toilet Fire', 'Aloha Aloha'), “this generation's answer to Amy Sedaris: frank, weird and immensely likable” (Time Out New York). With her wedding approaching, Nadia discovers that her heart doesn’t want what it obviously should want: a decent husband and a stable family life. She instead fantasizes about running off to the bright lights of the big city, to the counterculture of self-discovery. Is this a silly daydream or a full-body call to adventure that must be answered?

By Eliza Bent

Directed by Stephen Kaliski

Starring Rolls Andre, Andrea Aranguren, Maggie Low, Jeremiah Maestas, Roger Manix, Rachel McPhee, & Regan Sims

Run Time

1hr, 15min

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Age

13+

A.R.T./New York Theatres, Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre

502 West 53rd Street (at 10th Avenue), New York, NY 10019

Queen Bey + Chekhov

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