After an initial run of sold-out audiences and standing ovations, Room 4 returned to The PIT for an extended theatrical run beginning on September 6th, where it was a New York Times critic's pick.
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"POWERFULLY FUNNY... 'ROOM 4' IS A TIMELY AND ENJOYABLE SERIES OF ENLIGHTENED LAUGHS AND WORTHY IDEAS, AND A DEEPLY NEEDED CATHARSIS THAT ONLY SOMETHING LIKE LIVE STAGED COMEDY CAN PROVIDE."
The Academy Awards has a race problem. It’s big. But the four black actors in Room 4 aren’t particularly concerned with that, because they have a much bigger problem at hand. They’ve just realized they’re stuck in a time loop, auditioning for the same “Drug Dealer #2” role over and over. What once felt like a messed-up metaphor has become a literal existential nightmare. Get them out of there.
Marina & Nicco’s new play, Room 4, is like “Waiting for Godot” meets “A Chorus Line” meets “Groundhog’s Day” meets “the real-life experience of virtually every black actor in America.”
It’s funny, but a little angry, but mostly funny.
Friday, October 28th @ 7pm (ticket link to follow shortly)
Friday, November 11th @ 8pm (ticket link to follow shortly)
Sat, November 12th @ 5pm (ticket link to follow shortly)
Sun, December 4th @ 5pm (ticket link to follow shortly)