News: "The Day I Became Black" Extended at Soho Playhouse Through May 26

Bill Posley in "The Day I Became Black." Photo credit: Daniel J. Sliwa Photography
The Day I Became Black, an award-nominated solo show by Bill Posley (CBS’s The Neighborhood, Netflix’s GLOW), opens on the main stage of the Soho Playhouse on April 25, 2019 after a successful run at the Playhouse's downstairs space. The show, which tackles what it means to be biracial in a white-dominated world, will run through May 26.

The Day I Became Black
Written by Bill Posley
Directed by Bente Engelstoft
April 25-May 26, 2019
Soho Playhouse
15 Vandam Street between 6th Avenue and Varick Street, Manhattan, NYC

Thursdays - Saturdays at 9pm
Sundays at 5pm and Mondays at 9pm (The Mon 4/29 show is at 7pm.)
No performances on 4/21 and 4/22.
Post-show talkbacks follow each Sunday show. Ages 16+.

Tickets are $39. Purchase at or by calling 1-888-596-1027. The running time is 80 minutes.

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