Audible has exclusively debuted four new theatre titles originally performed live Off-Broadway at Minetta Lane Theatre. Beginning June 2, Long Day's Journey Into Night, You Are Here: An Evening with Solea Pfeiffer, HEART, and The Cube have all been made available to stream for audiences worldwide.
Directed by Tony nominee Robert O'Hara, Eugene O'Neill's Long Day’s Journey Into Night features husband-and-wife duo Bill Camp and Elizabeth Marvel as James and Mary Tyrone, Tony nominee Ato Blankson-Wood as Edmund, and Jason Bowen as Jamie Tyrone.
You Are Here: An Evening with Solea Pfeiffer was the performer's New York City solo concert debut. Zimbabwe-born Pfeiffer brings together parts from her roles in Hamilton, Evita, and more, and pays tribute to the artists who have inspired her in the show. Find out more about the show with this Q&A with Pfeiffer.
Heart, written by and starring British performer and poet Jade Anouka, explores the process of picking up the pieces through the story of a woman who becomes divorced at age 28 and must face insecurities and self-imposed boundaries to move forward. Along the way, she discovers love where and with whom she least expected. Ola Ince directed the production which also featured scenic design by 2022 Tony nominee Arnulfo Maldonado, costume design by Emily Rebholz, lighting design by 2022 Tony nominee Jen Schriever, and sound design by Fitz Patton.
Finally, Obie winner Adam Rapp's The Cube, an immersive audio-only play about issues of race, privilege, and cultural blindness, rounds out the line-up of streaming recordings now available through Audible.
“Audible Theater is uniquely suited to take risks with shows, bringing new ideas to both the stage and audio,” said Kate Navin, head of Audible Theater, in a statement.
To listen and for more information, visit Audible.com.