If you want an electric evening of theater, see In the Heat of the Night.  It’s an exciting detective murder mystery story, enlarged by its vivid, shocking portrayal of what it meant to be a Black man in the deep South in the 1960’s.  The play could not have a more dramatic presentation than the production at 59E59 Theaters where the audience, two rows deep, sits on four sides of the square stage.  You can’t get away from the action and — grim as it can be — you don’t want to.

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