Written and performed bySpalding Gray

Beaumont Theater

Spalding Gray—the man The New York Times called "the grand master of the first person singular—” returned to New York for his one-man show called MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. Gray's latest autobiographical play caught up with what was new in the life of this celebrated author/performer and so much had happened since he last visited with his show It's A Slippery Slope: he got divorced, re-married, moved away from Manhattan and became a father for the first time. As the title suggests, this 90-minute show covers 24 hours in Spalding's life, from waking up at dawn to the end of a long day as his baby son kicks him to sleep.