Ain't No More

Ain't No Mo'

The Public Theater continues its 2018-2019 season with the world premiere of Ain't No Mo', written by Jordan E. Cooper and directed by Stevie Walker-Webb.

Performances are staged at the Public's LuEsther Hall.

(Photos by Joan Marcus)

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About Ain't No Mo':

Ain't No Mo' is a vibrant satirical odyssey portraying the great exodus of black Americans out of a country plagued with injustice. In a kaleidoscope of scenes of the moments before, during, and after this outrageous departure, Jordan E. Cooper’s masterful new work explores the value of black lives in a country hurtling away from the promise of a black president. Ain't No Mo' ​is a wildly imaginative and emotionally charged play.

By:
Jordan E. Cooper
Producer:
Public Theater
Director:
Stevie Walker-Webb
Lighting:
Adam Honoré
Sound:
Emily Auciello
Design:
Kimie Nishikawa
Costume:
Montana Levi Blanco
Cast list:
Jordan E. Cooper (as Peaches), Marchánt Davis (as Passenger 2), Fedna Jacquet (as Passenger 1), Crystal Lucas-Perry (as Passenger 5), Ebony Marshall-Oliver (as Passenger 4), and Simone Recasner (as Passenger 3) NOTE: Hermon Whaley Jr. will play the role of “Peaches” on all Sunday matinee performances
Other info:
Hair, Wig & Make-up Design by Cookie Jordan
Ain't No Mo' Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
March 12, 2019
Opening date: 
March 27, 2019
Closes: 
May 5, 2019
MatineeEvening
Monday--
Tuesday-8pm
Wednesday-8pm
Thursday-8pm
Friday-8pm
Saturday2pm8pm
Sunday2pm8pm

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

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Our Ain't No Mo' Review

We live in a racist country in case you had not noticed. And, perhaps more importantly, we live in a segregated city. For all the hue and cry about New York being a melting pot, the races here are tucked into their communities like kids in a nursery. If you don’t believe me go to any restaurant below 115th street and count the people of color. If restaurants are not your thing, try the theatre... Read more