The Apple Family

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Opened Oct 22, 2013
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Each year since 2010, Tony Award winner Richard Nelson has premiered a new play at The Public about the fictional, liberal Apple family of Rhinebeck, New York. This year, the award-winning ensemble that has come to embody Nelson's fascinating family will be reunited once more as the first three Apple plays triumphantly return, in repertory, along with the world premiere of the fourth and final play in this powerful and timely series.

These plays about family, politics, change, and the way we live today burst with remarkable immediacy. Each of THE APPLE FAMILY PLAYS originally premiered on the night on which it is set. In THAT HOPEY CHANGEY THING, the Apples reflect on the state of their family and discuss memory, manners and politics as polls close on mid-term election night 2010 and a groundswell of conservative sentiment flips Congress on its head. In SWEET AND SAD (The New York Times, New York Magazine, Bloomberg, Top 10 of 2011) a family brunch stirs up discussions of loss, remembrance and a decade of change. And SORRY (The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Daily News, Bloomberg, Top 10 of 2012) which premiered last fall, finds the Apples sorting through family anxieties and confusion on the day of electing the President.

The fourth and final play in this captivating series, REGULAR SINGING, will open on November 22, 2013 - the 50th Anniversary of JFK's assassination that shocked the world. REGULAR SINGING is a Public Lab production.

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NEWS

The Public Theater and THIRTEEN Productions LLC to Film Richard Nelson's The Apple Family Plays for TV - Dec 12, 2013

Richard Nelson's Regular Singing Opens at the Public Theater - Nov 25, 2013

Regular Singing - Nov 23, 2013

The Apple Family Returns in The Public Theater's Regular Singing - Nov 20, 2013

Stephen Kunken on the Pride of Joining The Apple Family and the Insecurities of Being an Actor in New York City - Oct 25, 2013

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