Very little information is shared with theater-goers about “Privacy” before you enter the theater. We know it’s got something to do with technology and our relationship to it. We know we’ll be encouraged to leave our phones on during the performance. Most of the audience enters the Public Theater’s Newman Theater knowing nothing beyond these few facts. It was enough to get us to buy tickets, but does it guarantee an enjoyable night?
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The bad news is that tickets for “Privacy”, currently running in New York City and starring Daniel Radcliffe, are sold out. The good news is that if you missed out on seeing the show, you can still see Radcliffe live, in person, discussing the themes of the play as part of the Public Theater’s Forum series – and tickets are still available!