New York. 1978. The cab driver is waiting to take him to the airport. The evening before he travels to Stockholm to collect the Nobel Prize for Literature, Isaac Bashevis Singer - a passionate, brilliant storyteller - recalls a fascinating childhood full of mystery, torment and adventure. A Day of Pleasure
is about more than a young boy growing up in a strange and exotic world; it is about growing up itself. Singer brings to life the vivid characters of pre-war Warsaw, his own character and the human conditions that affect us all.
Cast/Performers Stuart Richman
Company: Useful Donkey Theatre Company
Director: Neil Sissons