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210 Amlent Avenue

Members say: Ambitious, Entertaining, Original, Indulgent, Confusing
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Part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, this new musical is a family drama set in the Hamptons about a retired actress whose family secrets come to light over the 4th of July weekend.

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Mrs. Jordan is a retired actress hosting a get-together for friends to pay their respects to her recently-deceased husband, the famous Broadway director. Guests are gathering at the old Jordan estate at 210 Amlent Avenue for Fourth of July Festivities, when an unexpected guest arrives. Judah, a young poet and friend of the family, will soon ignite a firestorm of events. In his search for the truth about his own dead parents, he will unearth long-kept secrets that will lead to unexpected consequences.


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Ambitious, Quirky, Confusing, Disappointing, Cliched

See it if ONLY if you are a Susan-Lori Parks fan.

Don't see it if if you are looking for a sincere telling of this sad piece of Black history.

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Original, Absorbing, Refreshing, Indulgent, Entertaining

See it if You enjoy musicals about family dysfunction and fallen divas.

Don't see it if You want a happy ending.