6 Actors in Search of a Character
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6 Actors in Search of a Character
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6 Actors in Search of a Character NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Members say
Funny, Absorbing, Ambitious, Edgy, Clever

About the Show

Part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, this new comedy is a parody of Pirandello's famous metatheatrical play, 'Six Characters in Search of an Author.'

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7 Reviews | 2 Followers
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Funny, Great singing

See it if Really good for other people

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6 Reviews | 1 Follower
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Absorbing, Clever, Ambitious, Great acting, Edgy

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Critic Reviews (2)

T
July 21st, 2015

"'6 Actors in Search of a Character' attempts to be a comedy set out to prove the notion that there is no reality in theatre. But, instead, tells a random, un-relatable plot that twists and turns and leaves the audience more confused than ready to question the true nature of a play...'6 Actors in Search of a Character' would have more of an impact if the script had underlying consistency. Due to an overuse of edgy material, the play loses focus."
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O
July 18th, 2015

'"6 Actors in Search of a Character is a veritable Acting 101 class that goes through all the familiar tropes of theatrical tradition...Writer-Director Ed Eriksson is clearly working with some big ideas and does his best to keep the action on stage coherent enough for the audience to follow. I found myself wishing that his youthful company would have taken things a bit more seriously in order to really sell the comedy."
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