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a photograph: lovers in motion
East Village
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a photograph: lovers in motion NYC Reviews and Tickets

64%
(17 Reviews)
Positive
47%
Mixed
35%
Negative
18%
Members say
Great acting, Slow, Ambitious, Disappointing, Entertaining

About the Show

This drama offers a bold and prescient exploration of love within the world of Black creative artists in the waning years of the Black Arts Movement in San Francisco.

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70
Edgy, Quirky, Slow, Great acting, Clever

See it if you want to see Ntozake Shange's work adapted and directed by her sister with nice music compositions and interesting choreography.

Don't see it if you do not like conflict and a central character who uses people to no end. An extremely long first act at almost 2 hours is difficult.

70
Ambitious, Disappointing, Overrated, Great acting, Slow

See it if You want to see top rate acting

Don't see it if If you are patient because it’s slow!

Critic Reviews (2)

February 21st, 2020

"While the play at times seems overheated...the energy and passion of the actors help carry it along...Bayeza has obtained fascinating and full bodied performances from her cast of five, but her technique and blocking still seem somewhat rudimentary.
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February 9th, 2020

Score: 65% "The dialogue is part prose and part poetry and has a lovely richness to it. Unfortunately, it is lost to over staging, music, and dance."
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