As Long As it Lasts
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As Long As it Lasts

As Long As it Lasts NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Reviews)
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Quirk in a bathtub, Quirk with bingo, Funny, Quirk in 60 minutes, Indulgent

About the Show

In this solo piece, Eileen is a post-menopausal, Buddhist divorcee with 100 stories to tell about love, loss, her guru, her psychiatrist, marriage, divorce, dating, and her search for a happy ending.

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677 Reviews | 150 Followers
Immersive, Refreshing, Indulgent, Clever, Funny

See it if you enjoy intimate 1-person shows culled from the performer's own life, playing Bingo based on which stories she tells: love, divorce, dates

Don't see it if you expect a full plot, don't like gimmicks like bingo, odd story titles, surface glimpses at her life, 1-person shows, audience involvement

450 Reviews | 126 Followers
Quirk in 60 minutes, Quirk with bingo, Quirk in 100 episodes, Quirk in a ballgown, Quirk in a bathtub

See it if solo shows told in Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind fashion, of menopausal mastery, and dance movement, would float your boat

Don't see it if quirky solo shows with bingo and chocolate kisses would scare you away from entering the theatre space

Critic Reviews (1)

New York Theater
January 22nd, 2020

"The idea apparently was to get through all 100 phrases on the blackboard in an hour. What Kelly said for most of the phrases lasted way less than a minute and would be hard to describe as a story. She changed her outfit a few times. She looked as if she was having fun."
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