Blamed: An Established Fiction
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Blamed: An Established Fiction

Blamed: An Established Fiction NYC Reviews and Tickets

(13 Reviews)
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Ambitious, Disappointing, Entertaining, Intelligent, Great singing

About the Show

Part of Soho Playhouse's Fringe Encore Series: This new work combines text, live music, and dance to examine the scapegoating of girls and women throughout mythology, history, and literature.

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912 Reviews | 378 Followers
Entertaining, Intelligent, Great singing, Relevant, Thought-provoking

See it if You like shows that do a lot with a little (like Peter and The Starcatcher). Imaginative, lovely songs and seeing things from another view.

Don't see it if You think women should be seen and not heard or if you don’t like using your imagination.

739 Reviews | 208 Followers
Ambitious, Great singing, Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Entertaining

See it if you'd like an entertaining review of some of the women, real and fiction, who have gotten bad rap. It's a fun look with a talented cast.

Don't see it if you expect a polished production. Some of the staging is very basic and the theater has very tight seats.

563 Reviews | 195 Followers
Indulgent, Excruciating, Immature, Confusing tone, Repetitive

See it if You want to support a young company at the beginning of their careers. You're interested in stories about women in history & fiction.

Don't see it if You want a well-crafted play. The stories lack depth & are identically told. The old-timey look was confusing & the cast was too smiley. Read more

332 Reviews | 87 Followers
Ambitious, Disappointing, Good natured, Amateurish

See it if You’d like to support the Fringe Encore Series, now in its 12th season, or if 45 minutes of upbeat enthusiasm is enough for you.

Don't see it if You're expecting a plot, a polished show or experienced performers. Read more

296 Reviews | 103 Followers
Ambitious, Disappointing, Slow

See it if You want to support Soho's Fringe series. You have a friend in the cast. You don't see downtown theatre, so shadow puppetry would impress.

Don't see it if You want a sharp show without fluffy dance. You want a piece that lives up to its premise. You want thoughtful transitions.

201 Reviews | 86 Followers
Ambitious, Disappointing

See it if despite a spirited performance by the young cast, this play feels like a work in progress.Original idea that becomes repetitive and dull.

Don't see it if see it to support young talent,new artists, and the producers of the Fringe Encore Series

166 Reviews | 23 Followers
Ambitious, Unsatisfying, Creative

See it if you like unique Fringe festival offerings, all-female casts, and theater that creatively utilizes shadow-work and paper cut-outs.

Don't see it if you prefer shows with typical narrative structure (this is very vignette-based) or are expecting it to live up to its premise. Read more

124 Reviews | 19 Followers
Ambitious, Amateurish, Crowded staging, Entertaining, Promising

See it if you want to support Fringe shows without expecting too much. With its several vignettes, you are sure to like at least some of them, I hope.

Don't see it if you do not want an all-woman show about women. If you expect polished performances as the show is like a work in progress in cramped space.

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