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Divine Comedy

From 3 member  reviews
Members say: Academically valuable, Absorbing, For the true aficianado, Riveting, Slow

About the show

The Storm Theatre and Blackfriars Repertory Theatre present a pair of heavenly one-act comedies directed by Storm Artistic Director, Peter Dobbins. More…

This co-production is part of an initiative to bring faith-based plays back to the New York City stage. The evening begins with Henri Brochet's 'Saint Felix and His Potatoes,' about an attempted robbery. It's followed by Prosper Mérimée's 'The Coach of The Holy Sacrament,' the comical but true tale of the conflicted romance between an elderly Spanish Viceroy and a young actress in late 18th century Peru.

Member Reviews (3)


Academically valuable, Absorbing, For the true aficianado, Riveting, Slow
Avg Score

Thought-provoking, Slow, Academically valuable, For the true aficianado, Heartwarming

See it if You want to learn a bit about the roots of theatre as we know it. This is a simple story, a bit of a morality play, worth seeing if you can

Don't see it if Razzle-dazzle in an integral part of your recipe for a good theatre experience.

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See it if you like shows about faith; two short plays;

Don't see it if a disappointing production from this normally on point theater company

Absorbing, Raunchy, Riveting, Hilarious, Great acting

See it if You love Shakespeare and non stop laughter

Don't see it if You are confused easily or don't like Shakespeare

October 9th, 2016
“The problem is the fact that they are directed too leisurely and, consequently, do not generate any laughs, fatal for comedies. The rhythms of both plays seem much more formal and genteel than they need to be. The short, curtain raiser plays like an extended anecdote, while the longer, more famo...
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