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Dream Ticket (FringeNYC)
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Dream Ticket (FringeNYC) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(23 Reviews)
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Clever, Funny, Great acting, Entertaining, Great writing

About the Show

Part of FringeNYC: In this political satire, populist Becky Roberts and maverick Les Sugarman compete for their party's presidential nomination—despite a history that wasn’t strictly political. When the media forces them to run together, their dream ticket becomes a nightmare.

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Intelligent, Great writing, Funny, Close to the bone of american politics, Satire that shouldn't close on saturday

See it if want to laugh at the absurdity of our political system, all political stripes equally offended, the ridiculous achieves reality status

Don't see it if can't laugh at the absurdity of our political system & beliefs

Great staging, Entertaining, Refreshing

See it if You like good theatre blended affectively with political satire.

Don't see it if You are't a fan of political satire.

Critic Reviews (2)

August 13th, 2016

"In a theater full of people who are likely sick of hearing about politics, 'Dream Ticket' provides a welcome outlet for our joined frustrations...'Dream Ticket' revolves around the highly comical drama that is so innate to modern conservative politics...What I expected to be a night of satirizing the Republican party pleasantly turned into an exciting, thought-provoking glimpse into the changes all Americans can—and should—make in politics."
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August 27th, 2016

"Bernsten's play is sharp. His writing his quick. His characters are rooted in stereotypes. It works for this piece. While poignancy was present, Bernten's platform was first and foremost to entertain the masses. And he did that. While it have relevancy outside this political climate? That's debatable. Taking on these large personas allowed this company to brave politics through humor...Kristin Skye Hoffman smoothly staged the production, allowing the momentum to rarely falter."
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