New York Theatre Workshop presents a musical about how Abigail and Shaun of the folk-rock duo the Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that unleashed their fear of mortality. Previously seen at the Under the Radar. More…
A folk-punk dream like you've never experienced. Shaun and Abigail Bengson's 'Hundred Days' unleashes an exhilarating and raw story about embracing uncertainty, taking a leap, and loving as if you only had a hundred days to live.
See it if you like simple settings that enhance the storytelling. Lovely music and singing - all from the heart, reminding you that life is special.
Don't see it if you want a lot of characters and a 'play'. This is more like a concert but one with great music.
See it if you love rock and folk music and enjoy possibilities and fantasy and hope. you appreciate exceptional talent.
Don't see it if you prefer straight drama or comedy or if you dislike rock and or folk music.
See it if You like indie music (some people complained it was loud, but I had no problem) and want too see a crossover concert / show.
Don't see it if If you are expecting a convention musical, or need to understand every word in order to follow the drift.
See it if you enjoy concert-musicals, you want amazing songwriting and singing, you want bare-bones storytelling, you want to witness amazing lighting
Don't see it if you want a piece of theatre that feels 'finished,' you care for 'plot' instead of storytelling and music
See it if you like folk-pop music and shows set in a minimalistic, concert-like setting.
Don't see it if you prefer plot-heavy classic musicals with elaborate staging or aren't a fan of the folk genre.
See it if you want to hear some great music. The singing was beautiful and rocking.
Don't see it if you want a clear story. The story line is weak, with not enough meat to it. Some beautiful music but not enough story.
See it if Essentiallly an alternative folky concert telling a story. But wonderful singing and creative movement/choreography and lighting.
Don't see it if A true story about falling in love and fear of death sounds indulgent or too intimate for you. You want Broadway type music or hate folk.
See it if you want a truly unique theatrical concert experience. The Bengsons are singular talents, and Anne Kauffman's direction is exceptional
Don't see it if you need elaborate scenery/costumes, or a traditional plot to enjoy a show. This is a concert elevated to its highest, most theatrical level
See it if You want to hear a very loud band tell the story of the romance of the leads in the band, you don’t care about storyline or play.
Don't see it if If you expect a cohesive play with music; this is a performance which holds very little interest after the initial few minutes
See it if you like to hear live music with interesting arrangements and harmonies.
Don't see it if you are looking for a traditional show. This is more of a concert with talking.
See it if You like indie folk-rock and are open to a concert + storytelling format. You heart hipster love stories and questioning existence.
Don't see it if You are expecting actual theatre, you believe that theatre should have stories that matter, you don’t like indie folk rock.
See it if You'd like to spend a relaxing and ultimately emotional 90 minutes with a sweet couple singing about their marriage and its vulnerableness.
Don't see it if You like theater with more bite and a larger scope. Are turned off by emotional appeals for empathy for possible immanent death that isn't.
See it if you like an alt folk rock experience about a different love story
Don't see it if You want to be constantly stimulated, there are lull periods
See it if as performer Abigail (of The Bengsons, Abigail & Shaun)would probably say, what other choice do you (we) have but to see this wonderful show
Don't see it if you do not enjoy rock music splendidly performed.
See it if You appreciate concert-style or concept album musicals where the medium is almost as important as the message.
Don't see it if You prefer a more traditional, straightforward musical with an easy-to-track plot.
See it if You wish the average concert had more melodrama, or you're obsessed with Jo Lampert
Don't see it if You're not interested in a self-indulgent concert/musical/thing that doesn't amount to much of anything
See it if This show feels like a heightened night of cabaret and it's a totally engrossing and worthwhile evening. The performances are great!
Don't see it if If you don't like good music or just want to see trash like Miss Saigon you won't like it. No costumes and no dancing to speak of.
See it if you remember concept albums, enjoy excellent singing and committed performers. Also, if you appreciate lighting
Don't see it if you are looking for a traditional play
See it if You love great live music on stage, you can just sit back and listen to accoustic folk rock, you love to watc passionate musical performance
Don't see it if You are looking for, spectacular visual effects, giant crazy sets, a multi acted out story.
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