In This Moment

In This Moment NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Reviews)
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Ambitious, Absorbing, Clever, Entertaining, Great acting

About the Show

Theatre for One presents a new series of free, five-minute solo plays by renowned American playwrights that are performed for one audience member at a time. 

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166 Reviews | 27 Followers
Powerful, Moving, Unique, Profound, Absorbing

See it if Re: Deja Vu. A must see. Unique and powerful. The plays are great; the experience sublime. Fuses playwright, actor, & audience (of one).

Don't see it if Felt initially uncomfortable and oddly vulnerable, but push through for a singularly rewarding and ultimately emotional experience.

448 Reviews | 88 Followers
Great acting, Entertaining, Clever, Absorbing, Ambitious

See it if Saw Deja Vu at the Signature lobby and was AGAIN very impressed with Theater for One. Fun experience and personal experience.

Don't see it if Don't like an intimate one-on-one theatrical experience. Are self-conscious. Read more

104 Reviews | 103 Followers
Refreshing, Ambitious

See it if wonderful concept. challenged and reinvented the intimate relationship b/w the performer and the sole audience member. sharp monologues.

Don't see it if the quality may vary among plays. no reason not to spare five minutes for this unique and affordable (free!) experience.

Critic Reviews (2)

The New York Times
November 30th, 2016

"Theater for One boils the live experience down to its essence: the relationship between performer and audience, face to face. The forced intimacy can be exhilarating, and it can be terrifying. At times, I wished I could avert my eyes, but looking away felt rude. No wonder people hide behind their phones nowadays: This communication business is tough."
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New York Magazine / Vulture
November 7th, 2016

"A rotating repertory of short plays is presented in the uncanny confines of what amounts to a kind of confessional...I saw two of them...Both plays were lovely and beautifully performed; seeing terrific actors up close is one huge appeal of the booth. There is also the appeal (and inescapability) of private storytelling...For me, that intimacy breaks down any resistance one might muster against the essential nature of theater...The experience leaves you feeling more human."
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