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Reconciling (FringeNYC)

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Members say: Clever, Great acting, Great writing, Absorbing, Ambitious

About the show

Part of FringeNYC: What do a Baptist, a bro in handcuffs, and a botched funeral have in common? Find out in this rapid-fire dark comedy where one word has multiple meanings. Broadway Baby called it "ingeniously constructed and eloquently performed...4 Stars." More…

Categories: Drama, Comedy, Local. From The Barrington Collective. Written by Jenny King. Directed by Julia Hinson.

FROM THE ARTIST:
Reconciling explores what happens when an ex shows up at your door step, your best friend betrays you, and the family inheritance in up for grabs. Plus, there's vodka...that always makes things interesting. These three stories play out on top of each other, constantly connecting and crashing into each other in surprising and enthralling ways.

Critics from its world premiere at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival called it "tremendous fun" (Three Weeks) "a dynamic work from an impressive new company" (Ed Fest Mag) as well as "ingeniously constructed and eloquently performed; worth seeing for its structure alone but also for the tales it tells" (Broadway Baby).



August 22nd, 2016
“Hinson’s staging is subtle and seamless, allowing the audience constant opportunities for discovery in small moments...Mixing comedic and dramatic elements, the writing brings heart and sincerity to the characters, and breaks the tension at just the right times. ‘Reconciling’s’ beauty is the kin...
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August 24th, 2016
"In 'Reconciliation,' things go better when each 'play' is running as a separate piece. When the stories impede upon one another, clarity is lost, dialogue is difficult to sort out, and the actors often seem left in awkward positions on the set. It might have been better for playwright Jenny King...
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August 25th, 2016
"What hurts King's play is the complete lack of clarity. Whether it was on her part or on the part of director Julia Hinson, 'Reconciling' tried so hard to be something it could never be…With pauses deflating the acting, the company did what the script prescribed…'Reconciling 'is an example of co...
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August 19th, 2015
for a previous production "These independent stories are told simultaneously…This may sound rather complicated in theory, but in its execution it becomes beguilingly simple and as wondrous as turning a kaleidoscope. Through their studies together the cast has worked collaboratively for some time and this clearly impacts t...
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