Solo NYC Reviews and Tickets

(4 Reviews)
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Clever, Absorbing, Hilarious, Funny, Entertaining

About the Show

Gabe Mollica's acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe comedic storytelling show about friendship comes to NYC.

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Member Reviews (4)

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1118 Reviews | 293 Followers
Funny, Entertaining, Delightful, Clever, Absorbing

See it if If you like comedy this is a great show. Entertaining on all fronts.

Don't see it if If you want a play or stand up comedy show.

59 Reviews | 14 Followers
Resonant, Hilarious, Delightful, Clever, Absorbing

See it if you love one-person storytelling or stand-up. You love Sondheim, summer camp, or have ever had/lost significant friendships.

Don't see it if you don’t enjoy one-person shows, or if heartbreak (romantic or otherwise) is a triggering subject. Read more

9 Reviews | 2 Followers
Entertaining, Thought-provoking, Hilarious, Absorbing, Clever

See it if you like great storytelling comedy--or you want to tell people that you knew Gabe Mollica before he got famous

Don't see it if you're just expecting stand-up

35 Reviews | 6 Followers
Refreshing, Clever, Funny

See it if you like stand-up comedy and/or storytelling, a light-hearted exploration of male friendship, modern comedy that tells a bigger story.

Don't see it if you prefer a play, straightforward stand up without an overarching narrative, or highly produced performances.

Critic Reviews (2)

Time Out New York
January 20th, 2023

“As much fun as raunchy humor can be, it’s refreshing to see a comedy show with a downright wholesome charm...You’ll leave the show with a smile on your face and maybe even a new resolution: to hang out with a friend and ask them how they’re doing—really.”
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Off Off Online
January 18th, 2023

“ ‘Solo,’ witty yet melancholy, lets playgoers in on the secret as to why this interesting millennial storyteller sighs and smiles—and, also, weeps.”
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