59E59's 'Summer Shorts' returns for another summer of new American one-acts featuring original plays by the country's top playwrights. More…
Representing some of today's best writing, directing and acting talents, 'Summer Shorts' celebrates theater, summer and the short form. The festival's two separate series offer a diverse range of voices, styles and subject matter. 'Summer Shorts 2015' offers six world premiere one-act plays, presented as two separate evenings of three each. The two series will run in rotating repertory. Playwrights include Robert O'Hara, Lucy Thurber, and Stella Fawn Ragsdale.
See it if if you want to see 3 plays in hour and a half. Brillstein's play was very good, the lst one was so so first one was good. all in all fun.
Don't see it if if you want a play that deals with one subject or entity , if you want something that has been proven through touring first then brought to
See it if you don't mind an uneven mix of 1 pretty good show, 1 pretty bad show and 1 pretty amazing show.
Don't see it if you expect consistently high quality and production values.
See it if You want to see 3 of the best one acts performed in NY this season ! The 3 are totally different in every respect and each is a jewel !
Don't see it if You want to see a full length play. That is absolutely the ONLY reason not to see this trio of terrific dramas ! Each is perfect !
See it if you love new works.All 3 of these short pieces are gems. I look forward to 59E59's Summer Shorts. This trio didn't disappoint.
Don't see it if you don't like shows that make you think while they entertain you.
See it if you would enjoy an evening of 3 very different plays. some funny,. others difficult but all posing important societal questions
Don't see it if You don't want to be confronted with ethical dilemmas, or if you have serious problems with descriptions of rape, murder or racism