A very dark Christmas comedy for the #MeToo era, "The Eight: Reindeer Monologues" offers commentary on workplace harassment, gender politics, and the magic of Christmas. More…
Santa's coming...You'd better watch out! Scandal at the North Pole! accusations, rumors, and all-out attacks are (still) flying fast and furious around the toy shop. Santa himself has been accused of sexual misconduct, and those that know him best have been interviewed to give their account of events. Hear about what happened directly from the horse's - or rather, Reindeer's mouth. Warning: This show contains adult content.
“Goode’s structure is creatively simple...Goode’s writing is unabashedly crude, staunchly politically incorrect and often very funny...This production has assembled a terrific group of actors who each bring their distinctive comic skills to these goofy roles...Benvenuti’s smooth staging realizes the material with fine straightforwardness...’The Eight: Reindeer Monologues’ is riotous alternative seasonal entertainment.” Full Review
See it if You're into topical, socially relevant, theater. Dark, quirky comedy. You enjoy engaging thought provoking plays that also make you laugh.
Don't see it if You are offended by profanity, you don't enjoy seeing the dark side of Santa Clause. Or if you don't like great writing and acting.
See it if You're in the mood for a dark comedy about Christmas and enjoy dark humor mixed in with some pretty serious drama.
Don't see it if you're looking for something lighthearted and you don't like shows with very challenging material
See it if To kill time in midtown before going home. Then again, the Times is only three bucks.
Don't see it if You paid more than the price of a cocktail. Bad reindeer, abusive environments. Rather depressing fare.
See it if You're in the mood for a Christmas themed dark comedy and enjoy a little sophomoric dark humor mixed with some serious drama.
Don't see it if You dislike sophomoric humor and puns. There are some pretty well-trod jokes about "sitting on Santa's lap" in there.
See it if I came to New York City to be a part of a vibrant theatre artist's community. This show resonates because it's challenging material.
Don't see it if Don't see this if you want to be blandly entertained, or desire anything remotely resembling traditional Christmas fare.
See it if You like comedy’s with an edge. Your looking for something different to see this holiday. You want to see an inexpensive great show.
Don't see it if If your planning to bring children under the age of 14. You don’t have a sense of humor.
See it if The playwright is saying something very important about sexual abuse and victim blaming that is at the forefront of our culture today.
Don't see it if TRIGGER WARNING: SEXUAL ABUSE, SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS.
See it if You enjoy dark comedies, quirky holiday humor, seeing the dark side of the north pole. Also if you enjoy topical theatre pieces.
Don't see it if You are offended by profanity, somewhat raunchy adult humor, you don't want to see the darker side of Santa, Mrs. Clause, and Rudolph.
See it if You're in the mood for a fun and entertaining show, enjoy great acting, and listen to people discuss relevant topics in a unique way
Don't see it if You get triggered with stories of mental illness, sexual assault, or reindeer
See it if If you like a little spice in your holiday gingerbread.
Don't see it if You have kids or are easily offended by hot button or “triggering” topics such as rape and mental illness.
See it if you enjoy edgy comedy with #Metoo topics. Thought Phobe Cates' santa monologue from 'Gremlins' was dark. This takes the gingerbread cake.
Don't see it if You have children with you, are triggered by sexual assault, substance abuse, or mental illness.
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