The Other Day
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The Other Day

The Other Day NYC Reviews and Tickets

(10 Reviews)
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Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Great acting, Relevant, Must see

About the Show

In "The Other Day," after four characters lives intersect, each embarks on a personal journey that will redefine their relationships, and themselves, in surprising ways.

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Critic Reviews (3)
September 21st, 2018

"A play that tends to say or do too much can often end up saying too little. Such is the case with 'The Other Day,' a play in which one development after another keeps cancelling each other out. In the opening scene, which also marks the beginning of their relationship, Mark and Santo don't exactly meet cute, but they do get right to their problems relating to life--and to each other. They are, after all, at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting, divulging their addictions and their problems."
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September 22nd, 2018

“A stunning full-fledged production for the award-winning playwright, highlighting his masterful ability to elevate subtlety to passionate art. In this story of a gay couple who connect through an anonymous substance-abuse support group, Williams gives us a world where even the tiniest sensations have the rush of full-body intimacy...Most striking about ‘The Other Day’ is its universal meditation on love and loss.”
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September 11th, 2018

“Isaack’s Santo is the standout performance...Some of these scenes can feel slightly repetitive, but it’s a minor flaw that detracts little from the power of the story...Luckily, peppered into the script is some necessary comic relief...that let us forget for just a second the despair unfolding on the stage...’The Other Day’ can be seen as a cautionary tale against not facing problems truthfully and openly, but it doesn’t leave audiences despairing; there is room for hope.”
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