The Topography Between (a New York radio love song) (FringeNYC)
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The Topography Between (a New York radio love song) (FringeNYC)

The Topography Between (a New York radio love song) (FringeNYC) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(4 Ratings)
Members say
Enchanting, Great acting, Ambitious, Absorbing, Beautiful

About the Show

Part of FringeNYC: A surreal love story set in the New York unconscious to a live R&B soundtrack. Rodney and Callisto yearn for each other from a jail cell and city clinic, while forming connections with strangers poised on the brink of revelation.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (4)

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318 Reviews | 61 Followers
Disappointing, Great acting, Intense, Slow, Thought-provoking

See it if You like small cast plays, great-acting, minimal staging, small theatre

Don't see it if You're against interracial dating, homosexuality, music, slow-paced plays

13 Reviews | 3 Followers
Cliched, Ambitious, Unbalanced, Dated, Beautiful

See it if you are patient and don't mind working harder than you may want to to hear and absorb text. And if you care about sexuality race and power.

Don't see it if you want your theater handed to you in easily digestible, totally entertaining, uber-professional, 'where-did-the-time-go?' chunks.

1 Review | 1 Follower
Ambitious, Absorbing, Enchanting, Great acting, Funny

See it if You appreciate realism in your love stories, enjoy story progression through character development and like to read into things at times

Don't see it if You can't appreciate a good love story

1 Review | 1 Follower
Enchanting, Great staging, Intelligent, Romantic, Refreshing

See it if You like love stories and consider New York City a character

Don't see it if Romance and the complexities of society bore you

Critic Reviews (1)

Theatre is Easy
August 17th, 2016

"Director Mimi Barcomi masterfully exhibits the beauty of simplicity...The cast here is stellar. Luke’s portrayal of Rodney is definitely one of the highlights of the production...The language of the play by itself stands up to the test of scrutiny. Playwright Zachary Miceli has a way with words, which he uses to effortlessly pull the audience into the universe of the play...With some trimming, the play will soar and throw even more powerful punches than it already does."
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