The Witch of St. Elmora Street
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The Witch of St. Elmora Street
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The Witch of St. Elmora Street NYC Reviews and Tickets

97%
(4 Reviews)
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Members say
Clever, Entertaining, Delightful, Riveting, Funny

About the Show

Wolfpack Theatrics and Dark Matter Productions present a new dark comedy exploring love, heartbreak, and witchcraft within an Italian-American family circa 1987.

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Member Reviews (4)

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5 Reviews | 5 Followers
95
Clever, Delightful

See it if Enjoy off broadway

Don't see it if You want to miss a good show

1 Review | 6 Followers
100
Delightful, Entertaining, Clever

See it if Brilliant and captivating. Draws you in from the beginning to the end with clever situations and realistic characters.

Don't see it if Just see it

1 Review | 2 Followers
99
Entertaining, Masterful, Riveting

See it if You want to laugh and have a throught-provoking evening.

Don't see it if You don't want to be entertained.

1 Review | 2 Followers
100
Enchanting, Entertaining, Funny, Great acting, Clever

See it if You want to be entertained by a truly exceptional cast delivering believable, witty dialogue.

Don't see it if You recently moved to China and can't afford airfare back.

Critic Reviews (3)

Theatre is Easy
December 15th, 2016

"Director Emilyn Kowaleski’s interpretation is thorough and nuanced, exploring both the characters’ larger-than-life ridiculousness and their vulnerability…The utterly heightened and deliciously ridiculous style of storytelling sets the tone perfectly…With its twists and turns, Merlo's script will surely keep folks on the edge of their seats…'The Witch of St. Elmora Street' is a comedy that has the power to tear your heart apart before you have a chance to escape its charm."
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Stage Buddy
December 6th, 2016

"This story transforms into a kind of modern folk tale, which, as many good folk tales do, provides a coping mechanism for hard times…There are moments when ‘The Witch of St. Elmora Street’ seems to be stretching itself a bit too far, but one of its finest qualities is that it frequently achieves a nearly grotesque clownishness without depriving its characters, or its audience, of a sense of realness in their sentiments and actions."
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Plays to See
December 7th, 2016

"Despite some scenes that tend to drag a little, 'The Witch of St. Elmora Street' is packed with an impressive cast who bring to life characters utterly alive and sympathetic. Completely at home in their sometimes outrageous, sometimes sobering characters, it seemed to me that every actor gave their all… Merlo’s creation is both a touching homage to the stranger elements of Italian-American culture and a story of love, heartbreak, and family."
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