We Are A Masterpiece
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We Are A Masterpiece

We Are A Masterpiece NYC Reviews and Tickets

(13 Reviews)
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Great acting, Great writing, Absorbing, Relevant, Resonant

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This drama examines the patchwork families which were formed during the AIDS crisis, when friends and co-workers became brothers and mothers, stepping into the holes that their family members left.

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Supporting each other with kindness, Creating a family of choice, The early days of the aids crisis, Choose to remember

See it if You’d like to learn about or recall the 1980s when our friends were dying and we didn’t know why. Too many deaths and funeral fatigue.

Don't see it if You are under 40 and don’t remember... Oh wait, maybe you should.

The aids crisis revisited.

See it if you believe an earnest drama about the early days of the AIDS epidemic must be seen, even today, if only to help us remember.

Don't see it if you think a play about the "gay cancer"--leavened only slightly by moments of unexpected comedy--might be too depressing. Read more

Critic Reviews (2)

April 13th, 2018

"The production, whose deliberate pacing, scope, and construction make for a Hamlet-length evening, boasts some fun period details...Some of the most emotional parts are the broader, non-character-specific reminders of how horribly people with AIDS were treated during the 80s, but the cast brings an intimate specificity to the individuals impacted...There is a certain kindness...Even characters who are on the wrong side of things don't come across as malicious."
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On Stage Blog
April 16th, 2018

"The play tells a story of death, friendship, and coping with life and with loss, as it hones in on its characters in a very human and in-depth manner, as the plot rotates from character to character, weaving together and ultimately building toward a powerful climax...Wonderfully directed...While it takes some time for the story to build up, the last few scenes of the play are among the most powerful I've seen in recent productions."
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