See it if you would like to see what a cross-section of young playwrights is up to.
Don't see it if you’re looking for the kind of resolution that can only come with a long play. Read more
See it if If you want 5 one act plays. Two are good, three are fair at best. Some good acting and direction but not a great evening.
Don't see it if If you dont want various one acts that have different topics and subjects. A musical suits you better.
See it if you are a fan of the one-act play. Unfortunately, Series C has the weakest plays, making the evening less than satisfying.
Don't see it if you don't like one-act plays or do not want to sit through an evening made up of 5 unfinished works. This part is very disappointing.
See it if Series C has some strong moments but there's not really one stand-out play. Kate Atwell's Jesus in Manhattan is the most ambitious and
Don't see it if interesting, but at times feels like a Caryl Churchill mash-up or homage and likely needs more drafts to get it to a place where the Read more
"As memorable as isolated moments can be, however, 'Jesus in Manhattan' is too scattershot, the sum of its parts adding up to less than a satisfying whole...The other four plays in the omnibus function better as stand-alones. This does not automatically make them any good, mind you...Ms. Coxe’s awkward dance to Rod Stewart’s 'Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?' is the single funniest thing in the entire show — and eventually comedy gives way to sentimentality. It is not an upgrade."