Adam Minus Josh
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Adam Minus Josh
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Adam Minus Josh NYC Reviews and Tickets

77%
(55 Reviews)
Positive
85%
Mixed
15%
Negative
0%
Members say
Funny, Entertaining, Clever, Relevant, Great acting

About the Show

This new comedy about a newly single gay man examines the chaos of gay dating culture, skewers our need for social media, and explores the challenges of navigating an entirely new dating world.

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Member Reviews (55)

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68
Banal, Quirky

See it if A somewhat humorous show about 4 main characters. If you want some laughs.

Don't see it if Show that needs some cutting. A faster paced complete show.

65
Cliched, Slow, Amusing

See it if u yearn for a gay sitcom set in NYC w/all the expected trappings (standard set-up, rapid-fire quips, stock characters, predictable end, etc)

Don't see it if u don't appreciate jokes at the expense of nearly every gay cliche; u seek any deep, profound or original thoughts on coping with a breakup. Read more

Critic Reviews (1)

B
October 27th, 2018

"I just laughed my ass off at a performance of 'Adam Minus Josh,' a potent original comedy about gay dating by Dan Fingerman that's like evolved Neil Simon through a 'Mean Girls' prism...Reid's character is a bit too weird for me when first introduced, but there's more balance to him soon thereafter...The four actors have undeniable chemistry, keeping up with each other at a farcical speed, allowing Fingerman's breathlessly adroit use of language to shine."
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