Alexandria NYC Reviews and Tickets

(48 Reviews)
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Absorbing, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Great writing, Intelligent

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In a small town in the deep South, two librarians are unlikely friends. When outside forces threaten their safe space, each has to decide what to save: their friendship or themselves.

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962 Reviews | 339 Followers
Ambitious, Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Intelligent, Well-staged

See it if you'd like a powerful clash betw gay rights and Christian fundamentalist dogma. Sophisticated discussion is well-acted. Ending is far-out.

Don't see it if you're looking for lite entertainment. While absorbing and even occas'ly funny, ALEX is about the rise of theocracy and where that c lead us

912 Reviews | 378 Followers
Relevant, Resonant, Great writing, Great acting, Thought-provoking

See it if You want to see a show that feels like it’s written from tomorrow’s headlines. Darkly topical. Smart. Helps you see both sides fairly.

Don't see it if You don’t like to see outside your rose colored glasses. This feels very scary and very real and very much where we’re heading to me.

916 Reviews | 224 Followers
Ambitious, Intelligent, Relevant, Intense

See it if A show about a fundamental Christian and a person who is gay. Recommended, nicely done. The ending is a little crazy. Nice staging good dir

Don't see it if Direction.If you want something lite. If your not into controversial plays.

739 Reviews | 208 Followers
Great writing, Great acting, Intense, Relevant, Thought-provoking

See it if you want a fresh look at the times we are in reflected by a fine cast portraying five very different characters in a small town - wonderful!

Don't see it if you have no tolerance for difference of opinion or religion - these characters are struggling with issues, but know you are missing a gem.

677 Reviews | 187 Followers
Absorbing, Intelligent, Balanced, Thought-provoking, Relevant

See it if to see a sharply dramatized polemic on religious tolerance, cogently enacted by a Christian zealot, his lesbian friends & a wayward gay teen

Don't see it if you're obstinate in your own feelings about gay rights (esp gay marriage) & Christian Fundamentalism; you've had enough of dystopian drama.

668 Reviews | 156 Followers
Political, Ethical, Sharply written, Beautifully played, Thrilling

See it if you’d like to see a play that’s both a polemic & a thriller that looks at the human consequences of the battle of the Evangelicals vs LGBTQs

Don't see it if you do not care at all about the battle of Evangelicals vs LGBTQs. Read more

605 Reviews | 267 Followers
Robust debate between christian fundamentalist and secular lesbians about gay marriage; but ending completely misfires

See it if wonderful grown-up exchange of ideas btwn two opposing sides; initial fair fight showing religious advocate to be reasonable, even loving

Don't see it if consists of 2 many long-winded speeches; playwright puts thumb on scales and shifts tone thru unrealistic ending/see below Read more

584 Reviews | 120 Followers
Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Entertaining

See it if Friends with different beliefs from each other. And things changes

Don't see it if About some people believe in religion and societies coldness and meanest to people who don't fix in their world according to their reglion.

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