Autumn Stage (Dream Up)
Closed 1h 25m
Autumn Stage (Dream Up)
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Autumn Stage (Dream Up) NYC Reviews and Tickets

65%
(12 Reviews)
Positive
42%
Mixed
42%
Negative
16%
Members say
Great acting, Confusing, Disappointing, Edgy, Ambitious

About the Show

Part of Theater for the New City's Dream Up Festival: In this existentialist comedy, three spiritually disconnected people take over an outdoor stage in an attempt to tackle their problems. 

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Member Reviews (12)

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67
Disappointing, Pedantic

See it if You like to ponder about the "meaning of theater". You can appreciate a good concept even when it isn't well executed.

Don't see it if You don't like being lectured and would prefer to learn by watching good storytelling.

67
Disappointing, Great acting

See it if non-linear storytelling for the sake of non linear storytelling excites you

Don't see it if you want all of the writing to advance a tale.

Critic Reviews (1)

T
September 8th, 2016

"The script is billed as an 'existentialist comedy about three spiritually disconnected people.' That’s an accurate description, suggesting that this is a play of ideas. Unfortunately there are so many that it becomes, at times, a confusing mess...All three actors bring welcome touches of reality to this fever dream of a night...By the end, the script comes off as a pint-sized 'No Exit.' It is hard to take cosmic concerns seriously through the prism of theater."
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