Charlie and Sharon
Closed 1h 30m
Charlie and Sharon

Charlie and Sharon NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Reviews)
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Absorbing, Great acting, Intelligent, Ambitious, Intense

About the Show

Mississippi Mud Productions presents a fantastical, tragicomic haunting between Charles Manson and Sharon Tate after her murder at the hands of his followers.

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506 Reviews | 1002 Followers
Great acting, Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Intelligent

See it if you want to see two great actors adding to and subtracting from an imaginary script. Note; Austin Pendleton can do no wrong

Don't see it if you do not wonder about the whatifs and whys of a mass murderer (or not) ........... The Talk-back is wonderful

64 Reviews | 10 Followers
Absorbing, Ambitious, Great acting, Intelligent, Intense

See it if You have any interest in Charles Manson, Sharon Tate or neither! Amazing performances and excellent, original writing. One of a kind.

Don't see it if No reason not to see it.

Critic Reviews (1)

Front Row Center
June 4th, 2016

"Ninety minutes of unrelenting drivel…This is not to say that the performances are poor; they are not…He’s convincingly crazy; she’s every inch the self-involved, working actress. Their conversations often feel spontaneous...There are laugh lines—though much of what’s funny may well be unintentional…There is nothing in Manson to be redeemed and there is little in Tate to connect with...There is no point here. We don’t get anywhere."
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