Chroma Key
Closed 1h 30m
Chroma Key

Chroma Key NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Reviews)
Members say
Slow, Quirky, Edgy, Indulgent, Entertaining

About the Show

Title:Point Productions presents this existential gross-out comedy about a woman pulled through parallel universes, and the dangerous things she brings with her. Part of the 2017 Exponential Festival.

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Member Reviews (2)

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172 Reviews | 24 Followers
Disappointing, Slow, Edgy

See it if you want to see a quirky non linear play with hardly any plot; unfunny hipster humor

Don't see it if you don't like experimental theater; you want a structured play that makes any sort of sense.

71 Reviews | 37 Followers
Entertaining, Indulgent, Quirky

See it if you're interested in fringe-theatre or like seeing shows that are strange and outside the norm.

Don't see it if you prefer more traditional shows or are grossed out by gore (used in a comedic capacity).

Critic Reviews (1)

Time Out New York
January 13th, 2017

"Campbell's bizarro-noir returns the most laughs on investment of any show in the city. Does it make sense? Um... Does it go off the rails? Like a runaway train, baby...It's simultaneously brutal, hilarious, disgusting and dumb as two rocks banging together, and dazzlingly clever...Most of the time it moves like a commedia that's been given speed, then acid, then speed again. The actors are tremendous...The kicker is that 'Chroma Key' is not just zaniness, there's craft here too."
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