Untitled Theater Company #61 presents a stage adaptation of Paul Auster's book, a film-noir inspired meditation on the nature of language and identity, wrapped in a mystery. More…
Daniel Quinn receives a phone call. On the other end of the line is a man asking for Paul Auster, private detective. Quinn claims to be Auster and falls down a rabbit hole, meeting a man who grew up without language, the femme fatale who serves as his protector, and a father who may want him dead.
See it if you like Paul Auster, have read the novel & liked it,, enjoy post-modernism. Interesting staging, good acting
Don't see it if you don't want to sit thru 2 hrs of tedium w/o a break, don't like cerebral, post-modernism, don't like Auster
See it if You enjoy the works of Paul Auster, or if you like to get inside the main character's head, where he is several characters simultaneously.
Don't see it if You are unfamiliar with Paul Auster's writings, as it makes the production confusing and hard to follow.