Dads, Dates and Other Disturbances
Closed 2h 15m
Dads, Dates and Other Disturbances

Dads, Dates and Other Disturbances NYC Reviews and Tickets

(8 Reviews)
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Ambitious, Long, Confusing, Entertaining, Great acting

About the Show

The Greenhouse Ensemble presents this new work featuring a sprawling cast of 17 playing an absurd assortment of characters.

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Great acting, Refreshing, Entertaining, Long

See it if Short stories people handling what happens in their life, funny/sad movements in life that can happen to anybody.

Don't see it if if you know musical or one story. This was a 2h 30m show

Entertaining, Great acting, Great writing, Thought-provoking, Great staging

See it if You are open to be entertained by some very good performers dealing with situations. You want to see good work in a small space done well.

Don't see it if You are not open to something different. You don't want to see an interesting, different type of performance.

Critic Reviews (1)

Theatre is Easy
March 27th, 2018

"The live performances are much easier to engage with than the videos...Director Hazen Cuyler directs all the pieces with heart and care. I was perplexed, however, by his choice to include four additional flats in every scene, each carried on and held by an actor for the duration of the scene...Tangredi’s work is extremely original and not at all familiar. But because every piece is extremely serious, the program screams out for an innocuous premise and some lighthearted jokes."
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