Dance Of Death Parts 1 and 2
Closed 2h 10m
Dance Of Death Parts 1 and 2
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Dance Of Death Parts 1 and 2 NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Great acting, Intelligent, Great writing, Intense, Absorbing

The first English performance of the two parts of this play by August Strindberg.

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795 Reviews | 216 Followers
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Riveting, Absorbing, Great writing, Intelligent, Thought-provoking

See it if you like family drama to the max - here the dislike between the husband and wife is played wonderfully as is the role of the cousin.

Don't see it if you do not like small stage productions with minimal sets where the actors rearrange them between acts.

645 Reviews | 94 Followers
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Intense, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if you are a fan of playwright Strindberg and want to see one of his best plays, both parts. Acting is good and simple but effective staging.

Don't see it if you are not a fan of Strindberg, or you like characters that are happy or you don't like long plays. This one is 3 hours.

230 Reviews | 123 Followers
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Intelligent, Funny, Intense, Great acting, Great writing

See it if "Dance",true2Strindberg vision of human relations,is set on an isolated isle @the beg ofXXcent. Solid acting esp by the couple& the cousin.

Don't see it if The couple's bickering may be annoying but it is also sharply funny.Play drags on x almost 3h but it's almost two plays in one & worth it. Read more

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