Already closed | 1h 30m | Brooklyn

Ding Dong It's the Ocean

From 4 member  reviews
Members say: Confusing, Funny, Profound, Ambitious, Quirky

About the show

Jack and Here present this meta-theatrical drama that explores what people manage to find in each other when the world feels past saving. More…

An arts collective gathers to celebrate their director's birthday; fueled by Moscow Mules, the partygoers sprawl across the apartment, decompressing from their ongoing rehearsal process. They speculate about the end of the world. They dance. They nap. As the night unfolds, the play that they are building – about our planet's ailing oceans -- pervades every conversation, until the party guests find they are performing it.

1h 30m | Already closed | JACK (Brooklyn)

Member Reviews (4)


Confusing, Funny, Profound, Ambitious, Quirky
Avg Score

Funny, Edgy, Confusing

See it if you want an uneven experimental play with some profound moments.

Don't see it if you want a linear narrative and a set.

Refreshing, Thought-provoking, Charming

See it if You like experimental theatre and feel powerless in today's political climate.

Don't see it if You want a traditional narrative or something with a big budget.

Also This show is really enjoyable if you just sit back and enjoy the ride,... Read more Read less

Ambitious, Clever, Profound, Enchanting

See it if You love experimental theatre and music. This show is charming but also demands that its audience think hard, and be open-minded.

Don't see it if You want a very traditional presentation of a traditional theatrical narrative.

Confusing, Intense, Quirky

See it if you're interested in experimental theater and the thought process behind the ideation of a play.

Don't see it if you're looking for something more traditional, straightforward.

May 24th, 2018
"The night goes nowhere. That’s probably the point...Nothing really goes according to plan, though planning isn’t one of the playwright Alex Borinsky’s big concerns...It doesn’t entirely work. The party scene is intended as a kind of gift, however poorly wrapped, but the acting often falters and ...
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May 28th, 2018
"The Rady&Bloom production manages to be disorienting on two fronts. We see how nasty we can be to those we love and how that breezy callousness—scaled up slightly—may have doomed the earth...It’s not a roaring success; the too-sweet sentiments at the end don’t live up to show’s bright acidity. B...
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