Divorce Party
Closed 1h 20m
Divorce Party
73

Divorce Party NYC Reviews and Tickets

73%
(3 Reviews)
Positive
67%
Mixed
33%
Negative
0%
Members say
Delightful, Absurdist, Absorbing, Ambitious, Absurdist, surrealist, experimental, independent theatre

About the Show

FRIGID New York @ Horse Trade and Cave Theatre Co. present the world premiere of this absurdist comedy about six college friends who gather to celebrate a recently failed marriage.

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Member Reviews (3)

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410 Reviews | 71 Followers
55
Absurdist, surrealist, experimental, independent theatre

See it if You think about social errors, communication failures, illogical actions, dream-reality blurs, and impossible or meaningless relationships.

Don't see it if You don't like to deal with surrealist and absurdist theatre.

7 Reviews | 3 Followers
100
Ambitious, Absorbing, Clever, Delightful, Enchanting

See it if You enjoy high art

Don't see it if You don’t enjoy theater.

1 Review | 0 Followers
80
Absurdist, Hilarious, Entertaining, Not banal

See it if You like new plays, absurdist works that just get crazier by the minute. You like dark humor.

Don't see it if You don't like new plays or absurdism. Don't enjoy dark humor.

Critic Reviews (2)

BroadwayWorld
April 25th, 2017

“A masterfully crafted show, something so wacky but so rooted in the inward and outward complexities of life (as are so many absurd things) that it encapsulates life as we acknowledge it to be, but are not always so eager or able to share with others…From the ingenious plot to the messed up crew who make it all too real, you are absolutely going to love this show…If the plot isn't enough, the actors who bring it to life are brilliant; the show is really perfectly cast."
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Theatre is Easy
April 28th, 2017

"While Wimmer often goes for absurdist humor, the more realistic and relatable jokes are the funniest ones...Wimmer clearly knows how to write humorous situations and compelling characters, but keeping things a little closer to earth might result in a better, more relatable play. The cast puts their all into the roles, giving the performance a ceaseless energy...There is plenty to like in this production, but those who are not fans of absurdist humor might not appreciate every joke."
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