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Fear of Oatmeal
East Village
70

Fear of Oatmeal NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Slow, Thought-provoking, Funny, Confusing, Enchanting

About the Show

Set in Brooklyn in the post-Depression era, this new drama tells the story of an old Native woman, Nelly and her house, where she is surrounded by the detritus of the generations who came before her.

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Thought-provoking, Confusing, Funny, Enchanting, Slow

See it if You are interested in Native American experiences, music, art, and storytelling.

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Critic Reviews (1)

T
June 18th, 2018

"Not a show for everyone and certainly not for those with an Aristotelian focus on plot. It’s not a plot-heavy work, being much more about capturing a feeling, which it certainly does...The show is timely in addressing not only the ways that gentrification affects working-class communities, but in considering the lives of the elderly within those communities...Performances are strong and visuals compelling in this work, even if the final product is a little rough around the edges."
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