Closed 2h 30m
Fuck Marry Kill
West Village
65

Fuck Marry Kill NYC Reviews and Tickets

65%
(33 Reviews)
Positive
58%
Mixed
21%
Negative
21%
Members say
Ambitious, Great acting, Intense, Raunchy, Great staging

About the Show

Less Than Rent Theatre presents the world premiere of this Jacobean revenge comedy set in suburban Connecticut.

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Member Reviews (33)

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56
Painfully long, Excruciating, Entertaining, Indulgent

See it if There's a nugget of a good idea buried in 90 extra minutes of self-indulgence. Acting is solid given the writing​ they were given.

Don't see it if 3hr10min of teen angst and a shallow plot. Read more

53
Banal, Excruciating, Slow, Ambitious

See it if This was a touch hang. The dialogue was painful to hear and at 2:45, it was about an hour too long. Some solid performances, but still...

Don't see it if You are looking for a solidly constructed show. You can’t relate to adolescents.

Critic Reviews (1)

October 31st, 2017

“Vicious teenagers do battle in modern-day Connecticut in James Presson's Jacobean-style revenge comedy, directed by Sash Bischof...The show begins with promising stylishness, but despite a talented and attractive young cast, it unravels completely just as the noose should be tightening. What might have worked fine in 90 sleek minutes is tortured out—stretched on racks of banality, glibness, and total implausiblity—into three exhausting hours.”
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