Gabriel: A Polemic
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Gabriel: A Polemic

Gabriel: A Polemic NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Reviews)
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Ambitious, Edgy, A gripping and occasionally funny theological debate on women’s reproductive rights., Indulgent, Clever

About the Show

The Drilling Comedy presents this world premiere comedic drama where four women discuss friendship, faith, fertility, and cheesecake .

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Critic Reviews (2)

Theatre is Easy
March 15th, 2018

"The play is firmly anchored around the dinner table, a risky move considering how stale such scenes can look in the theatre. However, the layout works...Director Hamilton Clancy embraces the realistic dialogue and stages the entire dinner very subtly, allowing the words to be heard. 'Gabriel' presents an honest and relevant conversation with witty jokes and compelling characters portrayed by wonderful actresses, though it might benefit from being shortened."
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March 12th, 2018

"Quite timely. The discursive structure and combative argument among four highly individualized women, laced with humor and pathos, allow for a differentiated view of an explosive topic...Director Hamilton Clancy brought together four superb actors with whom he produced, over an extended workshop process, a tight, well-paced performance of a smart play."
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