Geist! NYC Reviews and Tickets

(4 Reviews)
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Disappointing, Slow, Confusing, Excruciating, Overrated

About the Show

Horizon Theatre Rep presents a mystery about a group of soldiers caught in an eerie limbo, who perform short plays to pass the time. 

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Member Reviews (4)

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Disappointing, Excruciating, Overrated, Slow, Banal

See it if You need a good nap.

Don't see it if Don't see it.

Disappointing, Slow, Clever, Dated, Cliched

See it if Want to know about history

Don't see it if need to be worked on

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Confusing, Disappointing, Edgy, Indulgent, Overrated

See it if you want to waste almost 2 hours of your time and walk out thinking what is this show about..

Don't see it if don't see it at all...period

During previews
Confusing, Disappointing, Slow, Banal, Excruciating

See it if You made a deal with the devil and want to somehow pay off a little bit of that debt with time you can never get back

Don't see it if You are looking for a good (or even mediocre) show to see. Also directors shouldn't be actors, especially when they can do neither.

Critic Reviews (1)

Theater In The Now
September 20th, 2016

"Never once was the location, time, or reason for these soldiers being in what one can only assume was a bunker in WWI spoken of. Instead they literally went from story to story and it was hard to follow…The ongoing theme with 'Geist' is that the idea was there, but the execution was not. Overall, 'Geist' was not something to see if you like plays that have logical explanations and clear plot points."
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