Holidays In/Coyote
Holidays In/Coyote
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Holidays In/Coyote NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Absorbing, Great acting, Delightful, Quirky, Funny

About the Show

In this new work, a hotel’s non-human inhabitants and the surrounding landscape overtake the narrative, as the forgotten geological, ecological, and indigenous histories of the Great Plains come into focus.

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608 Reviews | 122 Followers
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Clever, Absorbing, Great acting, Funny, Quirky

See it if Hotel with life as describe. The dance of rain storms is excellent. Small casts. This is a 70-minute play that is well worth going to see.

Don't see it if Not a big budget play. If not Open minded, not for you.

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Absorbing, Delightful, Great acting

See it if you want a really memorable, touching, and engrossing story.

Don't see it if you don't appreciate surreal and dreamy moments.

Critic Reviews (1)

Time Out New York
January 25th, 2018

"A super-odd playlet about a Kansas Holidome that reaches consciousness and begins to observe its denizens. Richard Thieriot is purely wonderful as an oilfield lobbyist giving a sweaty presentation about coyote eradication, and the play's geologic time scale-a glacier slowly comes and carries the hotel complex away-strikes a interesting combined note of despair and non-anthropocentric hope."
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