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I Am Nobody
Midtown W

I Am Nobody NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Reviews)
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Quirky, Disappointing, Sophomoric, Improv-esque, Confounding

About the Show

The Tank and Theater of The Apes present this world premiere musical comedy about a man on a quest to destroy modernity, written by Greg Kotis ("Urinetown").

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Improv-esque, Sophomoric, Quirky, Disappointing, Confounding

See it if You enjoy pieces that feel more like improv or devised theatre. You want to support The Tank, one of the crown jewels of NYC theatre.

Don't see it if You have a low tolerance for shows that are utterly silly. You want to hear some memorable songs. Read more

Modern tribulations of mankind... and watch out for the flying barley.

See it if Listening to voices in her head, Naomi drives cross country to help save humanity.

Don't see it if Is technology and our obsession with cell phones ruining mankind? Read more

Critic Reviews (2)

March 9th, 2020

"'I Am Nobody' touches on some of the most important issues facing us, burying them in a blaze of self-regarding silliness. It the most unfortunate thing I have seen in some time."
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March 7th, 2020

"Something of a road movie…plenty of humor…some well-sung songs…not much of a plot, although it does have a few surprises…The biggest surprise might be to those expecting, underneath the Kotis characteristic wackiness, his usual sharp satire and spot-on parody."
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