The Tank's world premiere is a genre-warping play about the disconnect between the storytelling of violence and its reality. A mostly true-crime true story. More…
A New York apartment play, 2011, but something’s wrong – terribly wrong. Someone was murdered. And what’s that god-awful sound? Tonight, nightly news investigates. Stay tuned for an exclusive interview with the murderer. Or the playwright. Or the playwright’s murderer.
See it if Fascinating & perverse, confessional & tabloidal, this docudrama of a big city crime personalized leaves one with more questions than not
Don't see it if Absurdist start into lurid police procedural into a jarring conclusion takes lengthy time to sort out Ending more troubling than actual deed
See it if You’re interested in a play that would’ve been called Avant Garde if it had been written in the 60’s, and highly original appeals to you.
Don't see it if You are looking for something polished and perfect. This is experimental and seems to be a work in progress.
See it if Mental illness through storytelling, inside-out and backwards, intertwining an imagined attack with a real one.
Don't see it if You have no empathy for mental illness. You prefer a standard plot with a beginning, middle, and end. You dislike experimental theatre.
See it if you're interested in a triptych of storytelling that blends surrealism and reality.
Don't see it if you don't like intensely emotional dramas or plays that break with traditional structure and narrative.
See it if you like nontraditional experimental minimalist theater with quirky self aware characters.
Don't see it if you like a more traditional show with lighter themes.
See it if See it if you want to see someone make art of a big issue in their life. The show is in several different parts that cohere at the end.
Don't see it if You want a straightforward, linear show in a consistent style.
See it if You are can immerse yourself in multiple content genres during a show. The dialogue is fast paced & very witty,moves from comedy to horror.
Don't see it if You do not enjoy stark talk about a crime and it’s aftermath.
See it if You can wait for the authors explanation of why she wrote the play
Don't see it if you want to understand what’s going on throughout the entire play And can’t wait for the author to explain why she wrote the play.
See it if you want to support a talented new writer and you're willing to sit through clever noodling for an hour to get to an absorbing conclusion.
Don't see it if you want a plot.
See it if you enjoy well-written, well-paced works by young, talented playwrights as entertaining & absorbing as veterans. A well-spent 90 min!
Don't see it if topics dealing with violent crimes are too upsetting. Otherwise it's quite good!