Closed 1h 15m
Life Masks
East Village
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Life Masks NYC Reviews and Tickets

77%
(6 Reviews)
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Entertaining, Thought-provoking, Great acting, Absorbing, Clever

About the Show

Theater for the New City presents a trio of new shorts celebrating the idea that you're never too old to fight for what you believe.

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Delightful, Entertaining, Funny, Great writing, Relevant

See it if You are interested in a mature play, talking about relevant things that mature folks deal with. Want to get some laughs and do some thinking

Don't see it if You don't like simple staging. You are not interested in what mature folks deal with in the dating and acting world.

70
Entertaining

See it if short plays about acting and old age interest you. Good acting. Well written.

Don't see it if Short plays about acting and age don't interest you.

Critic Reviews (1)

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September 29th, 2016

"Performer/playwrights Lorinne Vozoff and Eduardo Machado contemplate the vicissitudes of age in three one-act plays...There is one line given to Duse which rings of contemporary truth and was delivered with great conviction by Vozoff: 'They don’t write parts for women in their 70s.' These three one-acts try to rectify that lack and are worth seeing for that reason—and the fact, that they render a vigorous image of what parts for older actors can contribute to the theater repertory."
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