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"It’s a style that grows on you. 'Longyarn' is rendered in a language that has its own hypnotically repetitive rhythms and mash-up vocabulary. The work’s debt to Beckett is forthright, but it translates the bleak comedy of that Irish master into an exuberant American vernacular that even has room for optimism." Full Review
"At the end of the deliciously odd 'LongYarn,' an audience member turned to the fellow next to her and said, eyebrow raised, 'Well…welcome to New York downtown theater.' You bet, baby! his is what it looks like—or, at least, this is what it looked like before Banana Bag & Bodice left town a year ago. Now that they're back with a show, the world is safe again for deranged, profane, language-drunk gorgeousness." " Full Review
See it if you are happy seeing anything at all at the wonderful little Bushwick Starr, even something badly written and acted...
Don't see it if you have a low tolerance for poor acting and writing, jarring shifts in storyline, inconsistent characterization