Mallorca NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Ratings)
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Delightful, Quirky, Absorbing, Ambitious, Clever

About the Show

Male bonding takes its toll on four guys when a cryptic message from one leads the others on a chase from Manhattan to a seaside escape in this two-act comedy.

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44 Reviews | 17 Followers
Entertaining, Clever, Original, Quirky, Great acting

See it if you like your comedies to be both emotionally-moving and contemplative.

Don't see it if you don't like guys talking about their prostates, and "taking a leak".

3 Reviews | 4 Followers
Ambitious, Absorbing, Delightful, Intelligent, Hilarious

See it if You like a fun, and intelligent story with really attention-grabbing lines.

Don't see it if You dislike Mallorca.

Critic Reviews (3)

Theater Pizzazz
June 11th, 2015

"'Mallorca' harks back to Neil Simon’s classics. It’s a jokey, sentimental story with a moral and a message. If that’s your thing, then 'Mallorca' will be a delight, for it’s an entertaining play with sitcom-esque beats and corny jokes. But if you like your theater to stand out from the stuff you watch passively at home, then it might not be for you."
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Stage Buddy
June 8th, 2015

"The 'Mallorca' storyline is simple and predictable...It’s the acting in 'Mallorca' that saves the day...The play explores interesting territory. But for a comic investigation of bonding patterns among New York City heterosexual males, you’ll do at least as well to watch HBO’s 'Bored to Death,' which explores the theme in a funnier and more sophisticated way."
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June 7th, 2015

"'Mallorca' is not a deeply intellectual piece, but it is funny as hell. Playwright Sheldon Bull is a veteran sitcom writer and his pacing and versatility are evident. Donald Brenner has directed this piece excellently. 'Mallorca' doesn’t break new ground, but it presents men in a fresh, funny and non-stereotypical way."
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