Marc in Venice (Theatre at St John's)
Marc in Venice (Theatre at St John's)
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Marc in Venice (Theatre at St John's) NYC Reviews and Tickets

78%
(21 Reviews)
Positive
81%
Mixed
19%
Negative
0%
Members say
Ambitious, Intelligent, Entertaining, Absorbing, Clever

About the Show

Anything but a typical coming out story, this new play is set in three different centuries, where three different men share a name and a pursuit of the truth - and what it means in their lives.

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Member Reviews (21)

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927 Reviews | 379 Followers
86
Romantic, Great acting, Great writing, Entertaining, Ambitious

See it if You like multiple storylines that intertwine, each good on its own but ultimately come together to make one point. Great costumes. Funny.

Don't see it if You can’t follow different stories set in different points in time all taking place at the same time. Very well done but pay attention. Read more

677 Reviews | 150 Followers
81
Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Clever, Absorbing, Ambitious

See it if you like Venice, like a story encompassing 3 time periods from early Christians to Marco Polo to modern gays, enjoy a good story

Don't see it if you expect elaborate scenery, lighting & costumes, don't like gay subplots or religious characters, have no patience for pasted on beards

470 Reviews | 112 Followers
70
Resonant

See it if Show finally gets moving when the tourists get to the restaurant & we meet the gay waiter. It's a tender love story & other plots too.

Don't see it if The first 30 minutes are excruciatingly boring & amateurish, and should be cut. Start the show when the 2 ladies meet the waiter. 2hr20min.

430 Reviews | 114 Followers
74
Romantic, episodic venetian take

See it if Three men in differents eras find challenge and romance in Venice,

Don't see it if quite long with small production values. nteresting history with large cast.

435 Reviews | 61 Followers
90
Relevant, Intelligent, Great acting, Clever, Absorbing

See it if You’re interested in relationships performed in a church which adds to the spiritual effects.

Don't see it if You’re looking for a simple play as 3 difficult stories are interwoven here and requires your attention.

409 Reviews | 61 Followers
69
Slow

See it if 4 plot lines of Marcus the prophet, Marco Polo, closeted Marc, and older woman all facing their fears to see the truth. Religious elements.

Don't see it if Not that gay! Lower budget community theater set and costumes, uneven acting. Plots don't quite merge together as profoundly as expected. Read more

354 Reviews | 199 Followers
66
Fluffy, Quirky, Disappointing, Ambitious, Banal

See it if Francesco Campari as Angelo gave a very convincing & believable performance with this messy direction. The play’s concept had real potential

Don't see it if Since the script was a bit disjointed with weak dialogue as well as, several actors who could not carry their roles. Directing was not good.

240 Reviews | 43 Followers
76
Quirky, Dizzying, Absorbing

See it if you want to see 3 storylines simultaneously...show goes on too long...

Don't see it if you want bog production values...sparse set and costumes...some actors better than others.

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