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Natalie Menna × 3

From 3 member reviews
Members say: Great acting, Relevant, Funny, Great writing, Entertaining

About the show

August Strindberg Rep presents an evening of three short one-acts by resident playwright Natalie Menna. More…

The evening includes "Hiroshi-Me, Me, Me," "Montana," and "Pause." The first two are comedies about narcissism; the third is a Pinteresque play about a middle-aged couple. This triple-bill alternates with "The Father" by August Strindberg.

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Relevant, Great acting, Funny, Entertaining, Disappointing

See it if You follow Natalie Menna as a playwrite, you want a night of off off Broadway in a small venue, can laugh at narcissism, great acting

Don't see it if you are seeking lengthier plays, want something meatier or want one plays vs. 3 shorter ones

Also The first two plays of this trio were very short - more like sketches.... Read more Read less

Thought-provoking, Relevant, Intelligent, Great writing, Great acting

See it if You haven't seen Natalie Menna's plays before. See if you have seen Natalie's plays before. These are pearls.

Don't see it if you can't laugh at narcissism.

Also The three plays triangulate each a different narcissist. "Pause" could... Read more Read less

Riveting, Refreshing, Funny, Great acting, Great writing

See it if You have half a brain and don't mind using it.

Don't see it if You resent listening to what's being said (Natalie Menna writes the best dialog in decades.)

Also "Montana" skewers a narcissist actor on the Hollywood red carpet ... Read more Read less

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