Monsoon Season
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Monsoon Season

Monsoon Season NYC Reviews and Tickets

(76 Ratings)
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Great acting, Entertaining, Funny, Absorbing, Clever

About the Show

All for One presents this new dark and twisted romantic comedy about a recently separated couple whose lives are spinning out of control.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (76)

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302 Reviews | 87 Followers
Must see, Poignant, Great writing, Great staging, Great acting

See it if you appreciate solo successive male/female expression of disorientation, despair, emotional growth, self awareness from marital separation.

Don't see it if you prefer large cast/sets, multiple acts, light comedy, or musicals, are disturbed by enactment sexual activity/drug abuse/violence/blood. Read more

475 Reviews | 59 Followers
Perceptive, Relevant, Excellent direction, Insightful writing, Superb acting

See it if you favor serious themes presented with perception about people unraveling under psychological stress with fabulous acting/writing/directing

Don't see it if you favor "light" entertainment & dislike depictions of characters that are very pitiful, sad & suffering as they try to navigate life.

394 Reviews | 34 Followers
Great writing, Great acting, Entertaining, Absorbing, Clever

See it if You want to see a wonderful play that makes you feel that you really know and care about the characters

Don't see it if You don’t like one man shows. Actually there’s no reason not to see this terrific play.

87 Reviews | 26 Followers
Great acting, Entertaining, Absorbing

See it if want to see a great show. One of the best sets and lighting design I've seen all season

Don't see it if No reason not to Read more

131 Reviews | 16 Followers
Not-so-much on the book, Excellent staging, Brilliant acting

See it if you want to see two actors take every risk and embrace very difficult roles - believably.

Don't see it if the exploration of dysfunctional relationships is not your cup of tea. Read more

63 Reviews | 5 Followers
Intense, Funny, Great staging, Great acting

See it if super great acting and a clever narrative split between the diverging perspectives of two characters who are both horrible (and hilarious).

Don't see it if There's some domestic violence and other adult themes. Could be scary for some.

314 Reviews | 186 Followers
Refreshing, Intense, Essentially 2 solo acts, Side a+side b, Dark comedy

See it if same divorcing story, told by husband (Act1) then wife (Act2); riveting acting & accurate directing .. LOVE the ✂️ Flamingo! Surprising end.

Don't see it if Downtown theatre small production;2 gender neutral toilets, long queue may delay the show; 80min no intermission; for fun, not for sense :p

752 Reviews | 145 Followers
Clever, Absorbing, Great acting, Intense, Quirky

See it if Dark and twisted Story, with great acting, about a couple with going thru a divorced that turn in to a Monsoon.

Don't see it if This is very dysfunction people, the F word is use.

Critic Reviews (5)

The New York Times
October 30th, 2019

"In ‘Monsoon Season,’ a Marital Squall Turns Ugly: Bad things happen to bad people in Lizzie Vieh’s comedy, set in Arizona, about a couple who break up, crack up and make up."
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November 6th, 2019

"'Monsoon Season' and the Poor Slobs in the Mirror: Lizzie Vieh's horror-comedy two-hander comes to New York."
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October 31st, 2019

"Vieh's script is extremely clever in its telling two sides of a story completely by separate monologues. The dialogue is real and yet extremely funny, never revealing too much, allowing the audience to piece together what's going on as the actors deliver their lines with impeccable timing and tumult."
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New York Theater
November 3rd, 2019

"Black comedy…clever and merciless, but it is also oddly compassionate…Danny and his ex-wife Julia may be losers who constantly make laughably wrong choices, but they are trying to do right, to be better…ultimately gruesome…but there is humor throughout."
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Off Off Online
October 29th, 2019

"'Monsoon Season' is a strange, funny, and haunting piece, which depicts, with wit and pathos, two lives careening out of control, and yet never takes a condescending or mocking attitude toward its characters."
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