Nora Goes 2 Space, Motherfuck*r!
Nora Goes 2 Space, Motherfuck*r!
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Nora Goes 2 Space, Motherfuck*r! NYC Reviews and Tickets

72%
(3 Reviews)
Positive
67%
Mixed
33%
Negative
0%
Members say
Ambitious, Edgy, Resonant, Confusing, Quirky

About the Show

3LD presents Kev Berry's solo examination of the role of 'housewife' in the past, present, and future, as seen through the eyes of Nora from Ibsen’s 'A Doll’s House.'

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Ambitious, Edgy, Resonant, Confusing, Cliched

See it if A deconstructed version of Ibsen's A Doll's House via a frustrated 1950's housewife Gender roles & identity thrown into pop karaoke blender

Don't see it if A little confusing if not familiar with source material Kev Berry is Nora in drag (crinoline prom dress & heels) & sings his/her heart out

76
Clever, Great acting, Ambitious, Edgy, Quirky

See it if You appreciate one person shows, drag, ambitious attempts to deal with gender issues, clever staging, talented new-comer, Kev Berry.

Don't see it if Experimental theater leaves you cold, or if you prefer lighter less demanding material presented in a more linear and less cerebral manner.

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Ambitious, Great staging, Disappointing, Indulgent

See it if you're interested in Ibsen, drag, and solo performance. If you want to experience early work of ambitious new drag/solo performer Kev Berry.

Don't see it if you hate experimental theater, drag or solo performance. If you hate Ibsen or expect a strong emotionally resonant narrative arc. Read more

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