Numbness: Chapter 2
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Numbness: Chapter 2
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Numbness: Chapter 2 NYC Reviews and Tickets

79%
(12 Reviews)
Positive
83%
Mixed
17%
Negative
0%
Members say
Edgy, Quirky, Ambitious, Clever, Confusing

About the Show

A tragicomedy of the unfelt in 2 parts: In the post-apocalypse a couple hopes to see their mute daughter, and a plane crash victim waits for the birth of the post-post-post.

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295 Reviews | 123 Followers
50
Quirky, Edgy, Disappointing, Confusing

See it if you relish being let in to a play without a logical narrative and with actors who are certainly extremely agile and enthusiastic.

Don't see it if you're not a fan of theater of the absurd. Read more

46 Reviews | 3 Followers
50
Banal, Edgy, Disappointing, Confusing

See it if If you want to see actors chopping jello with a knife and dispersing water & baby powder while careening about the theater.

Don't see it if Whenever you see terms like "experimental or anarchic" theater, run for the hills. This would be one of them.

Critic Reviews (1)

StageBiz.com
May 5th, 2019

"A quick firing collage of absurdist clues to find your way through the maze of each moment. Reality, rules, linear, logic are to be left at the door...'Black Water' by Sylvia Bofill and 'Yovo' by Robert Lyons are the text trampolines that set the cast bodies to hyper speed. The performers wrap their skin, teeth, sinews and souls around the words like pigs in a blanket...It incites the delicious idea of, 'what rules will you break today?'"
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