Occasionally Nothing (Theater for the New City)
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Occasionally Nothing (Theater for the New City)
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Occasionally Nothing (Theater for the New City) NYC Reviews and Tickets

78%
(4 Reviews)
Positive
75%
Mixed
25%
Negative
0%
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Intense, Great acting, Quirky, Relevant, Great writing

An absurdist drama set in a dystopian near future where words have lost their meaning. 

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942 Reviews | 225 Followers
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Slow, Insipid, Banal

See it if 3 British bunkering in. A Dystopian show? Has some good parts but slow.

Don't see it if A well written play is what you seek.

764 Reviews | 212 Followers
77
Great acting, Intense, Quirky, Relevant, Great writing

See it if you enjoy wordplay, here among three people suffering from isolation amidst bombing that threatens their livelihood. Sometimes some thing...

Don't see it if you want an elaborate set or do not like intense drama with shouting. Read more

211 Reviews | 121 Followers
80
Relevant, Funny, Intense, Edgy, Great writing

See it if Set in a prophetic future, this play centers on 3fam members sheltering from bombing in a grim place where words are less than meaningless.

Don't see it if Well-written&well-acted BUT If you dislike absurdist dramas w repetitions & slow dialogues , then skip this one.U DON'T HAVE 2BUY TICKET!* Read more

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79 Reviews | 35 Followers
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Clever, Quirky, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if Delightful word/language play that morphs seamlessly into a dystopian but still playful story line. Excellent acting.

Don't see it if You expect a more traditionally developed plot and dialogues Read more

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