Offal Endings

Offal Endings NYC Reviews and Tickets

(6 Reviews)
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Clever, Quirky, Funny, Ambitious, Entertaining

In a world where the suicide hotline has been privatized, two people face off against corruption.

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Member Reviews (6)

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655 Reviews | 129 Followers
Clever, Funny, Entertaining

See it if Dark comedy that is funny with moments.

Don't see it if It was OK, but not for me.

484 Reviews | 130 Followers
Ultimately thought provoking, Disjointed, Suicide vs. living, Commerce vs. care, Dystopian

See it if for the performance of Jon McCormick, 4 thought provoking look at suicide & organ harvesting, 2 C how failed relationships cause despair

Don't see it if U fear examining that which triggers U, less than smooth OOBway staging dissuades U, U want 2 think only happy thoughts

278 Reviews | 75 Followers
Uneven, Entertaining

See it if into a dark comedy about suicide and organ harvesting that is also a rom-com. Some hilarious and touching moments. Natural acting.

Don't see it if while there is an outrageous scene involving a kidney, the dark part is timid as it needs to get back to the rom-com.

10 Reviews | 0 Followers
Quirky, Funny, Confusing, Edgy, Great acting

See it if you like great acting and dystopian themes

Don't see it if you have an issue with strobe lights or are triggered by discussion of suicide Read more

5 Reviews | 0 Followers
Slow, Quirky, Ambitious

See it if this one is tough for me, i guess if you like indie theatre and can forgive a messy ending

Don't see it if you want consistent tone/storytelling Read more

1 Review | 0 Followers
Enchanting, Delightful, Clever, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if you like a smart, funny, well acted, dark comedy!

Don't see it if No complaints Read more

Critic Reviews (2)
January 17th, 2023

Offal Endings is billed as "a dark comedy" but it is more of a drama with some comedic elements. It grapples with complicated subjects and is not always successful. It "reads" better than it plays, which is not to say that it is a bad play, just that it needs more structure in its story development and execution. The topics it touches on are important given the increased commercialization in the delivery of medical care and, more importantly, psychological care in the complex socio-political environment of the present and near future economy. It presents challenging ideas but doesn’t clarify the challenges those ideas represent.
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January 17th, 2023

Shades of Michael Crichton’s paranoiac medical milieu are melded with Paddy Chayefsky’s wild societal prescience, for a thoughtfully entertaining 90 minutes. However, this premiere production is structured as a series of brief scenes, some are too brief and some silent ones particularly at the start seem extraneous. The result is that at times the play comes across more as a film treatment rather than a fully realized stage piece.
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