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About the Show

There’s a baby in the bathroom, troops on the ground in Iraq, and Christina Aguilera blaring from the speakers. It’s 2003 and the night of the senior prom in 'Okay,' a play by Obie Award-winning playwright Taylor Mac.

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Critic Reviews (2)

May 24th, 2016

"A subversively brilliant production...Each of the seven characters that appear onstage contain archetypal qualities that are beautifully humanized by the layered work of the ensemble. Most of them deliver cleverly written monologues in which they comment about the state of America in the aftermath of 9/11...It’s the end of the world as they knew it...Mac’s writing perfectly encompasses the heartbreak, disillusionment, but also the undefeatable lust for life they feel."
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May 22nd, 2016

"A rare ensemble drama with distinctly developed characters whose journeys complicate, rather than compete with, one another's...Witnessing the prom-goers confront the burdens of confinement, intimacy, and the impatience of waiting for their lives to begin, we are reminded that these intricacies of personal connection never disappear...'Okay' is full of attitude and a lot of fun, and a gentle reminder that there is life on the other side of high school and September 11, 2001."
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