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One Green Bottle
East Village
82

One Green Bottle NYC Reviews and Tickets

82%
(24 Reviews)
Positive
88%
Mixed
12%
Negative
0%
Members say
Funny, Entertaining, Quirky, Great acting, Hilarious

About the Show

This absurdist, gender-bending farce explores our current selfie society’s relationship with consumerism and modern technology through one night in the life of a disordered family on the road to ruin.

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Member Reviews (24)

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57
Indulgent, Fluffy, Excruciating, Edgy, Dizzying

See it if If you like slapstick comedy that is into the absurd.

Don't see it if Thin plot. Absurdity into the ridiculous.

81
Entertaining, Riveting, Absurdist, Funny, Quirky

See it if to witness a masterful mash-up of Noh, kabuki, panto & Beckett in an anarchic, comical & moving farce about selfishness & modern technology.

Don't see it if you don't like absurdist theater or slapstick comedy; you have no interest in Japanese theater.

Critic Reviews (2)

March 4th, 2020

Score: 90%. "I urge you to go, broaden your horizons about what is possible, and be part of something worthwhile that you won't easily forget."
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March 4th, 2020

"It's hardly a stretch for his play to attain universal proportions. That might be easier…for Japanese, given their…mono-ethnic culture…There is…a starker contrast with Japanese tradition than with ours, though the impact of this play is quite timely beyond Japan."
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