Pluto (No Longer a Play)
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Pluto (No Longer a Play)
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Pluto (No Longer a Play) NYC Reviews and Tickets

67%
(5 Reviews)
Positive
60%
Mixed
20%
Negative
20%
Members say
Confusing, Entertaining, Ambitious, Absorbing, Funny

About the Show

Superhero Clubhouse premieres this allegory about extinction, in which three humans attempt to give a presentation about the remains of a play that no longer exists.

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Member Reviews (5)

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80 Reviews | 20 Followers
80
Clever, Funny, Absorbing, Quirky, Great staging

See it if You want an odd but surprisingly engaging little show about a show.

Don't see it if You want a traditional play.

69 Reviews | 29 Followers
49
Confusing

See it if ?

Don't see it if If you enjoy your time doing almost anything.

37 Reviews | 45 Followers
70
Ambitious, Profound, Entertaining, Confusing

See it if you're open-minded to a theatrical piece that will certainly inspire conversation. Want to support new work and Eco-conscious theatre.

Don't see it if you demand perfection in acting or execution. You're not willing to work to understand the play (and even then, it may elude you. It did me) Read more

30 Reviews | 12 Followers
80
Absorbing, Confusing, Ambitious, Entertaining, Great acting

See it if You enjoy experimental theatre that has an intriguing and different story, something out of the ordinary that leaves you with questions.

Don't see it if You want a linear script with all the answers to the plot spelled out for you on stage.

9 Reviews | 4 Followers
50
Confusing, Ambitious, Entertaining, Thought-provoking, Edgy

See it if You like experimental plays and existentialism.

Don't see it if You prefer straight forward theater.

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