Quince NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Funny, Thought-provoking, Great acting, Great staging, Enchanting

A 15 year-old wrestles with her queerness, her family and her religion on the day of her quinceañera

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Thought-provoking, Great staging, Great acting, Funny, Enchanting

See it if Immersive, lively, colorful, magical, and engages all the senses. A universal story about community, culture and family.

Don't see it if You’re uncomfortable with people removing their mask to eat or drink.

Critic Reviews (3)

The New York Times
June 10th, 2022

"This play doesn’t dance nearly as much as it wants to, and its ghosts and apparitions (in beautiful masks by Quiroz-Vázquez, Zoë Batson and Courtney Escoto) fit awkwardly alongside the sometimes groan-worthy comedy."
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Theater Pizzazz
June 7th, 2022

"All of these elements work in unison to paint a picture of this beautiful cultural experience in which audiences can participate and have a festive time. 'Quince' is a must-see for the season. A wonderful way to start the summer with a bang . . . and a party, and glitter and music and dancing . . . "
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Exeunt Magazine
June 8th, 2022

"Yes, 'Quince' goes on a little too long (especially if you’d rather skip out on the dance party at the end, because it’s between the audience and the door). And yes, the script can be a little heavy-handed with exposition, especially via the device of the new priest (and some groaner jokes). But the impression one is left with, sneaking through the dance party to the door, is full of buoyancy, love, and celebration: of heritage, of a milestone birthday, of acceptance."
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