Rosemary and Time
East Village

Rosemary and Time NYC Reviews and Tickets

(1 Review)
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Great acting, Refreshing, Great writing

About the Show

Based on a true story, this new drama centers around two women working side by side in a school infirmary, who discover a startling truth about one another. 

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Great writing, Great acting, Refreshing

See it if you are in the mood for a well written drama that centers around women.

Don't see it if you would rather see a musical.

Critic Reviews (2)

February 17th, 2018

"An interesting story, but it is severely lacking stakes...There’s always a way to keep the audience on edge, but when everything floods in at the end, we’ve already been pushed aside...When bits felt forced in the text, you could tell there was a struggle to make it work...Grimes does a sensational job...Her portrayal is honest and raw...A play of great potential...There is a story. But it needs some time before Rosemary’s tale is ready again. A bit of finessing and a little less tea might do the trick."
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February 11th, 2018

"It’s a compelling concept for drama, to be sure, and there are moments in the play that I enjoyed. I only wish this play had been more successful at staying focused on that crucial aspect of the plot...It drags on at certain points, over the course of two hours, treating the audience often to what felt like unnecessary dialogue...Under the direction of Kathy Gail MacGowan, the staging is very clean and orchestrated wonderfully."
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