See You NYC Reviews and Tickets

(23 Ratings)
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Great acting, Dizzying, Funny, Intense, Confusing

About the Show

In this U.S. premiere from Quebec auteur Guillaume Corbeil, five friends vie for status in a competition over cultural capital, broadcasting every moment of their lives on the internet - but at what cost? 

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Show-Score Member Reviews (23)

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589 Reviews | 142 Followers
Great writing, Intelligent, Poignant, Confusing, Great acting

See it if you want to see a group of very talented actors embrace and dominate an excellent, but very complicated script with a complex theme

Don't see it if a few very bad staging and lighting decisions might make this too complicated for anyone not familiar with the work. Read more

72 Reviews | 21 Followers
Ambitious, Thought-provoking, Intelligent, Great acting

See it if You don't mind being uncomfortable in order to get the message. It is difficult to watch but great acting in difficult piece.

Don't see it if You want a linear story. You just want to be entertained.

277 Reviews | 201 Followers
Gen x or younger, Good acting, Confusing, Dizzying

See it if Loud, confusing, timely, eager, good acting. You will benefit from being in tune with all things relevant to 20-30 year olds today.

Don't see it if You do not care to hear 20 somethings gush about their feelings, problems, reading lists, films, celebs they met.

1146 Reviews | 340 Followers
Great acting, Relevant, Quirky, Intense, Dizzying

See it if you relate to the world of electronics and how they destroy real communications, with rapid speed "likes" & comments that often mean little.

Don't see it if you do not like watching written texts performed at lightening speed as the characters portrayed destruct. I found it to be a tiring exhibit

475 Reviews | 59 Followers
Superb acting, Relevant, Annoying, Boring, Repetitive

See it if you like plays about the extreme narcissism and celebrity worship by the Millennium generation, with non-traditional formats & great acting.

Don't see it if you like dislike non-traditional theater, and repetition to the "Nth" degree that results in a very boring 1 Hr. play.

57 Reviews | 6 Followers
Endless, Excruciating, Dizzying

See it if You like 5-person shows, hard-working young actors, fast-paced dialogue and if you want to support new playwrights.

Don't see it if You want a sensible plot (it's not), you want to breathe (they never shut up), and if you want believable character development.

450 Reviews | 148 Followers
One-note, Simple, unchallenging satire, Tedious, Unpersuasive, Unproductive

See it if you’re an impressionable middle schooler/struggling social influencer who can’t distinguish your identity from your consumption choices

Don't see it if don’t want to see a dead horse beaten w/ blunt tools of colorless writing, obvious attitude toward subject, unwillingness to go past surface Read more

394 Reviews | 34 Followers
Too long, Boring, Disappointing, Great acting, Slow

See it if You have a child in the cast

Don't see it if You want to see a play that is worth your time.

Critic Reviews (4)

The New York Times
September 10th, 2019

"Influencers With Followers, Not Souls: Five self-involved social-media obsessives don’t make for good company in Guillaume Corbeil’s play."
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September 10th, 2019

"'SEE YOU' at The New Ohio Theatre from The Bridge Production Group"
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September 8th, 2019

"Corbeil's sometimes scathing (and frequently funny) script (English translation by Steven McCarthy) examines the ways in which social media and other digital phenomena have transformed our behavior-making us feel the need to record our lives and exhibit them on a platform for the world to see."
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Off Off Online
September 6th, 2019

"[W]atching actors looking at cellphones and reciting the labels of photographs ranks high among soul-deadening theatrical experiences, and time in this production seems, like Hurricane Dorian, to linger disastrously…It's to the actors' credit that without any character names they have differentiated the numbers they're playing."
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