Already closed | 2h 20m | East Village

Sign in the Six O'clock Sky

From 9 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Enchanting, Absorbing, Ambitious, Clever

About the show

In this surreal fable with songs, four sideshow performers in a 1933 time warp find themselves on a strange landscape, not knowing how they got there.


Member Reviews (9)

MEMBERS SAY:

Great acting, Enchanting, Absorbing, Ambitious, Clever

62
Quirky, Indulgent, Slow, Intelligent, Great acting

See it if Some good acting. Has some good things the plot.

Don't see it if It does not focus on any one thing and as a result is all over the place. If you do not like depressing songs. Needs to be reworked and refo


March 18th, 2019
"The philosophical mumbo-jumbo gets thick and preposterous fast. One dimensional characters recite lines meant to be reflective but just sound banal...If this were farce rather than deadly serious, perhaps these stereotypes might be worth a chuckle...Director Sheila Xoregos has this cast playing ...
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March 26th, 2019
“The new play is aspirational, captivating but ultimately flawed...The play is so full of tropes, cliches and ideas that it never settles on a style or approach...The work is reminiscent in style to plays at the height of the theatre absurd movement...But tossed into the meal are depression style...
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March 25th, 2019
“Schulman asks that we go...to a world without time, into a funny/sad place of surreality, touched by lingo from the early part of the 20th century...Xoregos had a big job, taking a script with a Beckett tone, extending it with ‘show biz’ attributes, and moving philosophy into entertaining dialog...
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