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Tall Pines Lodge (FringeNYC)
East Village
79

Tall Pines Lodge (FringeNYC) NYC Reviews and Tickets

79%
(9 Reviews)
Positive
89%
Mixed
11%
Negative
0%
Members say
Edgy, Quirky, Clever, Intense, Great acting

About the Show

Part of FringeNYC: In this claustrophobic, pulp thriller, in the gritty tradition of Jim Thompson, an East Texas dive shatters the myth of honor among thieves. Find out why patrons call this play "the most DISGUSTING thing I've ever seen!"

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Member Reviews (9)

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Disappointing, Raunchy, Banal, Decent acting helps maintain interest

See it if Not looking for anything special; mediocre caper heist doesn't bother you

Don't see it if you were influenced by media blurbs; doesn't live up to hype

89
Confusing, Entertaining, Edgy, Great acting, Funny

See it if U want to be engaged w the characters, enjoy fantastic acting and country music

Don't see it if You expect good fighting, expect everything to be wrapped up in end

Critic Reviews (1)

August 17th, 2016

"At times, Graves's 'Tall Pines Lodge' seems like it’s emulating what the typical guy acts like, perhaps edging more toward stereotype than reality...If you’re not a particular fan of violence, this show may not be for you...But for those who enjoy (or at least don't mind) such violence, the manipulation and rage that fuel these characters create an environment that pulls you right in."
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