Already closed | 1h 30m | West Village

The Blue Room

From 9 member  reviews
Members say: Intelligent, Clever, Absorbing, Entertaining, Relevant

About the show

The Bridge Production Group presents an intimate staging of David Hare's loose adaptation of 'La Ronde' - a series of vignettes that show how chance sexual encounters travel throughout class and power in society. More…

The Bridge is transforming The WhiteBox Art Space on the Lower East Side, creating an immersive visual art instillation that will house performance salons – only forty audience members per performance.

1h 30m | Already closed | White Box Theatre (West Village)

Member Reviews (9)

MEMBERS SAY:

Intelligent, Clever, Absorbing, Entertaining, Relevant

69
Clever, Relevant, Disappointing, Excruciating, Overrated

See it if you enjoy productions in an intimate setting, with 2 characters playing different parts in a series of short connected smaller plays

Don't see it if you don't enjoy very slow moving dramas about sexual escapades, uncomfortable folding chair seating for almost 2 hrs

65
Intelligent, Great writing, Great staging, Edgy, Ambitious

See it if You want to see a great play performed in an intimate space. Christina Toth is fantastic. Her performance is one not to be missed!

Don't see it if You are easily distracted. Performed so close in relation to the audience the pair definitely lost energy & chemistry as the play went on.


July 17th, 2018
“Intriguing and masterful play...Everything about this production was brilliant, from the acting to the immersive experience...Relationships...are visceral and very real, a series of moments that make this play so amazing to not only watch, but to digest...In short, ‘The Blue Room’ is definitely ...
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July 21st, 2018
"Hunter’s direction allows the viewer to discover the connections without overt signalling. Curiosity is created naturally. There are funny extras...Hunter and Toth not only move scenery, but move easily from each situation and character. His persona is usually befuddled, arrogant and rich. Hers ...
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July 25th, 2018
"It’s a very good play in concept, characters and dialogue. Schnitzler’s play has been updated, but without conceptual change...Max Hunter directs himself and Christina Toth, and they work well together...The show is sexy without ever being vulgar...The cast is not without faults...But they esche...
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July 17th, 2018
“Action unfolds inches from the audience making the piece more voyeuristic and disquieting...The stories fall into shallow cliches - and the play's discussion about sex never amounts to more than a casual conversation...Hunter shows disdain, swagger and callousness but he never touches the vulner...
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