The Dark Stone
Closed 1h 30m
The Dark Stone
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The Dark Stone NYC Reviews and Tickets

73%
(5 Reviews)
Positive
60%
Mixed
40%
Negative
0%
Members say
Absorbing, Relevant, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Overrated

Two men from opposing factions learn about one another during the height of the Spanish Civil War.

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1042 Reviews | 253 Followers
60
Overrated, Insipid, Disappointing, Confusing

See it if This play has some good parts to it in way of acting and staging.

Don't see it if Is very slow at times and not directed well.

864 Reviews | 244 Followers
82
Thought-provoking, Relevant, Intelligent, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if you like discussion, centered on the horror of war, between two characters, well-staged with poetry and interesting projections.

Don't see it if you seek a lot of action - while intense at times it is the relationship that develops in communicating with each other that is central here

282 Reviews | 142 Followers
88
Thought-provoking, Relevant, Great staging, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if Set during the Spanish Civ War(1936-39),well-acted by one Ukrainian actor&a Russian one,The DS is abt the wars we battle within&the endless*

Don't see it if Uninterested in F G Lorca's bio, which appears @ the end only. This show is in English with Spanish subtitles; I wish it were the other way. Read more

303 Reviews | 84 Followers
59
Dismal, 1/3 interesting, 2/3 sluggish

See it if you're into dark, talky, stagnant, 2 character P.O.W. plays; are familiar with F.Garcia Lorca 's poetry & bio

Don't see it if you tend to fall asleep at dark, slow plays in dark theaters; you have seen the many better plays on the same theme.. Read more

103 Reviews | 13 Followers
76
Absorbing, Relevant

See it if Interested to see a play about the Spanish Civil War performed by a Ukrainian and a Belarusian. Nicely staged.

Don't see it if Dragged and repetitive on a few parts.