The Head Hunter
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The Head Hunter

The Head Hunter NYC Reviews and Tickets

(2 Ratings)
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Absorbing, Clever, Entertaining, Great acting, Cliched

About the Show

Termination Productions LLC presents a dramatic encounter between a screenwriter and his mobster cousin in this dark comedy.

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148 Reviews | 36 Followers
Absorbing, Entertaining, Great acting, Cliched

See it if you like gangster themes with two excellent actors.

Don't see it if you've been there, done that

665 Reviews | 125 Followers

See it if You enjoy a piece that deals with two family members that are different in every way

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Critic Reviews (3)

Talkin' Broadway
November 2nd, 2015

"This presentation by Termination Productions and directed by Richard Gekko does nicely in capturing the cousin’s sometimes-close, sometimes-adversarial relationship and in making the dark side of their outré world seem plausible. What is inadequately explored here is the play’s provocative humor, offered up far too subtly to provide the necessary balance between the disturbing subject matter and our understanding of the strange world this family inhabits."
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Theater Pizzazz
November 13th, 2015

"Clark as Kashmir and Rivera as Salvy are both very good actors and they play for real. The tension and resolution in the relationship is handled beautifully by both men. The director Gekko has guided the action well, letting the actors explore the reality of this story in a very organic way. The set is authentic and claustrophobic. But the play, written by Mark Borkowski, has predictable twists and turns and leans on stereotypes to make his point."
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Times Square Chronicles
November 6th, 2015

"There is a lingering lack of immediacy and some confusion written into the dialogue between the writer and the mobster cousin...Trenton Clark’s presentation of the emotional and fearful writer is played with such mercurial bursts of yelling so that his character is hard to sympathize with as a victim…An interesting play: worth the ticket for this play that can only be described as eerie thriller meets cerebral drama."
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