Part of FringeNYC: Inspired by Ibsen's "Peer Gynt," a young man goes on a fantastical journey to find himself. Peer must confront a crisis of sexual identity as he encounters gluttonous Trolls, a mischievous guardian, and his one true love. #WhoAmI? More…
Categories: Comedy, Drama, Local. From Rhapsody Collective. Written by Michael Bradley. Directed by Chris Goodrich.
See it if a show that might be a cross between Candide and Fellini's Satyricon (although merely R rated) appeals to you.
Don't see it if you're not fully in the Fringe spirit and can compromise a little on your expectations.
See it if You gay themes, good looking young guys, shows that move in time and space
Don't see it if A journey of sexual enlightenment and all that involves is not your thing.
See it if You are interested in a profound new take on a classic, and you believe theater can help show you your reality.
Don't see it if You really, really don't want to see beautiful people onstage, or think about who you are.
See it if Everyone who identifies with the need of finding their own voice. Literature lovers and anyone interested in equality will love this show.
Don't see it if If you do not have an open mind.
See it if You enjoy thought provoking theatre that is unlike anything you've seen before. A perfect combo of imaginative, funny, sexy and hilarious!
Don't see it if Adult themes and language offend you. Otherwise, this show is NOT to be missed!
See it if you want to play with reality of our illusion with some great staging seriously charismatic performers! The "Boyg" slays! As do the others!
Don't see it if you aren't willing to relinquish realities quickly in theatre and aren't interested in the arc of a character dealing with his sexuality
See it if You like fun adaptations, Raunchy shows with homosexual protagonists, you have a sense of humor.
Don't see it if You're homophobic, or made uncomfortable by S & M, or dislike "journey stories".
See it if You can handle a work in progress. Goes on for about 10 mins too long, but still entertaining. Peer has a very solid ensemble carrying him.
Don't see it if You're uncomfortable with homosexual content or expecting perfection. It's an ambitious task and I salute the writer for a valiant attempt.
See it if You like excellent ,original choreography;heartful,endearing actors,and a very attractive cast!
Don't see it if You are looking for a clever ending,or any kind of set staging.