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The Last Sicilian: A One Man Play
West Village
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The Last Sicilian: A One Man Play NYC Reviews and Tickets

75%
(30 Reviews)
Positive
77%
Mixed
20%
Negative
3%
Members say
Entertaining, Funny, Slow, Delightful, Ambitious

About the Show

Actor/writer Nick Albanese shares his comic and heartwarming true tales of growing up Sicilian in America.

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73
Entertaining, Sincere, Slow, Funny, Ambitious

See it if You want a heart-felt solo show about growing up with a Sicilian family: he cares about the stories & it shows. You want to be entertained.

Don't see it if You want a play that connects stories smoothly: the transitions can be abrupt & awkward. You want a more developed show:it needs some work. Read more

79
Funny, Entertaining, Sometimes slow, Refreshing

See it if Some of the storys hit home for me. Growing up in a Sicilian family was funny. A little slow at time but that OK. I enjoy seeing this show

Don't see it if One man show, none thing fancy on stage. Is a little slow but OK.

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