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The Marks You Leave (FringeNYC)

From 4 member  reviews
Members say: Relevant, Thought-provoking, Resonant, Absorbing, Slow

About the show

Part of FringeNYC: Ten years have passed since Georgette left home to build a new life in Brooklyn. When her estranged younger brother arrives unexpectedly, secrets are unearthed. As feelings of abandonment and betrayal seep in, they must choose to cope or run. More…

Categories: Drama, Local. From Teresa Yslas Beardsley. Written by Tyler Andrew Jones. Directed by Mia Crivello.

Member Reviews (4)


Relevant, Thought-provoking, Resonant, Absorbing, Slow
Avg Score

Dated, Delightful, Hilarious, Relevant, Riveting

See it if Like small theatre, LGBT themes, interracial dating, sarcasm, humor, artists, family drama, half-naked men. There are 2 acts: act 1 was 💯

Don't see it if Hate all of the above and theatres with no mics (some of the dialogue was lost on stage, especially with the AC running)

Great acting, Relevant, Resonant

See it if you enjoy character-driven dramas that feature strong performances by a well-rounded, talented cast.

Don't see it if you hate food on stage or require creative scene transitions.

Ambitious, Slow, Relevant, Thought-provoking, Entertaining

See it if You enjoy seeing the work of a young playwright in process. There are also some fine performances.

Don't see it if You like your fringe shows 90 minutes or under.

Thought-provoking, Relevant, Intelligent, Clever, Absorbing

See it if You enjoy honest and rivetting performances from actors willing to leave it all on the stage. I laughed and cried during this performance.

Don't see it if You are looking for something light hearted.

August 17th, 2016
“Artfully tackles questions about sexuality, politics, and racism. The dialogue mostly rings true, so it's hard not to feel emotionally involved...But the play doesn't take itself too seriously, and humor breaks up the mood...The early conflicts in act one build steam and create momentum, part of...
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August 16th, 2016
"Though he drops the occasional forced plot point, Jones has a strong foundation. The characters are engaging. The story is relatable... Jones has some fluff that can be eliminated…Bringing this play to life, director Mia Crivello found some brilliance within...Overall, Crivello needed to amp up ...
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