The Sea The Mountains The Forest The City The Plain
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The Sea The Mountains The Forest The City The Plain
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The Sea The Mountains The Forest The City The Plain NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Great acting, Clever, Great writing, Resonant, Absorbing

About the Show

A full-length monologue that takes audiences on an epic journey of friendship and loss. 

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Funny, Great staging, Great acting, Great writing, Absorbing

See it if You are a fan of work that doesn't have to choose between being beautiful, poetic, or funny. It does all of those with aplomb.

Don't see it if You are looking for something super realistic, or you want something that tells you what to feel. Read more

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Clever, Great acting, Profound, Resonant, Ambitious

See it if You appreciate brilliant acting and laser sharp direction and design, and are prepared to both laugh and cry, sometimes simultaneously.

Don't see it if you’re scared of dense, rich, Beckettian language, lack the attention span to stay with a solo performer Read more

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Great writing, Great acting, Delightful, Clever

See it if Fans of Beckett and Irish humor will love it. Beautiful, sweeping, and stays with you long after it's done.

Don't see it if You don't like plays where you have to think.

Critic Reviews (1)

Theatre is Easy
October 6th, 2019

A Theasy Best Bet "The kind of monologue that will make you feel better about life…Somewhere between a Jack London adventure and a Samuel Beckett novel, this tale lets Robert Honeywell narrate one Man's journey through highs and lows, life and death, loneliness and society."
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