The Yellow Wallpaper
Closed 1h 0m
The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper NYC Reviews and Tickets

(5 Reviews)
Members say
Thought-provoking, Ambitious, Confusing, Should be a solo, Good acting

About the Show

This new multimedia staging of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s story provides an intimate look at a deteriorating mental state and a radical examination of destructive relationships between men and women.

Read more Show less

Member Reviews (5)

Sort by:
  • Default
  • Standing in our community
  • Highest first
  • Lowest first
  • Newest first
  • Oldest first
  • Only positive
  • Only negative
  • Only mixed
677 Reviews | 187 Followers
Ineffective, Ambitious, Disappointing, Evocative, Good acting

See it if u want to see a lofty, earnest attempt to adapt Gilman's classic feminist short story of an oppressed & depressed 19th C woman to the stage.

Don't see it if u hope for an adaptation that gets to the heart of CPG's character, finds her voice & fully reveals the desperation of the 19th C Everywoman Read more

506 Reviews | 1002 Followers
Thought-provoking, Intense, Confusing, Clever

See it if Effort is there. Great idea to use the memoir. Nice look at mental health issues then and now.

Don't see it if Yellow wallpaper needs more "there on the screen." Too much dialogue lost................. Our confusion, no curtain call?

379 Reviews | 132 Followers
Exploratory use of multimedia, Should be a solo, Inert, Misses the mark, Ambitious

See it if into multimedia effects or literature adapted for stage. Probably less objectionable if you have no preconceptions. Brief!

Don't see it if you dislike too much prerecorded material. Good actors underchallenged. Doesn’t capture spirit/perspective of Gilman's writing. Read more

99 Reviews | 20 Followers
Safe, Anticlimactic, Thought-provoking, Delicate, Quiet

See it if You enjoy the short story or period pieces in general, you want to see some beautiful design elements, the piece has a grace you rarely see

Don't see it if You are expecting something daring or innovating, you are expecting raunchy downtown theatre, this piece has room for more danger

31 Reviews | 5 Followers
Confusing, Thought-provoking

See it if a quiet, minimalist piece based on a short story about mental health. actors do well with the material they have in the setting

Don't see it if we didn’t get the video so not sure what that adds to it & if i can score properly. would have liked to see the yellow wallpaper honestly

Watch This Next (3)

27 Reviews
Opens May 26
NYC: East Village

A modern-day reimagining of Shakespeare’s Hamlet centered around a queer, Black man. 

5K+ Reviews
Ends Sep 2022
NYC: Midtown W

A long-running revival of Kander and Ebb's satirical musical about lust, treachery, and murder.

46 Reviews
Ends Jun 26
NYC: Chelsea

New York premiere of a play shortlisted for the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.