This American Wife
This American Wife
74

This American Wife NYC Reviews and Tickets

74%
(7 Reviews)
Positive
86%
Mixed
14%
Negative
0%
Members say
Entertaining, Funny, Clever, Quirky, Great acting

About the Show

A raucous multimedia theatre work, this new piece tracks two men's obsessions with intimacy, queerness, and the deep desire to see and be seen.

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Member Reviews (7)

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866 Reviews | 898 Followers
70
Interesting, Uneven, Niche, Fluffy

See it if you are a fan and know Real Housewives fan. Fun if you do. Interesting 90's retro use of video.

Don't see it if you don't watch any Real Housewives franchise. No point seeing this if you don't. Read more

841 Reviews | 1006 Followers
73
Entertaining, Funny, Silly, Light

See it if You are a fan of the Real Housewives. It's a fun show for fans of the franchise and watchers of Reality TV.

Don't see it if If you don't watch or are familiar with The Real Housewives you will most likely be lost.

533 Reviews | 488 Followers
75
Absorbing, Great acting, Experimental, Intriguing, Surprising

See it if you love Real Housewives and/or want to see an experimental show that compellingly examines the way these shows blur our concept of reality.

Don't see it if you have trouble with experimental shows.

400 Reviews | 61 Followers
65
Entertaining, Funny, Indulgent, Quirky

See it if you follow the Bravo Housewives programs. If not, you'll miss most of the humor .

Don't see it if you know nothing about the Housewives. Read more

100 Reviews | 45 Followers
75
Clever, Entertaining, Funny, Raunchy, Quirky

See it if you like experimental, multi-media, shows without much of a plot, but with a strong message. Incredibly high quality for a blackbox show.

Don't see it if you want a "straight"-forward play or don't want to see young people wrestle with their own issues on stage. It's a bit navel gaze-y.

6 Reviews | 1 Follower
85
Clever, Intelligent, Profound, Resonant

See it if If you are curious as to why we are so obsessed with Reality TV and how it consumes our culture.

Don't see it if If you are looking for a conventional story line. Read more

1 Review | 1 Follower
100
Enchanting, Exquisite, Entertaining, Ambitious, Great acting

See it if You love the real housewives franchise, you love television, you love theatre, you love laughing till your sides hurt as I did last night.

Don't see it if You hate all these things/ phenomenal genre busting performance makes you uncomfortable.

Critic Reviews (2)

TheaterScene.net
August 2nd, 2018

"Though overall an excruciating experience, thanks to its accomplished multimedia presentation 'This American Wife' is bearable and its 80-minutes pass briskly...It’s intended to be hilarious but isn’t as its performers simply aren’t funny and are devoid of charm...Breslin and Foley’s shtick might have made for some amusing YouTube videos but as a full-length stage piece 'This American Wife' is so encrusted with smarmy pretentiousness as to render it as masturbatory tedium."
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Diandra Reviews it All
August 6th, 2018

“Incredibly funny and uncomfortable...I laughed, I cringed, and admired the creativity of Foley and Breslin. This show is everything you would not expect from a play based on ‘The Real Housewives’ because it is way more thoughtful. It is not trying to be gimmicky as much as genuinely funny and open to analysis. Yet, if you have never watched ‘The Real Housewives’ or do not know too much about the series ‘This American Wife’ might fall flat to you."
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