Two Sides
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Two Sides NYC Reviews and Tickets

64%
(8 Reviews)
Positive
25%
Mixed
50%
Negative
25%
Members say
Confusing, Ambitious, Disappointing, Slow, Boring

About the Show

A new drama about a woman grappling with loss – lost love, lost life, and lost identity. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity.

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Member Reviews (8)

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80
Intriguing, Multidimensional, Innovative, Confusing, Dizzying

See it if you are interested in innovative scripts & are willing to invest time in seeing an intriguing experiment that does not quite come together.

Don't see it if you only like tightly constructed, slice-of-life dramas.

60
Banal, Disappointing, Confusing, Cliched, Insipid

See it if you want to support a hardworking cast with some excellent costumes.

Don't see it if you require a clear plot or theme.

48
Average in every way

See it if You want to watch some young actors working hard.

Don't see it if You are expecting anything polished and ready to go. This play needs a lot of work Read more

66
Confusing

See it if You want to see a new play with uneven acting and a confusing plot.

Don't see it if You don't like experimental festival theater with barely a set.

64
Esoteric, Ambitious, Thought-provoking, Slow, Confusing

See it if You like small theater productions and want to support them.

Don't see it if You get confused easily or like really good theater.

77
Ambitious, Intelligent

See it if You like slow builds, clever dialog, the Twilight Zone, and stylized acting.

Don't see it if You hate somewhat ambiguous endings. You need period pieces to have some reason for existing in that period.

47
Disappointing, Slow, Edgy, Confusing, Boring

See it if You want to support this theater festival and its efforts...regardless.

Don't see it if you prefer plays that are well written, well acted and have a coherent plot. This one is like a very poor version of The Twilight Zone.

65
Ambitious, Intense

See it if You want to see some young good talent in a nonprofit theater setting. The Male character actor was especially talanted.

Don't see it if You don't want to support nonprofit theater.

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