'Village, My Home' tells the story of eight characters and their connections to the City that Never Sleeps. Meet the Old Woman, a matriarch who loves to paint; a techno-tribal Computer Geek, whose hacking threatens to interrupt the subway system; an array of out-of-towners, travelers from outer boroughs, and others.
See it if you have love for the city and want to see some tidbits of good acting.
Don't see it if you find unnecessarily loud music interfering with dialogue result in you missing a good portion of the play.
See it if You have boundless love for the Village that even includes this plot-free disjointed pastiche of Villagers old and new. At least it's short
Don't see it if You want a coherent entertainment about the meaning of the Village. You won't find it here, although the large cast was hard working.
See it if you want a quick 45 min. look at different age groups sharing NYC living experiences that are sometimes personal but often philosophical.
Don't see it if you are sleepy as I was.You'll wake up after a short nap and say: I don't think I missed all that much. Some nice things said about NYC but.