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Village, My Home (Dream Up 2017)

From 11 member  reviews
Members say: Disappointing, Confusing, Quirky, Absorbing, Indulgent

About the show

Part of Theater for the New City's 2017 Dream Up Festival: This world premiere drama examines what New York City means to locals and visitors alike. More…

'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.

Member Reviews (11)


Disappointing, Confusing, Quirky, Absorbing, Indulgent

Absorbing, Great acting, Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Great writing

See it if You like plays about issues affecting the world today. A way to come together and have thoughtful discussions with others after the play.

Don't see it if if you like plays that follow a specific story line and plot. This is a different, fresh approach to story-telling

Quirky, Thought-provoking, Confusing, Interesting staging

See it if You're looking for interesting views on living in this city.

Don't see it if You can't follow multiple vignettes from seemingly unrelated characters. You're looking for a linear plot.

Clever, Entertaining, Great acting, Absorbing, Enchanting

See it if If you like to think about the show content

Don't see it if Looking for light fluff

Absorbing, Entertaining, Clever

See it if An absorbing and poignant drama into modern city life and the challenges of technology. Wonderfully written and acted.

Don't see it if You don't like smart plays

August 29th, 2017
“The great thing about writer/director Marcina Zaccaria’s reportage is its humor, a kind of affronted snarky humor that lies at the center of dislocation…These actors move in and out, flowing like a modern dance piece and fill out their moments with meaning and verve. The movement is clear with a...
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September 1st, 2017
"An elegant trio of actresses introduced rhythm, music, and dance...With so many themes and interesting elements within 40 minutes of the production, I’m curious if Zaccaria’s intent is to keep the show as a short flow of ideas or to expand and organize the hustle and bustle rhythms and refreshin...
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