Washed Up On the Potomac
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Washed Up On the Potomac

Washed Up On the Potomac NYC Reviews and Tickets

(9 Reviews)
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Great acting, Relevant, Funny, Resonant, Absorbing

About the Show

Part of the theatrical pop-up 'The Pool,' this dark office comedy is a new work about the ways in which we try to stay afloat.

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Member Reviews (9)

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80 Reviews | 26 Followers
Resonant, Spirited, Relevant, Melancholic, Beautiful

See it if the world outside is scary to you, with a crap economy, dying dreams, horrifying news cycles, and trouble finding meaningful relationships.

Don't see it if you'd be put off by the weird and spooky plot elements around the fringe; you don't relate to under-employed and desperate millennials.

369 Reviews | 34 Followers
Absorbing, Great acting, Entertaining, Relevant, Thought-provoking

See it if you want to see a play with great acting, great casting, great direction, great staging and great writing.

Don't see it if you want to see a play with a happy, predictable ending. Read more

451 Reviews | 59 Followers
Great acting, Excellent direction, Wonderful casting, Perceptive, Interesting

See it if you like superb characterizations, young people struggling to find happiness and meaning, wonderful dialog, acting and direction.

Don't see it if you favor "light," frothy dialog, "escapist" theater and dislike loud, "in your face" characterizations.

748 Reviews | 237 Followers
Quirky, Resonant, Insightful, Funny, Intense

See it if Office workers endure drab jobs while their true selves boil with loneliness, anxiety, crushes, and fantasies. Disturbing and moving.

Don't see it if You don’t like dark comedy that makes you feel uncomfortable.

266 Reviews | 51 Followers
Great acting, Relatable, Intelligent, Absorbing, Exquisite

See it if You are interested in terrific acting in a show where it's amazingly easy to relate to ALL of the characters.

Don't see it if You're looking for a big scale production. This is exactly what off-off Broadway should be - small, relatable, exquisite.

174 Reviews | 23 Followers
Disappointing, Well cast, Well staged, Uninteresting story, Ambitious

See it if you want to hear an emerging writer

Don't see it if you expect a fully-developed play

2 Reviews | 2 Followers
Clever, Funny, Great acting

See it if you want to see edgy new comedy

Don't see it if you want a traditional off-Broadway drama

540 Reviews | 487 Followers
During previews
Great writing, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Engaging, Satisfying

See it if you want to see a thought-provoking exploration of the way our hopes and dreams interact with our reality, and some great acting.

Don't see it if you're a snob about production values.

Critic Reviews (3)

Village Voice
November 30th, 2017

"If the play’s surreal conclusion mystifies more than satisfies, Rosen’s bantering chitchat and the snappy enacting of it, etched through José Zayas’s sharp direction, maintains viewer interest for a fleeting eighty minutes."
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November 28th, 2017

"Lynn Rosen’s crackling is a blast of wit, broad humor, and sharp observations of how artists’ struggles mirror human nature. Etched into vivid relief by a superb cast, its characters are caricatures who ring true...The ending may be a bit overblown, but director José Zayas guides the cast through Rosen’s three-scene arc with a sure hand, eliciting delightfully funny and touching performances and bringing to life a hilarious and ultimately graceful story."
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November 30th, 2017

"'Washed Up On the Potomac' has a lot that will feel familiar to anyone who has ever worked in an office...Crystal Finn’s excellent portrayal of Sherri seems almost like an imagining of what Carrie White would be like had she stayed home from the prom...Though there are a few missteps, this a funny and thoughtful play that contemplates relationships in a close space. It’s an entertaining evening that gives its audience some food for thought."
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