Part of FringeNYC: Trump or Clinton. Caitlyn or Bruce. #BlackLives or #AllLives. These are the issues tearing humanity apart. But when a suicidal god makes a shocking discovery, she realizes why these issues - and you - don't matter at all. More…
Categories: Comedy, Drama, Local. Written by Paul Morris. Directed by Paul Morris and Cassandra Lewis.
FROM THE ARTIST:
Take our fun PERSONALITY QUIZ to see if YOU matter, then come see our POINTLESS show!
See it if You want to see theatre that is incredibly funny and not easy to explain. STRONG CAST and great script. Don't miss this
Don't see it if You don't like theatre that admits it's theatre. It's pretty meta
See it if you want to see a meta-play that involves interesting themes that require a lot of brain power to unpack. I give it a B grade.
Don't see it if you want a traditional play following a set arc, because this play is essentially two different plays and its direction can be confusing.
See it if you use theater to ride an emotional roller coaster; you like self-referential pieces, dark humor, & funny but deeply damaged characters.
Don't see it if you just want to go home feeling happy; you're not up for constant reminders of humanity's biggest atrocities and cruelest impulses.
See it if you ever spend too much time thinking about the birth & death of the universe and humanity's uncanny ability to be cruel
Don't see it if you're turned off by nihilism or bored with existentialism
See it if You're ready for something new! You are interested in theater that will ask you to grapple with a WIDE range of emotions. You like fun.
Don't see it if You dislike meta theater.
See it if You love innovative theater masterfully executed! The Writing is incredibly intelligent and is matched by exquisite Acting!! A MUST SEE!!!!
Don't see it if You dont like risk taking. It may be uncomfortable at times for sensitive viewers BUT it is TASTEFULLY executed. There is nothing unecessary
See it if you like intense thought experiments about time, the human condition & relationships.
Don't see it if you want everything to make sense all the time.
See it if you want to see something truly original and new. By far one of the most unique plays I've seen in the past 20 years here in NYC.
Don't see it if you are not willing to use your imagination.
See it if Want to see Our Town in 2016 through the eyes of a nihlist in an explosive, well performed, thoughtful and POWERFUL piece of pure art
Don't see it if You're looking for escapism. Get ready for a straight left hook of existentialism.
See it if You enjoy shows that make you think and contemplate your existence! Also if you enjoy great acting and a very well conceived script!
Don't see it if You don't like frank talk of death and other sensitive subjects. Also if you don't want to feel like you don't matter.
See it if you like creative storytelling.
Don't see it if it upsets you that a large object center stage does not represent cheese. My "Oh I get it, this is a play about mice" dreams were dashed.
See it if You want to be FOREVER CHANGED by a BRILLIANT script. (Disclaimer: I wrote and directed this play.)
Don't see it if you actually can't see it anyways because it's done.
See it if you are interested in how the world will end. if you think modern people and their self-absorption suck. if you believe in higher powers.
Don't see it if you don't want to think.
See it if You have a gallows sense of humor, you don't mind being faced with your own insignificance and inevitable mortality.
Don't see it if You need a happy ending. Of any kind.
See it if you want to see an imaginative and well-performed tale befitting those from *The Twilight Zone*.
Don't see it if your feet are too tired to be on your toes constantly for 80 minutes.
See it if on-stage chemistry, energy, and intensity, at times necessarily frenetic, matter to you.
Don't see it if life's been perfect and you've never needed a do-over.
See it if If you like to have everything you know about your own existence in the universe challenged, then this is the play for you.
Don't see it if There's literally zero reasons not to see You Don't Matter.
See it if You enjoy fresh, funny, smart scripts - and strong/exciting performances. One of the more interesting plays I've seen in a very long time.
Don't see it if You can't handle looking into the abyss.
See it if you're alive. This play destroyed my mind, I saw their opening and bought tickets to see it again. I've never felt like this before.
Don't see it if You're afraid of asking big questions.