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You Hold a Pole Everyday
East Village
82

You Hold a Pole Everyday NYC Reviews and Tickets

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(11 Reviews)
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Great acting, Clever, Entertaining, Funny, Great writing

About the Show

A darkly comic, solo-musical performance about an unsettling sexual encounter leading to a pole dancing class and revelations about embarrassing childhood memories. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity.

Member Reviews (11)

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Clever, Entertaining, Funny, Great acting

See it if One woman, playing a total of six different people. How taking a pole dancing class helps her move on.

Don't see it if think you are going to see pole dancing.

85
Clever, Absorbing, Enchanting, Great writing, Great acting

See it if A complex story in an alternately funny, sad journey of self discovery highlighted by an versatile performer displaying many talents.

Don't see it if One woman shows don't interest you Read more

Critic Reviews (1)

July 19th, 2018

“Under a lesser artist, the content...may come across as something best left for a therapist's office, but the quality and depth of Fernandez’ performance transcends this trap entirely. Her endearing openness and vulnerability makes it impossible to feel unmoved...Fernandez navigates the spectrum of the human condition skillfully...Although there are some structural and technical elements that could be tightened, ‘You Hold a Pole Every Day’ is a strong debut for a new playwright.”
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