1980s Tale of Adolescence: Kenneth Lonergan's This Is Our Youth
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Six steel workers in Buffalo, New York, find themselves unemployed and in desperate need of cash. So what do they do? Become strippers ... of course. Several films have been successfully adapted for the stage, but few of them have been as satisfying as The Full Monty. Featuring all the comedy and camaraderie of the original movie, the stage version of The Full Monty has been jazzed up with a great set of songs. Featuring a book by Terrence McNally and score by David Yazbek, this hit show ran for nearly two years on Broadway and earned 10 Tony Award nominations. Learn More
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We left during the intermission...we just weren't entertained by the content of the story + the smoking during the show was hitting our sinuses. Having said that, personally ~ I would have stayed for the rest of the production but was outnumbered by the people I was with.
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Very engaging performance, difficult dialog delivered diligently...and expertly. I was pleasantly surprised by the ensemble on the stage and by the helpful and friendly theatre staff. I am glad I gave up watching the Chargers lose and attended...continued
They’re gonna party like it’s 1982! It’s the dawn of a new era: the Reagan era. And the Counter-Culture’s kids are coming of age in New York City. Hilarious, insightful and poignant, This Is Our Youth shows 48 hours in the lives of three kids caught in the moment between adolescence and adulthood when the ideals and values inherited from their parents will guide them toward self-discovery or push them to self-destruction.
By Kenneth Lonergan (screenwriter of the films “Analyze This” and “You Can Count on Me”)
Directed by Francis Gercke