Zach Braff's (Scrubs) Angst-Filled Comedy All New People
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The last date listed for All New People was Saturday December 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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The voice of today's generation -- the Arthur Miller of the Millennials -- young playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney penned this play that's been hailed by the Chicago Tribune as "the greatest piece of writing by an American playwright under 30 in a generation or more." West African folklore takes a trip to Louisiana's bayou in The Brothers Size, as the recently paroled Oshoosi Size returns home hoping for a fresh start working in his brother Ogun's repair shop. But when the charming and sinister Elegba enters the picture, the situation's delicate stability is threatened and fraternal ties are tested. A stirring score and flights of poetry give wings to this deep, uplifting and celebratory work. Learn More
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Featured review from Hector Coris
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Stray Cat always does the best edgy, New York-centric theatre in town and I always enjoy their shows very much. This one is no exception.
Great ensemble cast of 4 perform a surprisingly funny play. Worth seeing.
My only quibble would be to cut the pre-recorded curtain speech. It's overlong and - on opening night, the director called it hilarious before it played - and it turned out it really isn't all that funny.
Just start the show!
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The acting was great and I loved the set, but I was a little disappointed by the script. I thought the premise was good, but found a good portion of it unnecessarily vulgar. Maybe it is just me, but I have never thought vulgar was funny.