Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Play Review -- New Hope City

I hate to say with a family of actors that it's been a pathetically long time since I've been truly moved by a play. So I'm pleased to say that the production, "New Hope City," rocked me to the core with its multimedia, genre-bending mixed grill of great music, film and acting. You'll feel like a sushi roll with every food you love in it but you never thought you could ever have it because it would fall apart. But the play stands firmly on a sturdy cutting board of hilarity, heartbreak, and bizarre futuristic philosophy. With highlights including an improvised talk show by Sexo the Clown and a sexy choreographed dance party, this show will give you a new hope that a trip to the theater can be a refreshingly nice time.

Playing this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Bushwick Starr in Brooklyn, NY. Get tickets now and learn more about the amazing band Pass Kontrol here.


Kerry Summers said...

gotta catch this! thanks for the heads up xo

Michael said...

I will totally check this out. Great review.

Michelle Omama said...

Wow, I love plays AND sushi. This sounds fabulous and just what NYC needs right now. Very cool. Xo