Medieval Play

Theater

Drama

Midtown West

Until Sun Jun 24 2012

  • $$
  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pershing Square Signature Center. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan. With ensemble cast. 2hrs 35mins. One intermission.

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pershing Square Signature Center. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan. With ensemble cast. 2hrs 35mins. One intermission.

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pershing Square Signature Center. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan. With ensemble cast. 2hrs 35mins. One intermission.

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pershing Square Signature Center. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan. With ensemble cast. 2hrs 35mins. One intermission.

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pershing Square Signature Center. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan. With ensemble cast. 2hrs 35mins. One intermission.

Photograph: Joan Marcus

Pershing Square Signature Center. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan. With ensemble cast. 2hrs 35mins. One intermission.

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BOCKHARN

David Cote is right on the money, IMHO. I wouldn't have missed it, but I wish I'd been able to miss about 40 minutes of it. Still, if you love a smart joke (and PLENTY of time to savor it), this is a must-see.

Judith

V Medieval Play is very broad comedy that makes its mark consistently. The acting was delightful. Its light-hearted and ironic portrayal of historic violence hints at comparisons with our own present day world and morality. It makes many of the same points as NYTW's powerful Ulysses, but in a very different manner.