The Hill Town Plays: Scarcity

Theater

Drama

West Village

Until Sat Sep 28 2013

  • $$$
  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Ashville

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Ashville

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Ashville

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Killers and Other Family

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Killers and Other Family

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Killers and Other Family

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Scarcity

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Scarcity

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Scarcity

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    The Hill Town Plays: Stay

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    The Hill Town Plays: Stay

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    The Hill Town Plays: Stay

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Where We're Born

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Where We're Born

  • Photograph: Sandra Coudert

    The Hill Town Plays: Where We're Born

Photograph: Sandra Coudert

The Hill Town Plays: Ashville

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Jan

'Scarcity' is extraordinary. One of the best nights of theater I've had in years. Pitch perfect cast and direction, and the design in the Cherry Lane Studio is the best I've ever seen. I don't know what this man is talking about. No one has done something like this in NY theater for a mid career woman playwright. Rattlestick should be applauded gorgeously.

Gaspar Marino

I saw two of these plays out of five. Scarcity boasts an excellent performance by Didi O'Connell and Where We're Born excellent acting all around by a strong ensemble. As to the plays themselves, angst and dysfunction in a small Massachusetts town are all that tied the two together, with Scarcity a slight better piece. Not my cup of tea.