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New York Neo-Futurists

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85 E 4th St Kraine Theater, New York City, NY 10003-8904
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Mike G wrote a review Jul 2017
San Francisco, California1,013 contributions183 helpful votes
You have to understand what you're going into. They attempt to perform 30 plays in 60 minutes. Some are funny. Some are sad. Some involve audience participation. The whole thing's a wonderful, frenetic experience. I usually laugh harder at their shows than anywhere else! And the plays change every week, so you can always go back for more!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Dave M wrote a review Sep 2016
Westfield, New Jersey1,190 contributions124 helpful votes
See anything but this, which was literally the worst of the more than 100 shows I have seen in New York and well below most high school and community theater productions I have seen. It combines the worst elements of bad theater and bad improv, in the city that offers the best and most of both. The writing is terrible, the pretentiously titled "plays" (actually 60 second skits) are boring and half the show is spent on the tiresome gimmick of the audience screaming out requests for which skit from a numbered list to see next. It is very cheap--yet not worth the price or, much more so, your time.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Jennie C wrote a review May 2016
St. Petersburg, Florida66 contributions12 helpful votes
I have seen the Neo-Futurists in both Chicago and NYC and both were great. If you are not familiar they write all of there own pieces and the goal is to perform all 30 pieces in 60 minutes. I won't give away all of the secrets because it is more fun that way. Tip is to order your tickets before hand. They are $19 with a $2 fee so they are super affordable. This tip is more so you are guaranteed a seat and get in first.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Laura D wrote a review Jan 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania2 contributions2 helpful votes
Innovative, fun, totally laid back and interactive (but only on a voluntary basis) hour of partially written and partially improvised theatrical vignettes that vary between hilarious and thought-provoking. This was an awesome experience. Between the the super-reasonable price (under $20) and the ever-changing rotation of plays, I will definitely go again. Not for kids or Republicans.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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skatymay wrote a review Jul 2015
New York City, New York13 contributions
A catch phrase thrown around at this show is "if you've seen the show once, you've seen the show once" and it's true. This ever-changing ongoing attempt to perform 30 non-illusory plays in 60 minutes is a unique NYC experience that has plenty of audience interaction and material that changes weekly. You'll have a blast. Promise!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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