An Evening of Semi-Autobiographical, Highly Self-Indulgent Theater consists of three interwoven one-act plays that feature Lawrence Goodman and Gersh Kuntzman making a series of never-ending mistakes - they fall in love, they botch their careers and they write just horrible plays. Of course, it all ends in misery and despair - this is a comedy, after all! Neo-Shtick is traditional Jewish vaudeville comedy with a post-modern edge (think Derrida playing the Catskills). The authors appear as characters in their own plays and the fourth wall of theater gets broken down repeatedly, but Neo-Shtick is also not afraid to tell a "Take my wife" joke or bring the audience on stage for a cathartic hora!
Part of the 2004 New York International Fringe Festival.
Sun, August 15 at Noon
Mon, August 16 at 5:15pm
Sun, August 22 at 4pm
Wed, August 25 at 3pm
Sat, August 28 at 8:45pm
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