Extra 5$ ticket for this evenings first preview of The Few by Samuel D Hunter

PlayItAgain
Broadway Legend
joined:11/8/11
Have an extra 5$ ticket for this evenings first preview of The Few by Samuel D.Hunter (The Whale) at Rattlestick Theatre Company at 7pm, PM if interested. no one over 30 please.
ClydeBarrow
Broadway Legend
joined:6/20/12
no one over 30 please.

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CATSNYrevival
Broadway Legend
joined:3/1/04
How random. Is it a form of dating roulette or is he asking for head shots to weed out the ugly ones?
That's right! Underscore mother-fu@#ers!
ClydeBarrow
Broadway Legend
joined:6/20/12
Did you find a suitable cheap, young date? The people must know!
"Pardon my prior Mcfee slip. I know how to spell her name. I just don't know how to type it." -Talulah
macnyc
Broadway Legend
joined:7/26/08
I was assuming (hoping) that the "under 30" stipulation was a joke!
Luv2goToShows
Broadway Star
joined:9/13/09
He may not have been joking, Rattlestick does have an under 30 discount that requires ID.
PlayItAgain
Broadway Legend
joined:11/8/11
well, im 23 so sorry, not a old queen looking for a young trick. and the show was really good.
RippedMan
Broadway Legend
joined:8/14/05
Would have gone with, but got a ticket for tomorrow! Can't wait.
Sauja
Broadway Star
joined:1/7/07
Hey, anyone happen to go last night? If so, can you tell me the running time? I hate to be that guy, but I'm wondering if I need to run home to walk the dog before the show or if I'll be home early enough.
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stevenycguy
Broadway Star
joined:12/7/05
According to the out-of-town reviews, the show was running 90 minutes no intermission when it was out-of-town. It's too bad Rattlestick is one of the few theaters that don't show the running time on their web site.
ClydeBarrow
Broadway Legend
joined:6/20/12
I found a review in the LA Times and it lists the running time as 90 mins. I'm guessing it'll be about the same for the NYC production. The Rattlestick has very little info on their site. Not even the cast is listed.
"Pardon my prior Mcfee slip. I know how to spell her name. I just don't know how to type it." -Talulah
ClydeBarrow
Broadway Legend
joined:6/20/12
You beat me to it, steve!

Looks like we'll all be seeing the show tonight. Are either of you guys under 30?
"Pardon my prior Mcfee slip. I know how to spell her name. I just don't know how to type it." -Talulah
RippedMan
Broadway Legend
joined:8/14/05
I went last night. It's 90mins. We were out by like 9:30ish.

I loved the Whale and was really excited to see a new play by Hunter, but I was really, really bored. There's little to no plot. And the subject matter, to me, just wasn't interesting at all. The performances are all great. And the direction is fine, if a bit slow moving, and the design is great. But there was just nothing there to pull me into the show. It's one of those shows where everyone talks in stilted sentences as to not give away too much information. So they slowly reveal secrets, etc. After awhile I just wanted them to complete their sentences already! ha.