By Tulis McCall
There are occasions where my job is to save you all some time and perhaps money. These are never pleasant experiences because a) I have sat through a show that made my face hurt and b) there is always a tight team of people who have worked their tails off to deliver the goods. Everyone is dedicated. Everyone. This is one of those cases where all of that dedication is not enough to stop me from suggesting you spend your time and money elsewhere. The Pain Of My Belligerence is one of those shows that will stick to the bottom of your shoe no matter what you do.
As you leave the theatre wondering how and why this play was produced, you will find yourself searching for the nearest bar to soothe everything that ails you – I recommend West Bank Cafe – ergo, the good news is that this play is stimulating the economy. Full review is HERE.
The Pain of My Belligerence by Halley Feiffer, directed by Trip Cullman.
WITH: Halley Feiffer (Cat) and Hamish Linklater (Guy) Vanessa Kai (Yuki), and Keira Belle Young (Olive).
The creative team includes Mark Wendland(Scenic Designer), Paloma Young (Costume Designer), Ben Stanton (Lighting Designer), Elisheba Ittoop (Original Music and Sound Designer), and Katie Ailinger (Production Stage Manager).
Playwrights Horizons (Artistic Director Tim Sanford, Managing Director Leslie Marcus) presents playwright The Pain of My Belligerence. Performances of The Pain of My Belligerence take place March 29-May 12: Tuesdays-Saturdays at 7:30pm, Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm, and Sundays at 7pm. TICKETS