“Public Obscenities” Review: The New Yorker

“As a writer, Chowdhury interweaves humor, allusion, gravity, and extended metaphor as if each quality were a musical line, making an integrated symphonic whole…As a director, his greatest talent is how he uses his spectacular cast. Each virtuoso is gorgeously at ease.

Along with Infinite Life by Annie Baker and Stereophonic by David Adjmi, Public Obscenities has made New York a sudden paradise for stately, naturalistic, complexly layered masterworks.” – Helen Shaw

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Public Obscenities runs through February 18. Click here to learn more and buy tickets. 

Posted on January 26, 2024 at 1:03 pm

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