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Ended 1 Jun 2014 after 46 days

Some of the many ways people can destroy their own happiness are on full, tragic display in Sharr White's imaginative play "Annapurna."

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Closed 1 Jun 2014
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Do Not Miss Out,
Apr 20, 2014
reviewer: from New York, New York
I had the pleasure of spending 90 thought provoking minutes enjoying the outstanding and poignant performances of Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally. This is a play about deep pain, unconditional love and forgiveness for those who break your heart. Offerman's performance of the damaged poet, Ulysses, made me want to read scraps that made up the epic he writes for his estranged ex wife played by Mullally. The characters demonstrated so well the human ability to alter perception according to one's need or emotional stamina. Amazing story and performances! Thank you for a beautiful experience at the theater.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Annapurna is a gift!,
May 20, 2014
reviewer: from Cranston, Rhode Island
This as an amazing play, performed by amazing talent! The story contains so much more than what you're led to believe....making it difficult not to fall in love - with the story itself, the characters, the performance, the talent, with all of it! We laughed and cried and loved it so much that we bought a second set of tickets and enjoyed it even more when we saw it the second time, the very next day! Do not miss this play - it truly is a gift!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Best theatre experience I've ever had,
Jun 01, 2014
reviewer: from New York, New York
Annapurna is a deeply moving piece of theatre. It's witty, it's heartbreaking, it's provocative, and it's hopeful. Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman are not only two of the best comedians, but they are outstanding dramatic performers as well. They committed to these characters and brought them to life. Thank you for a very special experience.
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