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Ended 3 Jul 2011 after 3 months
An exotic beast is stalking Broadway... Rajiv Joseph's smart, savagely funny and visionary new work of American theater, whose presence on Broadway invites fanciful comparison to the titular beast.
Charles Isherwood, New York Times
Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is Rajiv Joseph's ferocious comedy that follows the intertwined lives of a tiger, portrayed by Robin Williams, two American marines and an Iraqi gardener as they roam the streets of Baghdad in search of friendship, redemption and a toilet seat made of gold.
The New York Times says, "this boldly imagined, harrowing and surprisingly funny drama is wonderfully daring." A finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, this groundbreaking play comes to Broadway for a strictly limited, sixteen-week engagement directed by Tony Award nominee Moises Kaufman.
Performances from 11th March 2011
Opening night 31st March 2011
Closing 3rd July 2011
Audience:Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo is suitable for audiences aged 18 and upwards
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Opening night: 11 March 2011
Closing night: 3 July 2011
11 reviews, average rating: (2.2 Stars)
This play took my breath away. What an amazing story about the relative nat... more
I saw this show - without Robin Williams - in Los Angleles last year, loved... more
Most of the negative reviews seemed to be written by people who either mi... more
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