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GOB SQUAD’S KITCHEN (YOU’VE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD) OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

Opening Night: January 19, 2012

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Synopsis: It's 1965 and everything is just about to happen. The German/British collective Gob Squad invites you to take the hand of the King of Pop himself, Andy Warhol, and take a trip back to the underground cinemas of New York City, back to where it all began. Gob Squad's Kitchen reconstructs Warhol's films in the quest to illuminate the past for a new generation, reflecting on the nature of authenticity, the here and now, and the hidden depths beneath the shiny surfaces of modern life. Gob Squad's Kitchen was a hit at The Public's 2011 Under the Radar Festival.

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NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:

"The movie studio on the stage at the Public Theater, where this smart, goofy and surprisingly moving show is playing through Feb. 5, is a makeshift mockup of Andy Warhol’s Factory, or at least the filmmaking component of it, around 1965. Nobody had heard of the evils of gluten back when that turbulent decade was beginning to swing, and Warhol was churning out movies almost as quickly as he was slapping down silk-screens. Probably nobody at the Factory had heard of the evils of amphetamines either. "

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TIME OUT NEW YORK REVIEW:

"There must be a method to how Gob Squad selects audience participants for its live-video stunts. The English and German wags respectfully pass over spectators shrinking in mortification; they also don’t choose anyone who looks too eager to join the fun onstage. They must seize on people hovering between embarrassment and exhibitionism. However it works, the volunteers they coaxed out of their seats at the performance I attended brought unexpected magic to this clever and haunting riff on Andy Warhol’s 1960s cinema, the obvious precursor to today’s ego-welter of YouTube clips and reality-TV programming."

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THEATERMANIA REVIEW:

"The members of the UK/German theater group, Gob Squad, have a goal they express to audiences early on in Gob Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good): they want to recreate Andy Warhol's 1965 film, Kitchen (along with Sleep and the famous screen tests). But in what is easily the first can't miss show of the season, the performance actually begins before you even take your seats, as the Public Theater ushers invite audience members to tour the backstage upon entering the theater. "

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BACKSTAGE REVIEW:

"The British-German troupe Gob Squad has a way with its public—quite literally. Earlier this month, in its production of "Super Night Shot," the company waged a "War on Anonymity," taking to the streets of New York and roping strangers into a movie that it then presented onstage at the Public Theater. The group has returned with "Gob Squad's Kitchen (You've Never Had It So Good)," an inventive but ultimately wearisome tribute to Andy Warhol and his movies celebrating the commonplace, particularly "Kitchen." Once again Gob Squad is drawing theatergoers into the action and video."

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS REVIEW:

"It’s fitting that a theater piece inspired by Andy Warhol’s experimental films gives people watching the show a shot at their own 15 minutes of fame."

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NEW YORK POST REVIEW:

"A lot of off-Broadway theater makes extensive use of video nowadays. In January, the Gob Squad company offered the stunt-like “Super Night Shot,” in which the actors screened footage of themselves roaming the East Village in real time — without any live performance onstage."

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