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ME, MYSELF & I OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

Opening Night: September 12, 2010

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Synopsis: In Me, Myself & I, Mother (Elizabeth Ashley) can't tell her identical twins apart. But when Otto (Zachary Booth) announces his brother (Preston Sadleir) doesn't exist, the household descends into chaos.

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NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:

"Just what do you think I is, anyway? Please don’t bother to correct my English. I’m using the grammar of existentialism, which Edward Albee deploys with the glee of a word-crazy freshman philosophy student in “Me, Myself & I.” This larky little comedy of ideas, about the conundrums of selfhood faced by a pair of identical twins and their addled mother, had its New York premiere on Sunday night at Playwrights Horizons. And if you furrow your nose, you can still whiff the infectious high spirits that must have gone into its writing. "

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BACKSTAGE REVIEW:

"Edward Albee has said that a playwright should write every play as if it's his or her first. He's certainly managed that feat with "Me, Myself & I," a ferociously comic foray into the realm of the absurd. This is Albee playing in "The Sandbox," and while it also recalls "The Play About the Baby" and displays his signature precision with language (and its deconstruction), it feels like nothing else in his canon. There's an explosive giddiness and a gleeful disregard for form that, combined with a rigorous internal logic, make "Me, Myself & I" seem, in one of those clichés so beloved by the play's characters, as fresh as a daisy. Featuring Elizabeth Ashley in what could be the performance of her career, the show is a not-to-be-missed serving of delicious existential vaudeville."

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS REVIEW:

"He has populated plays with Mommie Dearest-types since his career began in the 1960s. Now Edward Albee is at it again in "Me, Myself & I," a fitfully amusing but nonessential work at Playwrights Horizons. "

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HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW:

"When three-time Pulitzer-winning playwright Edward Albee unveils a new work, well, to quote another 20th century playwright giant, Arthur Miller, attention must be paid. But attention is not quite the same as patience, with which viewers of his latest effort might find themselves in short supply. One of Albee's more self-indulgent and willfully obscure plays, "Me, Myself & I" is far more frustrating than rewarding. "

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THEATERMANIA REVIEW:

"Having shown no fear in tackling everything from infanticide to bestiality in his long career, Edward Albee has moved on to another taboo -- fratricide -- in Me, Myself & I, now getting its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons under Emily Mann's direction. But those with a distaste for gore, please take note: Not a single drop of blood is spilled in this periodically hilarious yet often mysterious and frustrating comedy. "

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