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TINY BUBBLES NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: July 16, 2012
Did He Like It?*
TINY BUBBLES concerns what happens when a longstanding drinking friendship between two men, both gay -- the high-flying Danny and the more grounded Kirk -- gets complicated after Kirk decides to join AA. All manner of unpredictable things occur when one man's sobriety plunges his disconcerted drinking buddy into a dream world in which he alternately lives as a cloistered nun -- and as a 'Mad Men'-like exec partial to three martini lunches.
Get Thee to a Bar (and Then a Nunnery)
*By ANITA GATES
Published: July 29, 2012
"These are hard times for drinkers, and Richard Willett’s “Tiny Bubbles” cares.
If you are the kind of person who enjoys a refreshing alcoholic beverage, you probably know the look of condescension (disguised as sophisticated tolerance) certain to come your way when you dare to order a single glass of white wine at lunch. Accordingly you may yearn for the days — half a century ago and epitomized by the television drama “Mad Men” — when the three-martini midday meal was followed by the three-martini cocktail hour, and no one seemed to worry much about it. In the New Directions Theater’s likable if shaky production of “Tiny Bubbles,” now at the Medicine Show Theater, Danny McKenna (Jay Alvarez) appears to be transported to that time. He loves it; he wants to stay. But he learns some sociocultural lessons. "
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