I See You OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    November 17, 2014
    Closing:
    December 14, 2014

    Theater: The Flea Theater / 41 White Street, New York, NY, 10013

    Synopsis: 

    A disengaged stay-at-home dad and an apocalyptically anxious mom meet in this illicit rom com that spins out of control. In a world headed for disaster, what are the rules? “I See You is really about the psychic and emotional stress of living in the cusp of the apocalypse – which is sort of where we are,” says Robin who is returning to The Flea for her second production following The Light Outside.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF I See You

    That Litany of Complaints Is Attractive

    Neil Genzlinger

    November 17, 2014: If you still enjoy that favorite sport of the “i” age — complaining about the omnipresence of electronic devices and the shortage of real conversation — the Flea Theater has a play, and a woman, for you. If, on the other hand, you’ve heard that particular whine too often and have made your peace with the new reality of modern life, you might have problems with the Flea’s latest offering, a world premiere by Kate Robin called I See You. Ms. Robin, a writer and co-executive producer of the Showtime series The Affair, has apparently been finding extramarital engagements intriguing lately. Here she gives us a two-hander in which a man (Stephen Barker Turner) and a woman (Danielle Slavick), each married to someone else, find their way to a level of intimacy each has been missing, aided by an allergic reaction and alarming weather. They meet cute while watching over their children in a kiddie ball pit, and how credible you find the play will depend on your reaction to a stranger who without provocation disgorges a litany of complaints about Instagram, iPads, gluten, climate change and the impending collapse of civilization.

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