Lay of the Land OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

  • NY TIMES

  • BACKSTAGE

Opening Night:
December 1, 2010
Closing:
December 11, 2010

Theater: P.S. 122 / 150 1st Avenue (@ Corner of 9th Street), New York, NY, 10009

Synopsis: 

Performance Space 122 co-founder Tim Miller's sharp-knifed, saucy look at the State of the Queer Union during a time of trial! Careening from his sexy misadventures performing in 45 States, to Marriage Equality street protests, to the electoral assaults on gay folks all over the country, to his life as a grade-school flag monitor, to choking on cheap meat caught in his 10 year old gay boy's throat, Lay of the Land friskily gets at that feeling of gay folks being perpetually on trial, on the ballot, and on the menu! Lay of the Land is a "lay" in all kinds of ways: a sex-assignation, a queer citizenship map, and of course a narrative ballad with a recurrent refrain! (Miller's favorite way-down-the-list definition for "lay"!).

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Lay of the Land

    Performance Artist Returns to His Old Stomping Grounds

    Jason Zinoman

    December 7, 2010: Is anyone a performance artist anymore? Tim Miller might be one of the last working theater artists to embrace fully the term, already vague to the point of meaninglessness when Eric Bogosian made fun of it in his 1994 slacker drama, “Suburbia.”

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  • BACKSTAGE REVIEW OF Lay of the Land

    Lay of the Land

    Erik Haagensen

    December 2, 2010: When Tim Miller started his entrance down the short aisle of the tiny black-box theater at Performance Space 122, I got worried.

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