Lonely, I’m Not OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

  • NY TIMES

  • AP

  • VARIETY

  • DAILY NEWS

  • NY POST

Opening Night:
May 7, 2012
Closing:
May 27, 2012

Theater: Second Stage Theatre / 305 West 43rd Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

At an age when most people are discovering what they want to do with their lives, Porter has been married and divorced, earned seven figures as a corporate "ninja," and had a nervous breakdown. It's been four years since he's had a job or a date, and he's decided to give life another shot.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Lonely, I’m Not

    A Match Oh So Perfectly Mismatched

    Ben Brantley

    May 7, 2012: Ah, spring, when even a misanthrope’s fancy turns to thoughts of love, or at least the vicarious experience of it. Seriously, don’t you feel in the mood for a romantic comedy right about now — one that isn’t too sappy on the one hand, or too snarky on the other?

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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW OF Lonely, I’m Not

    Review: Touching but Forced 'Lonely, I'm Not'

    Mark Kennedy

    May 8, 2012: Heather and Porter's relationship is having a rocky start midway through Paul Weitz's new comedy "Lonely, I'm Not."

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Lonely, I’m Not

    Lonely, I'm Not

    Marilyn Stasio

    May 7, 2012: Paul Weitz, who shot to fame with "American Pie," has a thing for compulsive overachievers who flame out on the pyre of their own ambitions. Scribe returns to the subject he took up in "Trust" and "Privilege" with his new play, "Lonely, I'm Not," the tragicomic tale of a corporate "ninja" struggling to pull himself together after a nervous breakdown. Weitz confers his engaging gift of gab on this semi-catatonic hero, Topher Grace plays him with boundless charm in helmer Trip Cullman's inventive production, and love-interest Olivia Thirlby gives him reason to live. Second Stage scores again.

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  • NEW YORK DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Lonely, I’m Not

    Theater Review: ‘Lonely, I’m Not’

    Joe Dziemianowicz

    May 7, 2012: Even with a thin story and tendency to spell out its themes, Paul Weitz’s new play at Second Stage, “Lonely, I’m Not,” is fun and worthwhile just to see two exceptionally appealing young actors shine in sterling star turns.

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  • NY POST REVIEW OF Lonely, I’m Not

    Full of comic Grace notes

    Frank Scheck

    May 7, 2012: No one makes depression as attractive as Topher Grace. In “Lonely, I’m Not,” the former star of TV’s “That ’70s Show” manages to make abject misery seem the only rational way to see the world.

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