Oh Hello! OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    December 10, 2015
    Closing:
    December 20, 2015

    Theater: Cherry Lane Theatre / 38 Commerce Street, New York, NY, 10014

    Synopsis: 

    Oh Hello! Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland are coming to Broadway! More specifically: Off Broadway. To the Cherry Lane Theatre near the Christopher St PATH station. Fresh off the success of their hit prank show "Too Much Tuna," these two Alan Alda-obsessed Upper West Side bachelors are returning to their roots in New York theatre. Having wowed audiences with past theatrical works like "True Upper West" and the "Annie Get Your Gun" inspired "Bernie Goetz You Gun: A Non Musical Drama," Faizon and St. Geegland are back for a total victory lap and to premiere their new play "We're Us, You're You, Let's Talk." Tickets are a lot of mony. Join us, won't you? And say Oh Hello...all over again.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Oh Hello!

    In ‘Oh Hello,’ Sour and Crotchety Old Men at Their Best

    Ben Brantley

    December 10, 2015: Far be it from me to suggest that the great David Mamet was looking over the shoulders of the great Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland when they composed their latest chef-d’oeuvre. Or that the respectable Messrs. Faizon and St. Geegland might have been eavesdropping on Mr. Mamet in rehearsal. But is it really just a coincidence that two brand-new plays from eminent American dramatists have arrived in New York within days of each other and just happen to feature septuagenarian men with agitated gray hair and mushy accents sputtering though one-way phone conversations? I mean, great minds and all that, but still. A week after Mr. Mamet’s “China Doll,” starring Al Pacino, opened on Broadway, Mr. Faizon and Mr. St. Geegland’s “Oh, Hello, Live! on (Off) Broadway” opened at the Cherry Lane Theater on Thursday night. Both plays are shtick-driven two-character shows that portray ambition-addled, desperate men in the autumns of their lives, and both are attracting hard-core cult audiences.

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