The End of Longing OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • NY TIMES

  • Opening Night:
    June 5, 2017
    Closing:
    July 1, 2017

    Theater: Lucille Lortel Theatre / 121 Christopher Street, New York, NY, 10014

    Synopsis: 

    An alcoholic, an escort, a self-diagnosed neurotic and a well-intentioned dimwit walk into a bar... Broken and deeply flawed, they find their lives irreversibly entwined no matter how hard they try to break free of one another. The End of Longing is a bittersweet comedy that proves that broken people don't need to stay broken.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF The End of Longing

    The End of Longing

    Jesse Green

    June 5, 2017:

    Matthew Perry, the author and star of “The End of Longing,” doesn’t list “Friends” in his program bio, but he doesn’t need to. That hit television series, on which he played the wiseacre Chandler Bing for 10 seasons, sticks to him like a sweaty shirt.

    Far from a Bing-ectomy, “The End of Longing,” which opened on Monday in a slick MCC Theater production, amounts to a relapse. The part Mr. Perry has written for himself is a Chandler gone to seed, a round-the-clock drunk named Jack who is eking his way through his late 40s on sarcasm and a last filament of charm.

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