Tiny Dynamite OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
June 7, 2012
Closing:
July 1, 2012

Theater: 59E59 Theaters / 59 East 59th St., New York, NY, 10022

Synopsis: 

Childhood friends Lucien and Anthony escape for a summer in the country. When the dazzling Madeline explodes into their lives, she tears open old wounds, awakening bittersweet secrets of friendship and love. Tiny Dynamite, by Abi Morgan, is an electric play about love, loss and the tiny moments that can change your life forever.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Tiny Dynamite

    Drawing New Lines in a Romantic Triangle

    DAVID ROONEY

    June 14, 2012: Before gaining wider visibility as a screenwriter with “The Iron Lady,” “Shame” and the BBC series “The Hour,” Abi Morgan acquired a reputation in Britain for her formally and stylistically inventive plays, which have been compared to the work of Caryl Churchill because of their pithy language and elliptical action. Her drama “Tiny Dynamite” was a hit at the 2001 Edinburgh Festival Fringe in a production that united two adventurous British companies, the new-writing specialists Paines Plough and Frantic Assembly, known for dynamic physical theater. It featured Steven Hoggett, who was also one of the directors and is known in New York for creating the idiosyncratic choreography for “Once,” “Black Watch” and “American Idiot.”

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Tiny Dynamite

    Tiny Dynamite

    CHRIS KOMPANEK

    June 14, 2012: Abi Morgan is best known to American audiences for penning screenplays for The Iron Lady and Shame, but she's been writing plays overseas for more than a decade, nabbing an Oliver Award nomination for most promising playwright in 2001.

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