SPAM u.s. première @ jack in brooklyn – glowing reviews!

SPAM by Rafael Spregelburd

U.S. Premiere!

Thur. 4/14 – 4/30 at JACK in Clinton Hill, Bklyn

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Vin Knight and Dominic Russo in SPAM. Photo by Evan Bernadin.

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CRITICS ARE SAYING:

Village Voice
“Memento meets Notes From the Underground… fascinating… the piece uses the plight of an amnesia-stricken academic to meditate on the cultural garbage, fraud, and memory loss that contemporary capitalism creates… will make you grateful that Spregelburd’s own faraway missive made it here from Argentina.”

Huffington Post
“Smart, innovative, and delightfully snarky… a great theatrical experience… Move SPAM to your physical and mental inboxes and head over to JACK in Brooklyn to see this production!”

Exeunt Magazine
“Rafael Spregelburd opens Pandora’s box with SPAM. It couldn’t be more fun watching disaster strike! …You’ll have to see the show to understand, but that’s exactly what you should do!”

New York Theatre Review
“SPAM is a moment of existential stasis in a hyperkinetic world.”

Culture Catch
“Vin Knight gives an absolutely bravura performance!… Not to be missed!

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4/26/16 – NEW YORK THEATRE REVIEW 

4/24/16 – CULTURE CATCH – “You’ve Got Spam!”

4/20/16 – VILLAGE VOICE – “SPAM Makes It Past Our Filter”

4/19/16 – EXEUNT MAGAZINE – “Rafael Spregelburd opens Pandora’s Box

4/18/16 – HUFFINGTON POST – “Move To Inbox: Rafael Spregelburd’s SPAM” 

 

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AUDIENCES ARE SAYING:

Saw this last night and it is just so so so good. Go see it. As a matter of fact, I could see it again. So I’ll go with you.” – G. Vasquez

“It was huge to get to see Samuel Buggeln‘s and The Cherry‘s new production of SPAM at Jack. Such an intricate, strange, and meticulously crafted work that ranges from disturbing to hilarious to baffling to profoundly moving. Congratulations to all involved in this innovative and powerful production. Go see this ASAP!” – R. Lustig

“Saw a really great production at JACK last night—excellent, smart script presented and performed beautifully. Do yourself a favor and go see this!” – B. Rowel

“Memento-esque” – B. Luster
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