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“Kim's Convenience ”

The Pershing Square Signature Center
Ranked #285 of 1,208 things to do in New York City
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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

We were impressed by the play Kim's Convenience, part of the Soulpepper series playing this July at The Pershing. The playwright was even part of the famous, talented and much loved cast. Both emotional and funny. We enjoyed it. Highly recommend.

Thank Reasonable50
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

Signature Theatre is a beautiful bright artistic venue where we enjoyed the play The Antipodes by talented playrite Annie Baker. We were escorted to the 2nd floor ... there is a book shoppe & cafe in the foyer before we enter the theater proper. Exceptional performance space .. bravo!

Thank Laurie B
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

This is a great off-Broadway theater. Large, welcoming and comfortable. I loved the informality and ease of being there, as well as the ease of obtaining tickets. It is also ultimately accessible financially. Every ticket was $30 and I got front row seats. The production we saw was top-notch, from the set design to the costuming to the acting. Wonderful experience.

Thank Redwood67
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Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

Interesting theater venue, up to 5 separate venues, always changing shows every couple months.
Nothing planned on Saturday I decided to see All the Fine Boys last minute, very small theater with regular chairs.
Play itself starring Abigail Breslin was pretty good, more in depth then I thought it would be, definitely worth checking out before it ends end of March.

Thank tammyBaltimore_Md
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Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

Came to see All The Fine Boys this weekend. The establishment itself was decent. Had a cafe, bookstore, and a couple of theaters. My biggest complaint was that we couldn't get out tickets until an hour before our play started which is ridiculous. We got a will call email that never mentioned that. We made a special trip up to the theater earlier that day to be prepared and they said they were "not ready" and that we couldn't get them until later. We were almost late for the show that night because we got lost coming back and still had to pick up our tickets. If we had had the tickets earlier like we wanted there wouldn't have been a time issue. This is kinda stupid and all tickets for the day should be ready all day. Theater small and clean, a bit cold, but decent. Friendly staff. Needs to fix the ticket thing though.

Thank MelissaClaire93
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