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Bridge And Tunnel


Written by: Sarah Jones.
Directed by: Tony Taccone
Cast: Sarah Jones.
Synopsis: Sarah Jones portrays over a dozen characters including a Pakistani accountant, a Chinese mother and a young Latina at a local community poetry slam. The characters in the work explore issues of assimilation in modern urban America, putting the New York melting pot to the test.

What the critics had to say.....

CHARLES ISHERWOOD of the NEW YORK TIMES says �Admire, please. Gasp and applaud to your heart's content.�
CLIVE BARNES of THE NEW YORK POST says "Jones is unquestionably a good actress, but the passionless material ... is paper-thin, and slowly tears into pieces before one's eyes. "
ROMA TORRE of NY1 says "It is a tour de force that makes you think and feel in equal measure. This U.N. assortment of common men and women is quite a trip, and anyone who considers himself a citizen of the world shouldn't miss it."
MICHAEL KUCHWARA of ASSOCIATED PRESS says "It's a hymn to the diversity of the American dream _funny, biting and emotional. But Jones possesses the ability to pull it off. She has the comic timing of a burlesque comedian, the verbal dexterity of a Sotheby's auctioneer and malleable."
FRANK SCHECK of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER says "If her procession of characters eventually becomes a bit wearying, the depth and skill with which she renders them more than justify this Broadway transfer."

External links to full reviews from newspapers
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