I AM I – “Montreal playwright’s anti-narrative aesthetic”

“The characters in Mike Czuba’s new tragi-comedy “I AM I” may state in frustration that they hate postmodernism, but the show owns its very appeal to this fragmented, and yet strangely cohesive genius of narrative.” Lucian Tion, Amsterdam Fringe – 2013 FOUND HERE.“…If you spent the entirety of Waiting for Godot wondering when the hell […]

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I AM I – is waiting for you…

“The characters in Mike Czuba’s new tragi-comedy “I am I” may state in frustration that they hate postmodernism, but the show owns its very appeal to this fragmented, and yet strangely cohesive genius of narrative that brings together in a hodgepodge of at times entertaining, at times disquieting instances two highly neurotic (and charismatic) leading […]

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I AM I – Review from Amsterdam.

Here is a review excerpt of Orange Tea Theatre’s production of Mike Czuba’s I AM I. Full review on-line here. Follow Orange Tea Theatre here and on twitter here. “Dating in the Postmodern World.” by Lucian Tion …Remember those times you’d buy her a bouquet of flowers and later go for a stroll together through […]

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