Broadway: Choir Boy, Lobby Hero, Six Degrees of Separation, Significant Other. Select off-Broadway: The Mother, I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard (Atlantic); Days of Rage, The Layover, Lonely I’m Not, The Substance of Fire, Some Men, Bachelorette, Swimming in the Shallows (Second Stage); Punk Rock (Obie Award), Yen, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Gynecologic Oncology Unit At Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Of New York City (MCC); Significant Other (Roundabout); Choir Boy, Murder Ballad (MTC); A Small Fire (Drama Desk nom.), Assistance, The Drunken City (Playwrights Horizons); The Hallway Trilogy: Nursing, The Last Sunday in June (Rattlestick); Dog Sees God (Century Center); Roulette (EST); US Drag (stageFARM); and several productions with The Play Company. London: The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, PA (Tricycle). Select regional: Geffen, Alliance, Old Globe, South Coast Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Bay Street, Williamstown Theater Festival.
(Updated Mar 2019)
Perfectly cast, beautifully acted, fluidly directed by Trip Cullman, and astutely designed. Halley Feiffer’s performance is smart, brave, and unsparing.
—Ben Brantley, The New York Times
Editor’s Pick! “In her 75-minute jaw-dropper, Feiffer delivers a performance that matches the brutal honesty of her writing.”
This play aims to explore the corrosive effects of the patriarchy on women and men alike — to examine the culture that has created the phenomenon of toxic masculinity and its insidious effects, and to start imagining ways we can break free.
Her investigation is as frank and unsettling as anything she has written...by turns hilarious and unflattering but always affecting portrait of a young woman drawn to someone she should know better than to love.
This aching world is penned by a writer who’s a connoisseur of the purest laugh, the highest joke, the laugh that can laugh at that which is unhappy. It makes the medicine go down. (Adam Greenfield, Associate Artistic Director)