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Nylon
Off Off Broadway, Blockchain Theater Project at Theaterlab

Reviewed by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A small and intimate new play that manages to be simultaneously simple and yet intricately plotted.

One of the exciting things about Off Off Broadway is getting to see the work of great artists in intimate settings. Sofia Alvarez’s work can be seen on Netflix and has been produced by Second Stage, but you can see her latest play in the 57-seat TheaterLab. Alvarez is the founding artistic director of the brand new Blockchain Theater Project (BTP), and Nylon is their pilot production...

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