Electronic City by Falk Richter

Tom (Brandon Lee Olson) loses track of his existence in New Stage Theatre Company’s production of Falk Richter’s Electronic City. Original photo courtesy of the company.
A little taste of Lower East Side theatre on the Upper West Side

By Andrew Andrews

There’s a gem of a theatre on the UWS that seems more likely at home in the experimental core of the East Village, or even the edgy hinterlands of north Brooklyn.

Like the magical Brigadoon, New Stage Performance Space appears on the radar for a brief moment every spring to bring a little bit of Lower East cool to the Upper West.

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Andrew Andrews attended Electronic City by Falk Richter at New Stage Performance Space in New York on Thursday, April 25, 2019 @ 8:00pm to write this review.

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