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Entertainment, Plays, New York, Comedy, Danny Isserless, Efrat Aviv, Gal Friedman, Israeli, New Play, The Players Theatre, Off Broadway, ensemble, Lotus Etrog, Naama Amit, Tamara Klayngon, Tziporela

Odd Birdz

by Angel Lam

Written, Created and Directed by Tziporela

Off Broadway, New Comedy

The Players Theatre, 115 Macdougal Street

Tickets $45 - $75 | Runs through 15 September 2015

  Efrat Aviv in   Odd Birdz  Efrat Aviv in  Odd Birdz

This Israel-based ensemble will surprise and dazzle you in a multitude of ways using their array of acting skills. An admirable work of comedic sketches, they seem to flow endlessly and zealously, from a sensational, cinematic opening on different movie-going scenarios (performed by Efrat Aviv and Gal Friedman), to a blind-date using as few words as possible (performed by Tamara Klayngon and Gal Friedman), to a situational skit where a word propels a completely irrelevant new scene (performed Tamara Klayngon, Danny Isserless and Gal Friedman), to a “Sex and the City”-like girl-talk scene (performed Lotus Etrog, Naama Amit, Efrat Aviv and Tamara Klayngon) using only one word (or sound) per line.

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