What Do Critics Think of Napoli, Brooklyn?

The Verdict   What Do Critics Think of Napoli, Brooklyn?
 
Meghan Kennedy’s coming-of-age story of three sisters takes place in a rapidly-changing Park Slope during the 1960s.
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The Roundabout Theatre Company production of Meghan Kennedy’s Napoli, Brooklyn, the story of an Italian-American family in a rapidly-changing Park Slope during the 1960s, officially opened Off-Broadway June 27. Jordyn DiNatale, Lilli Kay, and Elise Kibler star as the three Muscolino sisters at the heart of the play, who increasingly find themselves at odds with their parents’ traditional values.

Directed by Gordon Edelstein, the new play began performances June 9.

Rounding out the cast are Shirine Babb as Celia Jones, Alyssa Bresnahan as Luda, Juliet Brett as Connie Duffy, Erik Lochtefeld as Albert Duffy, and Michael Rispoli as Nic Muscolino.

Read what critics thought of the New York premiere below:

The Hollywood Reporter (Frank Scheck)

Huffington Post (Steven Suskin)

The New York Times (Jesse Green)

NY Daily News (Joe Dziemianowicz)

Time Out New York (Helen Shaw)

The Wrap (Thom Geier)

Playbill will continue to update with reviews as they are published.

Watch highlights from the production below:

Performances of Napoli, Brooklyn are in the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, located at 111 W. 46th Street. The limited Off-Broadway engagement is currently scheduled through September 3.

Tickets are available by calling (212) 719-1300, online at Roundabouttheatre.org, and in person at any Roundabout box office: The Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 West 46th Street), American Airlines Theatre box office (227 West 42nd Street), and Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street).

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