The Verdict: Critics Review Ethan Coen's Women Or Nothing, Directed by David Cromer, at Atlantic Theater Company

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17 Sep 2013

Halley Feiffer and Susan Pourfar
Halley Feiffer and Susan Pourfar
Photo by Kevin Thomas Garcia

Ethan Coen’s first full-length play, Women Or Nothing, starring Tony Award nominee Deborah Rush, Halley Feiffer, Susan Pourfar and Robert Beitzel, officially opened Sept. 16 at the Atlantic Theater Company.

Directed by David Cromer (Our Town, Tribes, The House of Blue Leaves), Women or Nothing began previews Aug. 28 and will run through Oct. 13 at the Linda Gross Theater.

"Women or Nothing is a play about two women so desperate to have a child that one of them will even sleep with a man," press notes state. "Who the man is, what he thinks is going on, what the women think about what he thinks, and what the mother of one of the women reveals about her own colorful past — it all defies belief. Why then does it all make sense?"

The critics have filed their reviews, and Playbill.com has collected them for our readers. Click through to read them all. Playbill.com will continue to update our list as the reviews come in.

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Tickets and membership information are available by visiting atlantictheater.org.