What Did Critics Think of Endlings Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop? | Playbill

The Verdict What Did Critics Think of Endlings Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop?
Directed by Sammi Cannold, Celine Song's play opened March 9.
Wai Ching Ho, Jo Yang &amp; Emily Kuroda in <i>Endlings </i>
Wai Ching Ho, Jo Yang & Emily Kuroda in Endlings Chad Batka

Celine Song's Endlings, directed by Sammi Cannold, officially opened March 9 at New York Theatre Workshop and the reviews are in!

In Endlings, three elderly haenyeos—sea women—spend their dying days diving into the ocean to harvest seafood on the Korean island of Man-Jae. Across the globe on the island of Manhattan, a Korean-Canadian playwright, twice an immigrant, spends her days wrestling with the expectation that she write “authentic” stories about her identity.

See what critics wrote about the show below.

New York Magazine / Vulture (Helen Shaw)

New York Stage Review (Jesse Oxfeld)

The New York Times (Jesse Green)

Time Out New York (Naveen Kumar)

The Wrap (Robert Hofler)

Production Photos: Endlings Off-Broadway at NYTW

Returning to the play from last year's A.R.T. production (also directed by Cannold) are Wai Ching Ho (Daredevil), Emily Kuroda (Gilmore Girls), Jiehae Park (Sleep), and Jo Yang (Comfort Women). They are joined by Matt DaSilva (Ragtime on Ellis Island) as White Stage Manager, Miles G. Jackson (The Last O.G.) as White Husband, Mark Mauriello (OSCAR at The Crown) as White Stage Manager/Turtle, Keith Pinault (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) as White Stage Manager, and Andy Talen (Sleep No More) as White Stage Manager.

The NYTW production, which began February 19, features scenic design by Emmy Award winner Jason Sherwood (Sojourners/Her Portmanteau), costume design by Tony Award winner Linda Cho (The Great Society), lighting design by Tony Award winner Bradley King (Hadestown), and sound design by Elisheba Ittoop (An Ordinary Muslim) and Ien DeNio (Rinse, Repeat). Alfredo Macias (The Play That Goes Wrong) is the stage manager.
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