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"Hilarious" - New York Post

"Outrageously Funny! Critics' Pick!" - Time Out New York

"Boldy Original!" - New York 1 Television

"Smart And Entertaining! Critics' Pick!"- The New York Times

"A Deeply Satisfying And Thought Provoking Theatrical Experience!" - Theatremania

One of the best-reviewed new plays of the 2010-2011 Off Broadway season, Jeff Cohen's THE MAN WHO ATE MICHAEL ROCKEFELLER takes a startling and outrageously funny, upside-down view of what happens when the Western world intrudes on an ancient, so-called primitive culture. Adapted from the short story by Christopher Stokes, THE MAN WHO ATE... tells the story from the native peoplesâ point-of-view: set among the Asmat tribe of New Guinea, the play explores the still-unsolved disappearance in 1961 of Michael C. Rockefeller, the 23-year-old son of New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller.

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