The Public Theater presents avant-garde theater maker Richard Foreman's new work.
Comments from published critics
‘‘This show is squarely for those who have always salivated over Foreman’s work and not for those uncomfortable with having no clue what’s going on.’’
‘‘'Prostitutes' is impeccably turned out, using Foreman's signature stark colors (reds and blacks are always favored) and inventive lighting and sound design to fill in a disconnected story about a man...who orbits a coy coquette.’’
‘‘This gleeful mind- and memory-bender finds its creator in an unusually nostalgic frame of mind.’’