“No Place to Go” is based on a true story of how Lipton found his way to what he calls the key word of 21st century employment: adaptability. In his cabaret-style show that begins with news that his company is about to relocate, Lipton works out his future through blues, folk, jazz and monologues.
NO PLACE TO GO: Two River’s Charming Night of Jazz Cabaret
Charming in its story and characterization, and truly unique as a theatrical experience, NO PLACE TO GO features only Lipton and a three-piece jazz band on a tiny stage that Two River has built into its black box space, beautifully converted into a facsimile cabaret nightclub.
Two River’s latest is most definitely the ‘Place to Go’
It’s the feel-good, “feel bad” show of the season – and if you haven’t yet caught up with Ethan Lipton’s “No Place to Go” in its current engagement at Red Bank’s Two River Theater, you’ve denied yourself one of the more satisfying theatergoing experiences to pass this way in a long time.