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About Sorry For Your Loss

Like all the world's most insightful theatrical works, it began with a tweet.

On the tenth anniversary of a profound loss, comedian Michael Cruz Kayne felt compelled to describe his feelings of grief in 140 characters or less. Much to his surprise, more than 140,000 messages of support came back to him from all corners of the globe. Overwhelmed by the response, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert writer and host of "A Good Cry" created "Sorry for Your Loss," a sidesplitting, heartrending look at life — and death. This powerfully personal world premiere cuts through the platitudes, directly reaching out to anyone who has ever experienced loss — or will. So... everyone.

Start date

April 30th, 2023

End date

June 10th, 2023

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73 Reviews

XS2211

XS2211

314 Reviews | 188 Followers
96
Thought-provoking, Surprising, Entertaining, Had some ugly cry, Standup magician

See it if I didn’t know the dude, but became his fan. Master standup comedian with heartfelt autobiographical stories to share. Walk out less lonely.

Don’t see it if It’s not a theatrical production. No plot, no dance, some goofy singing tho. 75min only. Somewhat poetic, super healing 🫶🏼

Patrick M 4

Patrick M 4

1212 Reviews | 345 Followers
92
Thought-provoking, Great acting, Great staging, Great writing, Intelligent

See it if you want to spend 90 minutes looking at things differently as one performer shares thoughts on grief and laughter from his own experience.

Don’t see it if hearing very frank stories about loss of a young loved one and dealing with grief would be triggers for you.

DOUG Rob NYC

DOUG Rob NYC

770 Reviews | 424 Followers
94
Profound, Intelligent, Great writing, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if Powerful & moving performance on grief & loss with thoughtful messaging. Throughout show, the audience experienced laughter & sadness.

Don’t see it if I have no negative comments about the moving show. However, if you prefer a lighter topic, skip this one.

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

614 Reviews | 286 Followers
85
Thought-provoking, Profound, Great writing, Funny, Absorbing

See it if M. Cruz Kayne, comedian, perf(writer on the Late Show with S.Colbert) opens his heart&gives a touching tribute to his late 34day yo son in *

Don’t see it if You don't like to mix humor with grief, although Michael's approach could be healing for some.

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Sorry For Your Loss cast and creative team

By: Michael Cruz Kayne
Director: Josh Sharp
Producer: Audible Theater
Cast list: Michael Cruz Kayne
Design: Brett Banakis
Costumes: Rodrigo Muñoz
Lighting: Cha See
Sound: Connor Wang
Other info: Projection design by Aaron Rhyne

Venue

18 Minetta Lane (between Bleecker and West 3rd Street), New York, NY, USA, 10012

More information about Sorry For Your Loss

Emmy-nominated comic Michael Cruz Kayne takes the stage with a comedy show about life — and death. Get Sorry For Your Loss tickets on TodayTix.

Sorry For Your Loss is a show to remind people, in a humorous way, they're not alone in experiencing loss and going through all that comes with it. Ten years after Kayne and his wife lost their young child, he opened up about his grief on Twitter for the first time and received over 140,000 messages of support. Those messages inspired Sorry For Your Loss off Broadway.

"Losing a child is not funny," Kayne said in an interview. "What is funny is all the crap that surrounds it, the funeral industry, the cards people buy you, the weird shit they say... The contrast between the endlessness that you feel and the complete stupidness of the rest of the world."

Kayne is a veteran of the NYC comedy scene, having performed in various comedy showcases around the city for years. He is best known for his work as a staff writer on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and a creative consultant for Billy on the Street.

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What to Watch For

  • Kayne and director Josh Sharp have teamed up before. Kayne directed a two-person musical Fucking Identical Twins in New York, and Sharp co-wrote and co-stars in an upcoming film adaptation with A24.
  • Kayne's writing for Colbert has earned him three Emmy nominations, a Peabody Award, and a Writers Guild of America Award.
  • Kayne also has a podcast about grief called A Good Cry, which blends comedy and tragedy similarly to Sorry For Your Loss. Guests have included comedians Joel Kim Booster, Stephen Colbert, and Nicole Byer.

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