Say Something Bunny! audiences react…


Such talent … team of two superbly creative people Alison S.M. Kobayashi and Christopher Allen behind…

Posted by Yesha Bansal on Sunday, July 16, 2017

This material was approached with an unbelievable amount of curiosity, openness, intellect, empathy, technology and…

Posted by Elizabeth Strickler on Friday, June 30, 2017


Posted by Ariel Kavoussi on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

A living work of incredible research and depth that transcends either documentary or performance art. Unmissable.

Posted by Patrick Conway on Thursday, June 1, 2017

I kinda need you all to go see the spectacular “Say Something Bunny” ASAP so I can drink and talk about it with a lot of…

Posted by Gabriel Sedgwick on Friday, May 19, 2017



The door opens to delight and madness and genius, a found recording interpreted and fulfilled by ASM Kobayashi. #SaySomethingBunny

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This material was approached with an unbelievable amount of curiosity, openness, intellect, empathy, technology and…

Posted by Elizabeth Strickler on Friday, June 30, 2017

Alison Kobayashi is riveting in this performance, which defies categorization. “Say Something Bunny” made me think about…

Posted by Pooja Rangan on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Last weekend I got to see Asm Kobayashi and Christopher Allen documentary performance “Say Something Bunny” in Chelsea….

Posted by Beata Calinska on Friday, June 2, 2017

Jim Supanick says: “Ever had family come visit from out of town who insist on “treating” you to a mind-numbing Broadway…

Posted by Say Something Bunny on Saturday, May 27, 2017

@asmkobayashi is killing the found object, research based, story telling, performance game 💪🏼🔑🕯#majorkey

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Incredibly well researched, brilliantly interpreted, full of humanity.
Highly highly highly recommended.
Will make your day.

Posted by Brent Chesanek on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Say something Bunny …. 🐰 #nyc #art things @uniondocs #love #alisonsmkobayashi

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I was lucky enough to see a preview of Asm Kobayashi’s brilliant, fascinating, hilarious and moving work, Say Something…

Posted by Michael Harren on Friday, May 19,



Preview performance of @saysomethingbunny by @asmkobayashi from last weekend. NYC friends, don't miss it.

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Kathleen Amshoff writes: GO SEE THIS SHOW! PROGRAM THIS SHOW! It’s the most original, absorbing thing I’ve seen in a…

Posted by Say Something Bunny on Monday, May 22, 2017



A totally unique and unforgettable work of art. I was awed by the detective work that went into interpreting this found…

Ok people in NY or who are coming through or who want to make a trip just to see an amazing performance, here it is:…

Posted by Chi-hui Yang on Sunday, June 4, 2017

Posted by Amy Zarin on Thursday, June 1, 2017

We should all be so lucky for something as amazing as Say Something Bunny to happen with our family artifacts one day….

Posted by Julie Mente on Friday, June 16, 2017

Getting back from NYC run of Say Something Bunny. Hot damn. Only 20ish seats per performance. But OMG, a wholly seminal performative-doc experience, finding new territory: 10/10

Posted by Emile B Klein on Friday, May 19, 2017

The Toronto run of SAY SOMETHING BUNNY was so far and away my favourite media experience of last year, I actually…

Posted by Peter Kuplowsky on Saturday, May 20, 2017

Last night I saw something incredible in NY. It's a small show called Say Something Bunny with a big story and amazing…

Posted by Dan Wolf on Friday, June 23, 2017

the work will tingle u with the richness of everything 〰 what a heart!

Posted by Kat Hunt on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Describing, or even categorizing, Alison S. M. Kobayashi’s (@asmkobayashi; MF 16) “Say Something Bunny!” is hard. It has elements of documentary storytelling, but it’s also theatrical and experiential. Documentary filmmaker Penny Lane (@pennyjupiter; MF 16) says we should see the show “or suffer the misery of all your cool friends failing to describe it to you adequately.” With that in mind, we’ll be as succinct as possible: The germination of the work began when Alison obtained a 60-year-old amateur recording by a long-island family, and through months of listening, research, and writing, she constructed a two-hour history of this family—aided by props, audio, video, and costumes—that she performs for a small audience seated at a round table. Last spring, Alison came to MacDowell to spend a few weeks writing “Say Something Bunny!,” and we were lucky to experience the piece in person during its current run in NYC, co-presented with @UnionDocs. If you swipe left, you can see the acknowledgements page from the work's script. . To find out more, watch a trailer for the show, and buy tickets, go to . . . #MadeAtMacDowell #SaySomethingBunny #MacDowellColony

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Brett Story writes: “New York friends, be sure to catch Asm Kobayashi’s brilliant and wildly original new performance…

Posted by Say Something Bunny on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A delightful and immensely creative performance. “Say Something Bunny” puts you in the place of people you’ve never heard of. And then it makes you wonder about them. Highly recommend!

Posted by Josh Guilford on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Beyond excited to check out #saysomethingbunny tonight, tending bar for @uniondocs

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This show will stay with you for days! Catch it while you can.

Posted by Yael Melamede on Thursday, June 1, 2017

Wow. What a special experience you’ve created, Asm Kobayashi

Tickets are available through July! See Say Something Bunny! There is a 0% chance you’ll be disappointed.

Posted by Sarah Jacobson on Friday, May 19, 2017

With a wig or a pair of glasses Alison in a few moments create so many different characters. The energy she exerts in…

Posted by Jose Luis Medina on Friday, May 19, 2017

Say Something Bunny was an intimate theater experience unlike anything I have ever seen. I was captivated by this…

Posted by Mary Cekay Allen on Thursday, June 1, 2017

Quirky, intriguing, and heartfelt. An immersive, participatory experience!

Posted by Evan Neff on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

7.9 #saysomethingbunny

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