Dominique Salerno: 3 chances to see a rising star dazzle… in a box

By Jesse Kornbluth
Published: May 01, 2017

When Dominique Salerno presented “The Box Show” last year, the Times reviewer called it “the most purely delicious production I’ve seen at this year’s Fringe Festival.” Now she’s back for a limited run, and I can understand why she got that rave: She does the entire show in a black box that’s 35″ x 35″ x 23″ — and in that claustrophobic space, she delivers 25 sketches, with hilarious characters that include a British pop star, the entire Greek Army squabbling inside the Trojan horse, and a baby in utero. If you’re free on a few Sunday nights — May 21 or June 4 or 11 — consider spending 90 minutes at 123 E 24th Street. Tickets are a bargain: $18. Click for info and tickets.