Colin Quinn’s Unconstitutional is Coming to Netflix


Colin Quinn Unconstitutional Gets Netflix Run

Colin Quinn tweeted some big news.  “Colin Quinn Unconstitutional” is coming to Netflix! Now all you couch huggers will be able to see the genius of CQ’s one man stage show dissecting, deconstructing and devouring our nations most revered document– the US Constitution.  The show, which was directed by Rebecca Trent originally ran at the Barrow Theater in New York City with an extended run at the Cherry Street Theater.

Colin Quinn’s “The New York Story” To Get Extended Run in NYC

How did such an exciting gift land in our laps? Broadway World reports that Netflix is celebrating the success of Quinn’s new one man show, “The New York Story” which was just given a second run at the Cherry Lane Theater. The original run continues through August 16th, but if you can’t get to New York City in time, you’ll get a second chance starting October 20th. The show is based on Colin’s new book, “The Coloring Book” which tackles issues of race, political correctness and diversity. “The New York Story” is directed by Jerry Seinfeld, who also directed another Quinn solo show, “Long Story Short.”

So now you can be lazy and entertained, and possibly even learn something. Netflix’s exclusively stream of “Colin Quinn Unconstitutional” starts August 15th.

Tickets to see “The New York Story” are available at

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