Three-time Emmy Award nominee Adam Driver ("Star Wars: The Last Jedi") and Golden Globe Award winner Keri Russell ("The Americans") star in the first-ever Broadway revival of Lanford Wilson’s acclaimed play. More…
'Burn This' tells the story of four New Yorkers whose lives are uprooted by a young dancer's accidental death. Set in downtown New York in the raw and gritty 1980s, the combustible drama explores the spiritual and emotional isolation of the dangerous, sexy, raw, and demanding Pale (Adam Driver) and the modern dancer Anna (Keri Russell), and their tempestuous relationship after the two iconoclasts are brought together in the wake of a life-changing personal tragedy. Directed by Tony Award winner Michael Mayer.
See it if you want to see Adam Driver light up the stage! Driver is full of energy as he plays an awkward man-child.
Don't see it if you dislike profanity, infidelity, or homosexual topics. The cast feels uneven – there was better overall chemistry between Pale and Larry!
See it if You are seeking pure entertainment, enjoy Interesting story line and are open to clever acting to tell the story
Don't see it if You’re looking for a rip roaring, fluffy story or are looking for a flashy set
See it if you are a fan of the actors-all 3 are good, but the book-not believable. Driver overpowers Russell, and Uranowitz gets the good lines.
Don't see it if you expect a believable story or expect Keri Russell to shine. One can't see why she is attracted to "Pale". His part is funny-not sexy.
See it if you want to experience the acting talents of Adam Driver, Keri Russell, and Brandon Uranowitz. The story is engaging and entertaining.
Don't see it if you are not interested in seeing an excellent rival with a cast that shines in every way.
See it if you want to see great acting in a well written play. Adam Driver's performance is one of the best this theatre season.
Don't see it if you only like musicals. I really can't think of a reason not to see it.
See it if you enjoy stories set in the 80's with strong leads really digging deep. Russell was a pleasure to watch and Driver played up his awkardness
Don't see it if you don't enjoy large scale productions that take place all in one room or intense stories laced with themes of loss.
See it if you want to see a classic play by Lanford Wilson headlined by an unforgettable performance by Adam Driver.
Don't see it if you want this to be a flawless production of said play. But see it anyways. The play and Driver are too good to pass up.
See it if you're a fan of the actors or playwright, or like snappy dialogue in plays about mismatched souls.
Don't see it if you prefer fast-paced or more intricate storytelling; don't like loud, unpredictable characters that shout a lot.
See it if you like shows with deep character study. Adam Driver and Brandon Uranowitz are exquisite. It's more slice of life than spectacle.
Don't see it if you want a plot with a big driving force. This is just 4 characters living their lives with grief and romance. There's no mystery here.
See it if you are a fan of the principals as they all give stellar performances.
Don't see it if You want to see a quick show. This runs almost three hours and a half hour could be trimmed.
See it if If you would enjoy an unconventional romance between two very different people.
Don't see it if The attraction and improbable relationship seems too contrived and unrealistic. If you would be offended by profanity, drug and alcohol use.
See it if you are a fan of Adam Driver or Keri Russell. Driver's performance is unforgettable.
Don't see it if you prefer lighter plays or musicals or dislike plays with a lot of dialogue or if you prefer strong female characters.
See it if You want to laugh your pants off. Adam is a phenomenal actor. You like stories and relationships and love
Don't see it if The start of the play is a bit slow but overall it was good.
See it if You like talk-y plays featuring New Yorkers in their early 30s coping with tragedy. And are a fan of Driver.
Don't see it if You don't like the 1987 play or are overly sensitive to not PC language.
See it if you love Adam Driver or Brandon Uranowitz. They are wonderful and elevate the show immensely.
Don't see it if you're expecting a brilliant performance from Keri Russell.
See it if Go if you’re an Adam Driver or Keri Russell fan: they’re both great. Love the play: great script. Funny, romantic, very human. LOVED THIS!
Don't see it if I can’t imagine why you shouldn’t see it unless some themes of death, gay issues or adultery might be a trigger.I loved this:run don’t walk!