Jason Alexander stars in this limited run comedy about a death in the family, which brings playwright Larry David's acerbic wit and unfiltered observations to Broadway. More…
Jason Alexander takes over the role originated by Larry David, who returned to the stage for the first time since eighth grade, in a brand-new Broadway comedy written by...Larry David. Norman Drexel is a character who is very much like...Larry David. Expect his trademark humor and no-filter criticisms of life's annoyances.
See it if you love Larry David. If you don't, you'll be disappointed. You'd be better off watching a few episodes of Curb.
Don't see it if you want fresh humor. FITD felt tired, altho it's new. I expected much more from LD.
See it if love Larry David no matter what he does, if you have never seen good theatre, like farce.
Don't see it if want a real theatre experience or if you think this will be like Curb Your Enthusiasm or Seinfeld, or want to really laugh.
See it if You enjoy Larry David and his brand of humor. You definitely enjoyed his show and Seinfeld
Don't see it if You didn't enjoy Larry David and his show. Find it hard to laugh at humor that makes fun of other people
See it if You like to see a regurgitated Seinfeld style play. You like Larry David or Jason Alexander.
Don't see it if You expect something original. Follows the Seinfeld formula with less success than the TV series.
See it if You're a fan of Larry David's writing. It was a bit disappointing but it is enjoyable
Don't see it if It was a bit like a long, not great episode of Curb.
See it if you must see anything Larry David is in.
Don't see it if you have an aversion to self-indulgent displays of ego and dated humor. The show wasn't nearly as clever as Curb Your Enthusiasm.
See it if It was solid, with this great cast, how could it be bad? But at the same time, I didn't go home reflecting on it like a good meal.
Don't see it if You hated Seinfeld.
See it if you love Larry David or just comedy as a whole. While the play has its glaring flaws, the laughs flow at a pretty rapid clip.
Don't see it if you're easily distracted by bad structure. The director tries to fix it with voiceovers and projections, but they're awkward patch-jobs.
See it if you love Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. It was funny but got a bit old after awhile. Felt like a sitcom on stage
Don't see it if You want something edgy, unpredictable, and inherently theatrical