Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald and Tony and Oscar nominee Michael Shannon bring new life to the bruised dreamers of Terrence McNally's timely and timeless romance. More…
Director Arin Arbus, in her Broadway debut, directs this portrait of a lonely waitress and a short order cook whose first date turns into a one-night stand – and maybe more.
See it if you want to see a masterful performance or if you enjoy slow, though-provoking romances.
Don't see it if you dislike dialogue-heavy plays or sexually explicit scenes.
See it if Play still "connects" and is timeless in looking at two people trying to find their way. Worth seeing and hearing.
Don't see it if No desire to see an older or two- character play no matter how well done.
See it if A two-hander handled perfectly. The acting and lighting are blended so well here. A beautiful piece of drama.
Don't see it if This is a slow-moving and watching a pot reach boiling point can be excruciating. You have to be in the right mood.
See it if The acting is great and thru character development you see how the relationship develops
Don't see it if Explicit sex scenes and at times it drags
See it if You want to see two terrific actors in the same show. They have great chemistry, but Audra as always steals the show. She also saves it.
Don't see it if You want to see every play ever written or want some action. Nothing eventful happens. It’s all just talk. The material is outdated.
See it if Love Audra McDonald or amazing plays or acting. Wonderful two person show that gives a maturity to broadway
Don't see it if do not like nudity. Not a mature audience
See it if You are interested in the difficulty of finding a lasting relationship. Can see a person’s desire for honesty without being hurt
Don't see it if You are offended by profanity or. Unity.
See it if you want to listen to great actors on their differing approaches to love
Don't see it if you need to see or understand why Johnny loves Frankie since that's the biggest hole in the writing
See it if You want to see two actors playing roles of ordinary people. Very well done.
Don't see it if Sorry..can't think of a reason why you shouldn't see It.
See it if If you have not seen this play and want to check it off your list. But the actors in the play were superb and the staging was great.
Don't see it if It was worth the price I paid
See it if you want to see two excellent actors make the most out of a dated play.
Don't see it if you don't like sexually frank dialogue and situations.
Also This is a play that needs to be rethought for the "me-too" age.
See it if you enjoy psychological reflections about modern day sex, connecting and dating
Don't see it if you want something beyond a rather superficial concept of intimacy and fear thereof. You enjoy a more romantic or mature take on dating
See it if You are a fan of McNally’s beautiful writing and/or you don’t want to miss a chance to see these two fabulously talented actors.
Don't see it if You don’t want to delve into the intricacies and complexities of new love.
See it if you want to see sophisticatedly witty acting of great actors on the simple set. Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon show their talents.
Don't see it if you want to see a big production with lavish sets and many actors.
See it if If you love Terrence McNally, edgy drama, want to be fully absorbed, like stories about true humanity, love Audra and Michael Shannon.
Don't see it if You dislike dramatic plays, are disturbed by aggressive/erratic behavior, are upset by the idea of a less than storybook love story.
See it if You enjoy strong actors and bittersweet stories.
Don't see it if You have problems with nudity and prefer straightforward stories that require little thinking or inference.
See it if you like Audra McDonald or Michael Shannon. Both were amazing and fully invested in both the good and the bad of the characters
Don't see it if you want an updated love story. I found the ending to be disappointing and very dated. It was very clear this was written in the 80's.
See it if You love Audra McDonald or Michael Shannon. They’re very good in a script that’s just too long
Don't see it if You’re offended by nudity [it’s appropriate for this play] or if you want something fast moving
See it if you like shows with just a few (2) characters; you are an Audra McDonald fan; by the way, Michael Shannon is the one who "steals the show"
Don't see it if you don't like two-act dramas that should have been one-act; if you don't like shows where the plot is somewhat repetitive
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