After a hit Off-Broadway run at Manhattan Theatre Club last season, Simon Stephens' play transfers to Broadway with original stars Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt. More…
It's just another day on a crowded London train platform. A woman named Georgie approaches a much older man named Alex, whom she's never met before, and kisses him. This surprising moment sets in motion a series of events which will change both Georgie and Alex forever. Written by Tony-winning playwright Simon Stephens, best known for 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,'
See it if If you have a foot fetish and want to see ML Parker's feet. This play goes no where and means nothing. Stop coming up with crappy plays
Don't see it if and promoting them with big name actors. Denis is a great actor but he can't save this mess.
See it if It is so boring and absolutely a NOTHING show. Saw it when it was off broadway. Can't understand why it was brought back.
Don't see it if You want to be bored out of your mind and walk out saying"Why did I waste my time with this?"
See it if You like manipulative, lying stalkers Want to see a show that goes nowhere fast but has a happy ending
Don't see it if You want to see a show where the leading lady sounds as though she has marbles in her mouth as she speaks You are bored by inactivity
See it if you want to see two great actors take on a meteor play, staged as if it were a reading with no scripts.
Don't see it if You'd rather see a production than a staged reading with two extraordinary leads.
See it if You love Ms. Parker so much that you can't miss seeing her.
Don't see it if You love her work, so see her past work instead. The theme is predictable. It is NOT deep nor thoughtful.
See it if you would enjoy a play with 2 talented actors trying to make the most of a contrived situation and shallow, borderline vulgar material.
Don't see it if you don't have the money for premium seats. Staging is unacceptable; side mezzanine seats should not be sold, not even as rush tix.
See it if You don't care it has nothing to do with Werner Heisenberg. You are not expecting caliber of script or MLP performance of PROOF
Don't see it if U don't want to see substandard writing and unbelievable story of an apparently normal yet peculiar 70 year old continuing a conversation,
See it if You have great tolerance for unmotivated whimsy and a pixillated main character played on at best two notes by an otherwise excellent actor.
Don't see it if You expect motivation and at least some modicum of reality and truth behind both (not just one of the) characters in the action.
See it if you like confusing theater; you like wacko characters; you like pointless plots; you have a need to see MLP act weird;
Don't see it if just don't; it has almost no point and a name that has to be researched to find the connection to the actual dumb material.
See it if By chance you get papered to this very slight two-hander, which once observed evaporates from memory. I was not uncertain whether I liked it
Don't see it if You expect a play about Werner Heisenberg or one that will affect your behavior. It runs about as long as a good nap, so the choice is yours
See it if you like plays about younger women falling for much older men.
Don't see it if you're under age 50. My friend and I HATED this play - it's totally improbable that this woman would fall for this very old man.