See it if you loved The Play That Goes Wrong, because this is exactly that, just set to a fake production of Peter Pan.
Don't see it if you don’t understand why either of these shows needs to be two acts. If feels weird to come back from intermission to just more of the same. Read more
See it if You are a fan of The Play That Goes Wrong. This is a continuation of great physical comedy and excellent comedic timing.
Don't see it if You are not in the mood for laughing out loud. But who doesn’t need a night of comedic escape? I sure do, and I appreciated the effort!
See it if it's been a while since you howled in laughter. These brilliant & precise British comedians are outrageously silly in the most wonderful way
Don't see it if you're looking for anything more than a crazy funny night out.The gags are ridiculous and some are classic slapstick (though cleverly done). Read more
See it if you want a fun night of theater. The Mischief Theatre Company's "gone wrong" shows are consistently funny and well-executed.
Don't see it if you want something new or innovative. Mischief does comedy well but aren't reinventing the wheel. The show is like other "goes wrong" shows.
See it if You want to find humor in the silly & absurd. This play had moments that made me laugh out loud. Genius cast of physical comedic actors.
Don't see it if You enjoyed The Play That Goes Wrong. That was so much better. This show was too over done. Needed some editing instead of using everything.
See it if You enjoy slapstick and physical comedy. This one also is more palatable for kids compared to PTGW. Clever sets and amusing.
Don't see it if You are looking for level of comedy as PTGW. This one was less funny compared.
See it if you like the concept but don't have expectations. Slapstick is more important than good farce. Willing to not laugh as much as you thought.
Don't see it if you love farce and get much too much slapstick. You're expecting it be as good as The Play that Goes Wrong. you want to laugh A LOT.
See it if you want to laugh.
Don't see it if you never liked Fawlty Towers. Read more