Tony, Emmy & Golden Globe winner Mary-Louise Parker returns to Broadway in Adam Rapp's new play about a tenured professor, a talented student, and a troubling favor. More…
Bella Baird (Parker) is an accomplished professor at an Ivy League university who prizes her solitude. But when she faces a challenge she cannot tackle alone, she allies herself with a brilliant and mysterious student, Christopher (Will Hochman). Intensely intimate, this haunting play probes the question of what one person can do for another.
See it if if you want to see Mary-Louise Parker on stage. She does a great job trying to keep this play interesting
Don't see it if you want more than a two character play where the actors just talk to one another without much of a plot to keep you interested.
Also I did not get this play. Why does it exist? What does it have to say?
See it if you are such a fan of Mary-Louise Parker (who is usually fabulous on stage) that you are willing to watch her in a boring, untheatrical play
Don't see it if you think that there should be an added value being in a theatre watching actors interpret a part, rather than receiving descriptions
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