This new premiere tells the story a group of four women whose annual photo shoot ritual keeps them together, until it threatens to tear them apart. More…
Four women. Forty years of friendship. One afternoon that could end it all. And a bond that connects these women who meet once a year to have their pictures taken in a ritual that chronicles their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate through love, careers, children, and the complications of history. But, when these private photographs have the potential to go public, relationships are strained, forcing the women to confront who they are, what they’ve become, and how they’ll deal with whatever lies ahead.
See it if you are woman of a certain age; you enjoy those "very special episodes" of network sitcoms.
Don't see it if you can't relate to the issues of aging women & can't tolerate cliched, self-indulgent & largely inconsequential conversation between them..
See it if Despite the valiant efforts of a talented cast, dramedy is a tedious retreat of later-day feminism Mann's lifeless direction doesn't help
Don't see it if Miller whips up every late 20th century women's issue only to leave each one unexplored & undeveloped Viewer is left frustrated and bored
See it if you've hit retirement age, or would like a taste of the fears & joys of this generation, still feeling vital but knowing it can't last.
Don't see it if the thought of anything older than disco makes your skin crawl.
See it if you are of a certain age. The performance just hit home with us It looked back at many common threads in our life and was right on target
Don't see it if you only need TODAY.
See it if you're a boomer wondering where life went or what happened to societal change, enjoy reunion plots, the occasional joint and requisite dance
Don't see it if you're worried about the perils of aging, the loss of friends, expect plot and action, can't abide lengthy humorless stretches or PC moments
See it if you want to feel like you're watching A Very Special Episode of a 90s sitcom.
Don't see it if you're frustrated by plays that should be essays--just a platform for the author's musings, at the expense of plot and character.
See it if you like feminism or a fan of "THIRTYSOMETHING" from the eighties. Really wanted to like this. Alas.
Don't see it if you want the actors to connect with each other or mind actors onstage in their sixties.
See it if You want a play about women of a certain age discussing their lives & issues. You want a mix of humor & heart.
Don't see it if You want a play with something new to say about older women. You want womens' lives & issues dealt w/in depth:felt like a checklist.
See it if The acting was good although Polly Draper's character seemed very artificial and it was hard to see how she fit with the other women.
Don't see it if It's a play about women talking about their 40 years of friendship. If that doesn't appeal to you, don't see it!
See it if you’ve never seen a play before. It will be to your benefit that you have nothing to compare this to.
Don't see it if you prefer a focused script and dynamic performances.
See it if I like this show, for it tells of four women who are friends for years. it about life. Subject about aging too.
Don't see it if Its as No singing, dance, just talking, about life.
See it if You'd enjoy hearing a good group of friends talk about their friendship, getting older, their deepest thoughts, and see them dance too!
Don't see it if You can't relate to the hopes & fears of everyday people.
See it if You enjoy slow paced shows lamenting the earlier lives of a group of female friends.
Don't see it if You are looking for a fast paced witty contemporary comedy. There are humorous moments but the nostalgic feeling got boring after a short ti
See it if You are a baby boomer who is nostalgic about long time friendships, and changing family dynamics. Anyone who has a heart and emotions.
Don't see it if You expect action-packed scenes. Dislike talky plays about women’s friendships. Cannot sit for 90 minutes.
See it if you like ensemble plays about women and relationships, with a great set, set in the right this minute.
Don't see it if you want a piece that packs an emotional punch or you have a problem with some rather artificial elements-the TED talk conceit doesn't work.
See it if You are interested in watching 3 women who are friends, no drama, no one upmanship. A demented mother and adopted son seeking bio mom.
Don't see it if Well, no drama. There doesn't seem to be any risk, nothing much uncovered, but well done.
See it if you are a woman of a certain age or would enjoy seeing different characters' experiences and how they handle it.
Don't see it if you have no interest in women issues, or ageism, or how a variety of women may handle the "after" years in their lives.
See it if a show about a 40 year friendship between 4 women discussing relationships, aging, appearances & life in general. Good set.
Don't see it if you expect a fast moving piece. The talk, while at times intelligent, often drags.
See it if You want good acting and a story about older women.
Don't see it if You want new territory. Nothing exciting. Author throws in a bit of everything...lesbian-transgender-adoption-Alzheimer's-newspaper decline
Also Covers too much so ends up not about much
See it if You enjoy a view into the bonds of friendship over 40 years with 4 excellent female actors.
Don't see it if You don’t like shows about the lives of women.
See it if you respect the journey and explore changing/contrasting perspectives and relationships of/among women who age & adjust to family/externals
Don't see it if you do not care about the perspectives and challenges of Baby Boomer women in their various relationships/circumstances or can't sit 180 min
See it if Glut of female baby boomer topics (aging parents/menopause/forced retirement/loss of youth & looks) covered w/o any depth. Talky, cliched.
Don't see it if I'm the target demographic & wanted to identify, but found it shallow & disappointing. I didn't feel any connection between the women.
See it if Wish to see woman of a certain age act well in an encapsulation of women over the last 40 years.
Don't see it if Expected more in-depth. Too many "issues" brought up but never discussed.