See it if You appreciate the talent which is Alan Ayckbourn and 70s comedy. Superb acting and direction and a welcome unlike any in NYC.
Don't see it if You do not appreciate British 70s humour. You are a feminist.
See it if You like British humor. A mixture of odd humor, satire and a jab at social/class structure in our society.
Don't see it if You’re not ready to see it more for its historical relevance than for its sheer entertainment value.
See it if you have 2 1/2 hours to spend with 3 couples dealing with holiday despair, nervousness, alcoholism set decades ago with some physical humor.
Don't see it if you want great comedy - here it is mostly clownish acts, or you want to delve into characters over three annual gatherings. It went nowhere.
See it if you like a story about marital and social relationships. Some of the dialogue is quite witty and the second act is the best.
Don't see it if you like a straight drama or a beautiful set. This show needs a better set since it is part of the show.This stage is too small for good set
See it if Love all Ayckbourn & have been wishing for a revival. This one is rife with misogyny, alcoholism played for laughs, depression, mean-spirit.
Don't see it if 3 yrs, 3 separate stories, same characters, social standing looked at but not addressed. Confusing story arc.
See it if If like me, you don’t remember it from it’s broadway run in the 70s enjoy a tight ensemble of actors for a lesser known troupe.
Don't see it if Don’t want to see a farce. Expecting a great stage set, Don’t like British humor as stale as it is