This new solo show is an inspiring true story about discovering a new normal when everything you thought you knew comes undone. Use code: "FRIEND1" for $49 discount tickets. More…
With raw vulnerability and unexpected humor, actor and playwright Maddie Corman shares her story of perseverance and hope, about when the unthinkable tests her marriage, family, and values.
See it if You enjoy intense/absorbing shows about a serious subject matter. The acting is incredible. Although serious there are some light moments
Don't see it if You dislike 1 person shows
See it if A stunning one woman show. Maddie is raw and vivid, honest, heartbreaking and also funny. Not sure how she does it 8 times a week.
Don't see it if Any discussion of child pornography makes you uncomfortable.
See it if Ms. Corman tells the story of her traumatic experience, loss of her old life, and effort to cope & rebuild. Moving & inspiring at times.
Don't see it if Non-fiction solo bio. Some details are compelling, but others are familiar (e.g. 12-step program) and not that interesting.
See it if you wish to see a masterful performance by an actress who underwent a personally devastating experience. Simply but well staged.
Don't see it if you do not like to see a person discussing her feelings or do not like one person shows.
See it if Maddie Corman shares her recovery story passing on her experience, strength, and hope.
Don't see it if Visiting the iniquity of the father onto the children unto the third and fourth generation ... unless there is intervention.
See it if you like to hear personal stories. Compelling, dramatic, great acting. As a theatrical piece it's fantastic despite being concerning.
Don't see it if you're not interested in a one-woman show or you find it too difficult to put aside your judgment of Corman's choice to stay with husband.
See it if You want to hear a fascinating path to self discovery and recovery.
Don't see it if You dont like manic, oversharing as you watch a wife and mother put her life back together and say in the end we are better for it.
See it if you like one person shows & enjoy immersing yourself in a person's psychological journey coping with a spouse's psychological deviancy.
Don't see it if you dislike one person shows and what, at times, seems like sitting through a character's rather long psychological therapy session.
See it if a play about a woman struggling to survive the failures of her husband interest you.
Don't see it if the thought of experiencing an 80 minute one woman play about the a serious topic just doesn't interest you.
See it if A one-woman show that is dynamic and explosive. Narrator's husband arrested for viewing child pornography, but the show is about her.
Don't see it if Constant non-stop high energy barrage of information as well as a screen with large photographic images projected might leave you exhausted.
See it if You're interested in a great example of personal history put to its best use: harrowing, funny, cathartic & forgiving for actor and audience
Don't see it if One-person, autobiographical pieces don't interest or if a husband's interest and arrest for child porn consumption is too much to deal with
See it if you are ready for an intense, very personal true story describing the will found to hold a family together against terrible truths.
Don't see it if you prefer fiction to an intense true story.
See it if you enjoy solo shows. It's an engaging narrative conveyed w/ fierce commitment, humor, grief, humility—lots of emotion, measured, tempered.
Don't see it if expecting details/insights into how Corman's family has coped—that's their story to tell, she says. May thus find content on shallow side.
See it if you want to see a well performed one person show about a family in turmoil;
Don't see it if you find the topic of child pornography too distasteful.
See it if You would like to see an emotional play about a women with 3 children dealing with a husband who is addicted to watching child pornography
Don't see it if You don’t like one person shows.
See it if 90 minutes of non-stop emotions. Very (almost too) painful and really heart-felt. Amazing she can tell this story 8 times a week.
Don't see it if you want a light evening or you are not interested in very emotionally painful experiences.
See it if You are interested in a profoundly personal telling of a difficult situation.
Don't see it if You are looking for a play that is lighthearted and upbeat.
See it if If you want to follow a journey in this one woman show and how she is still learning how to cope with keeping her family life together
Don't see it if you don't like one person shows and if you are uncomfortable listening to a subject of a taboo nature.
See it if you can relate to one woman's anger and resentment vis-a-vis her husband's "betrayal".Committed piece of theater but as she says it is hers
Don't see it if you are interested in a more balanced exploration of the subject and characters. There is no "why" Only what and what after. But well done
See it if you want a masterfully told personal tale. Very well done play.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a serious show about life, without a necessarily happy resolution played by a woman.
See it if you enjoy one woman shows about real life experiences. Family dramas dealing with overcoming psychological traumas.
Don't see it if it felt superficial and overly dramatic at times. Leaves wondering how the story would turn out for a regular, not reach/celebrity family.
See it if you're a Maddie Corman fan & interested in her; you're curious why a wife with 3 kids would stay with a husband arrested for child porn
Don't see it if sex addiction or kiddie porn would be triggers; you came for tabloid sensationalism or lurid details; you dislike monologues on marital woes