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See it if you like dystopian narratives with strong central performances. A terrific and promising debut by Zoe Kazan, seamlessly designed & directed.
Don't see it if if dystopian narratives aren't your jam. The script also leaves a little something to be desired. At times it feels unfocused.
See it if You enjoy post apocalyptic dramas with a twist
Don't see it if Like stories with a consistent level of competency. This piece falls off the edge in the second act
See it if story interesting - couple tries to find happiness living underground after atomic wipeout; Cristin Milioti fine as depressed wife
Don't see it if tries to do 2 much in adding a major subplot where wife finds in robot a child substitute; unlike best sci fi does not create new world
See it if you want a story examining the responsibility humans have to each other as well as the earth. You like well-written plays with strong leads.
Don't see it if you expect a story all about the post-apocalyse. The dystopia is secondary, even unnecessary, to Anna and Oliver's relationship.
See it if YoYou love original drama that takes your breath away by how relevant and terrifying it is ! You aren’t afraid to get a look at our future
Don't see it if You are afraid to be faced with scenes of what human life could become if we keep destroying our earth !
See it if You enjoy plays set in dystopian futures that muse on what life may be like in hundreds of years. Or if you like Black Mirror.
Don't see it if You dislike dark comedies, especially if they deal with depression and the inability to bear children.
See it if you enjoy smart science fiction, where the imaginative is just the hook for real, human stories. It's a gripping, moving story, well-acted.
Don't see it if you don't like robots, or don't like smart sci-fi in general.
See it if you are want your politics mixed in with your theatre. I do! The 2 lead actors do an excellent job in a play that needs to be trimmed.
Don't see it if you want something fast paced, or you are not interested in post apocalyptic stories.This isn't grim, just heavy handed.
See it if A look into the future after the destruction of civilization by those who survived is play for you. Can be childish at times.
Don't see it if You are looking for a play with substance on a very serious subject. This play is lacking that.
See it if you are a sci-fi fan interested in post-apocolypse tales; have an interest in psychology; are amused by robots (yes, it IS cute).
Don't see it if only like realistic dramas; do not believe that there will be an apocolypse; don't like use of gimmicky robots to move the drama forward.
See it if you like plays about the future and/or about the devastation of the earth. Also about human emotions and how they can be manipulated.
Don't see it if you don't like post-apocalypse stories with robots. (He's very cute.)
See it if you like like play depicting the future.. The acting was great. The robot was good - I wish he had a curtain call.
Don't see it if you like well written plays about relationships between people. As a play it didn't amount to much - but the acting was good.
See it if you're intrigued w/ futuristic what-ifs, technology, robots, post-nuclear survival, & an imbalanced female w/ a gorgeous husband all around.
Don't see it if you'd rather avoid depressing possible scenarios of where Trump is leading us (the few who survive); if you need laughs or happy endings.
See it if You're interested in seeing a really impactful depiction of someone battling depression in an interesting setting.
Don't see it if You need a lot of special effects or fast-paced action (though the robot is awesome).
See it if you're interested in dystopian themes, mental health, and relationship struggles. Also if you want to see some great performances!
Don't see it if you are expecting a harsh post-apocalyptic feel to the show (the font used in the marketing may be misleading)