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All Because of, Infidelity

From 11 member  reviews
Members say: Slow, Thought-provoking, Relevant, Ambitious, Great writing

About the show

Four couples at different stages of life are faced with exploring the consequences of infidelity in this new drama. More…

Betrayal. It's complicated. It's life changing. For better or for worse.  When the bond of love has been severely disrupted, a myriad of emotions present intense considerations for these characters faced with such disloyalty. Will they stay? Will they go? Will they ever be the same?

Member Reviews (11)


Slow, Thought-provoking, Relevant, Ambitious, Great writing
Avg Score

Relevant contemporary issues, Every relationship needs some compersion, Conversation and thought-provoking

See it if Four couples (straight, gay, young and old) deal in various ways with infidelity issues from the past, present, future, and Internet.

Don't see it if Infidelity or sex addiction are sore issues for you. Dialogue is talky, didactic and often sounds like reading from a self-help book.

Relevant, Ambitious, Repetitive, Uneven acting, Slow

See it if you are interested in a detailed analysis of infidelity in today's society and an exploration of characters' psychological motivations

Don't see it if you dislike repetitive, tedious and extended conversations among the characters, uneven acting and very "basic" production values.

Cliched, Disappointing, Slow

See it if You like 1 acts exploring different aspects of the same thing from different points of view

Don't see it if You want a fresh take on various aspects of relationship fidelity. It’s a subject with much potential but this production added nothing

Ambitious, Slow, Thought-provoking, Relevant

See it if you would enjoy seeing a drama about infidelity in various relationships.

Don't see it if you are expecting a tightly written play that moves quickly.

Also There was no air conditioning during the performance. It made sitting ... Read more Read less

Relevant, Thought-provoking, Absorbing

See it if you want to see a show about the effect that infidelity has on relationships in our society

Don't see it if you dislike minimal productions with tedious conversations that are repeated among the characters

Slow, Boring, Banal

See it if if you like boring shows

Don't see it if it is boring ok acting but still boring

Brave, Enlightened, Thoughtful, Small venue big messages

See it if you want to see a solid play execute full effort and smarts through writing, staging, and excellent acting.

Don't see it if You have gone through any infidelity and it’s still fresh in your mind -

Refreshing, Thought-provoking, Relationship focused, Eye opener

See it if you understand humanity and life is complicated and we all have imperfections~this play presents a hard look at consequences of choices

Don't see it if You can’t appreciate an excellent effort executing big impactful art in a small space.

Also This is an adorable theater that can use... Read more Read less

Great acting, Great writing, Intelligent, Slow, Relevant

See it if u enjoy provocative subject matters,, cozy theaters, 4 scenes that captivate,,however left me wanting more. a little slow in act1, act2 WOW

Don't see it if you just want a mindless piece to forget about your life , this show will make you really think about yours ,, def worth $25

Intense, modern study of current topics, excellently written

See it if Excellent observation of intricate relationships and really well written. Really left me with things to think about

Don't see it if You have had an affair- like I have and it forces you to relive your pain. In my case this was a good thing

Great writing, Intense, Resonant, Thought-provoking

See it if I am still thinking about this show weeks later. A testament to the production staff and writing. Top notch material I hope to see it return

Don't see it if You are expecting big broadway staging. It’s a thoughtful play who’s charm is as niche and unique as the theater that presented it

“All Because of, Infidelity” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

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