The Wild Project presents a modern adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a young woman’s struggle for redemption and a chance at a new life. More…
Harboring a troubling secret from her past, Anna reunites with her father: a captain, a master of the sea, and a man she hardly knows. As the wild and dangerous waters would have it, Anna meets a shipwrecked young sailor and the two fall in love. When she finds she can no longer hide her past from the two men in her life, the bonds of love are tested.
See it if Never can go wrong with O'Neil. Very simple stage, very good directing and acting. Main character is outstanding as is the cast.
Don't see it if Gets slow at times, must like O'Neil and his style of writing. If you don't like deep, oft depressing stories.
See it if you are an O'Neill fan and prefer intimate stagings of his work. The set is simple but effective.
Don't see it if you expect cohesiveness in an ensemble. Anna's characterization felt much too contemporary in what is supposed to be a period setting.
See it if you want to see a classic stage play done well. The staging and set are top rate.
Don't see it if you are bothered by accents or lays with sailors in them.
See it if you enjoy seeing a really well-done revival of a drama.by O'Neill. All the elements worked well together and I truly enjoyed it.
Don't see it if Can't think of a reason not to see it.
See it if You want to see masterful actors in a classic O'Neill play. Performances were powerful; staging was good.
Don't see it if Irish accents are a problem for you. Did miss a bit of dialogue but it wasn't enough to detract from wonderful night at theater.
See it if you enjoy O'Neill's plays or you like shows with complex characters that make you think.
Don't see it if you can't follow a complex narrative or have trouble understanding accents.
See it if You enjoy seeing characters interact. The three leads are great, and played off each other well.
Don't see it if Parts dragged. You don't like plays without much action. It picks up significantly in the second act.
See it if you want to see O'Neill's feminist side, presented by a truly remarkable cast. Also, if you enjoy seeing strong female characters on stage.
Don't see it if You don't relate to the idea that a 1922 play can still be relevant and fresh.
See it if You want a non-stuffy, well-paced production of a classic with great acting & directing. You enjoy character driven stories.
Don't see it if You prefer contemporary plays. You're not a fan of O'Neill.
See it if well done, well made plays appeal to you. The theme revolves around dramatic points that should be dated but disturbingly remain relevant.
Don't see it if your taste favors experimental, interactive or environmental theater. This show is a very traditional drama. Also theater is far from subway
See it if you enjoy early O'Neill and you're up for a trip off the beaten path. The set was very impressive for such a small space.
Don't see it if The story is dated and forced, and it's not helped by an odd performance by this production's Anna. The other players are very fine.
See it if For the play itself.For the sets & most of the performances.This show was great until the lead walked on the stage. Very unfortunate casting
Don't see it if You will be mystified by why Anna - a street wise, tough talking broad - is played as if she just got home from Julliard rather than jail.
Also All the other actors were terrific.
See it if You want real insight into early O'Neill on his way to becoming the foremost American playwright of deep human tragedy.
Don't see it if You can't handle an unblinking look at the ugly underbelly of the struggles of immigrants to America back in the very early 20th century.
See it if You like the classics up close and personal, can overlook the anachronisms of the play and enjoy good acting and staging in a lovely theater
Don't see it if You are going to laugh hysterically at the dated aspects of the play (as some did when I saw it). Written in 1921, but still relevant.
See it if you like Eugene O'Neill, family dramas, or plays relating to the sea. This is also a shorter piece, clocking it at a merciful 2 hours or so.
Don't see it if you want something light & fluffy, you don't like Eugene O'Neill. Not good for young kids.
See it if U want to see the writing that makes O'Neill a master. Well produced & capable production but performances were uneven. Matt & Marthy terrif
Don't see it if Anna, however (v superficial actress), began play vulnerable-making no transition from woman of the street to woman utterly changed by sea.
Also There are a number of cuts to this production.
See it if you want to experience a well-acted production of a classic Eugene O'Neill play in an interesting neighborhood that is way off-Broadway.
Don't see it if your idea of theater is high prices, star power, and theater district crowds. The show and the journey are both worthwhile.
See it if you like O'Neill, like well-written realistic dramas and aren't thrown by off-off-Broadway scale and aesthetics.
Don't see it if you don't like intimate theater in a small house where you can see the close-up magic of actors tearing it up without major sets & distance.
See it if You're O'Neill & classics fan. You're waiting for great drama with first rate acting, directing, & staging. Know gems don't have to be Bway!
Don't see it if You don't care for classics or intense drama. You want light frivolous themes. You expect big stage sets & gimmicky lighting & sound.