After playing to sold-out crowds in Dublin, Edinburgh, and London, the cult hit about a pair of cosmonaut bears lands at 59E59. Starring Jack Gleeson from 'Game of Thrones.' Part of Origin’s 1st Irish Festival. More…
Two bears on a spaceship hurtle toward the distant limits of the universe while chased by villainous beings. Through their renowned puppetry, comic skills, and offbeat music, one of Ireland’s most inventive theater companies, Collapsing Horse, consider the perils and wonders of a journey across space and time to nowhere.
See it if You like British humor, and would enjoy a wacky humorous performance.
Don't see it if You want a deeper, thought-provoking experience.
See it if you're in the mood for some fun, low-brow entertainment, you want to laugh and see actors having a good time on stage
Don't see it if you take yourself too seriously and cannot appreciate intended stupidity, you dislike smaller scale festival-esque productions
See it if you enjoy a little something different in your theater fare. This was that and then some.
Don't see it if you are any one of the following: stodgy, uptight. snobbish, and/or stern. Actually, see it anyway - this may help you lose those qualities.
See it if You have kids that like puppets. Not a good script. First 5 minutes were promising, but downhill from there.
Don't see it if You are looking for theatre that's not a waste of your time. I don't recommend this show. Not Horrible, but close.
See it if You want to see sci-fi fable told thru really raggedy bear puppets. Among my group, consensus was "Dafuq did I just watch? Like it, though"
Don't see it if You don't want to see something weird, preferring a conventional stage experience.
See it if want an entertaining evening--adult musical puppet show along the lines of Avenue Q , but much crazier. And King Joffrey being funny!
Don't see it if You want a big, serious production; don't like puppets
See it if you are a fan of inventive low-tech Fringe-style staging and enjoy silliness and puppetry.
Don't see it if you are looking for substance or if you hate puppets.
See it if You want some really good laughs in a refreshing show. Original and creative. Fun, inventive storytelling! You're open to silliness.
Don't see it if You take yourself or theater too seriously. You dislike puppets. Your humor is high brow.
See it if you are in need of a show that is boldly silly, and unapologetically absurd.
Don't see it if you are in search of something profoundly moving or thought-provoking.
See it if you enjoy absurd humor and self-aware shows and want to see something lighthearted.
Don't see it if you want to see a moving production. or are particularly keen on space being a part of the show. it's mostly bears.
See it if you would love to see the 50s sci fi puppet show your friends made at 10-years-old written, acted and directed professionally.
Don't see it if you think good theater has to be serious.
See it if You like funny, clever, slightly more experimental theater with puppets and great comedic acting. Reminded me a bit of hitchhikers guide.
Don't see it if you are looking for a more traditional play, don't like fantasy/adventure stories.
See it if You want to laugh out loud, want to see Jack Gleeson aka King Joffrey from GOT in a very different role and like physical/puppetry shows.
Don't see it if You want a serious play or can't laugh at the silliness that is a show which is about bears in space. Are looking for big sets.
See it if You are entertained by quirky, surprising and inventive theatre and can laugh easily at ridiculousness.
Don't see it if You don't like puppetry or unusual staging/story; and silliness irritates you
See it if You want to see a play about bears...in space...in a Samuel Becket for kids kind of style
Don't see it if You don't like the weird or unconventional or puppets.
See it if You like bears, space, puppets, silly humor, storytelling, friendship, innovative staging, or smiling uncontrollably for an hour.
Don't see it if You hate fun or have no soul.
See it if you're looking for amazing, connected actors who create a fun story with a lot of heart and humor to it.
Don't see it if you don't like puppetry.
See it if You like a charming story told with great humor and wit. It was a fairy tale with bears
Don't see it if You dislike "simple" stories, if puppetry bothers you
See it if you enjoy puppetry, laughter, and unique storytelling; also if you want to support Irish theatre.
Don't see it if the squeaky chairs in the venue would ruin your enjoyment of the show.