See it if you want to see an entertaining show for children that adults will also enjoy. An interesting combination of acrobatics and comedy.
Don't see it if you do not like acrobatics or comedy. Very simple set and few props. It's basically the three guys.
See it if You want to see incredible feats of acrobatics. Very charming.
Don't see it if You want a traditional play with a plot. This is a 50 minute acrobatics show.
See it if You enjoy well made circus shows that are a little light on the acrobatic elements. Great story about toxic masculinity and friendship
Don't see it if You are looking for a pure acrobatics/circus show. This has far fewer acrobatics than I was hoping for.
See it if You want to see 3 guys perform acrobatics, you can understand "beomance", if you have kids that like antics and acrobats.
Don't see it if You don't like acrobats, expect a Broadway show, are closed minded, don't like antics and fun in stage. Read more
See it if you enjoy entertainment ala "7 Fingers." This just three guys performing acrobatics for with minimal subtext.
Don't see it if you're expecting a full Cirque du Sole evening. One the other hand these three work the entire hour and not just 10 minutes.
See it if you like shows that are all about acrobatics and don't really have a plot.
Don't see it if you like a show with a plot.
See it if A fun kid's show with great acrobatics running for an hour.
Don't see it if The audience is mainly children and, yet I was entertained throughout the entire hour by three were engaging young men.
See it if Great acrobatics with slow gaps in between. Cute but has no anker. Needs a better set, stronger choice of music and more charisma...
Don't see it if it’s mostly kids in the audience but this is not really a children’s show. Needs a professionally done set, choice of music and ambience.
"Kay keeps the show lively by alternating laugh-inducing tomfoolery...with impressively choreographed stunt routines backed up by eclectic music selections...Whether Barely Methodical Troupe effectively dismantles some of the stereotypes surrounding masculinity with their touch-intensive show is up for debate...'Bromance' makes a good entry point for parents who want to broach the topic with kids ages 7 and up...'Bromance' gets our wheels turning."
"A show about male friendship. But it is, in fact, a modern circus...The three performers use movement to convey a story about friendship and relationships between friends. They use acrobatics, modern dance, and parkour, among other forms of movement, plus a Cyr wheel (which is the highlight of the show). The acrobatics are very impressive, the dancing is really well-done, and I loved that they incorporate humor into their acts...The show is very entertaining."
"The Barely Methodical troupe works together seamlessly on the physical elements, but they need some fine-tuning for the few speaking moments. Sometimes their voices fail to carry, and it is difficult to understand them. Their storyline is also puzzling...Overall, though, Barely Methodical meshes its content with its form...The team performs extraordinary human feats of balance, agility, and motor coordination. Their show merits artistic mastery and precision of execution."
"A very neat blend of physical heroics combined with something more vulnerable...There are passages here when content and form are indeed in perfect harmony. Sometimes it feels a little over-padded, but there are some good moments...It would be nice to see this being developed further...These lads are slightly selling themselves short, because the show is at its best when it is not revealing flesh but trying to employ circus to reveal what it feels like to be a male today."
"Does three make a crowd? The company riff on that possibility in this high-fun, low-key piece, which mixes goofy clowning and pared-back-but-astonishing circus skills...They work hand-to-hand, body to body twisting and turning with grace, agility, and much humor...But it’s the whole package that makes ‘Bromance’ one of the most charming circus shows. They are the stupid but sweet guys you knew at school...except here they are genuinely entertaining."
"This spectacle began with a demonstration of awkward handshakes and sporadic silences designed to produce the awkward vibe which the three performers seemed to thrive upon...The initially awkward, schoolboy silences were soon filled by what can only be described as a superb display of strength, trust, and unity...Not only was the physical power and revelation of a talented and brotherly romance touching but this group of sculpted men gave a more than memorable finale."
"Even if physical theatre is not your thing, I implore you to go! It’s shocking, witty, and often beautiful to watch...Once it hits its stride it’s impossible to take your eyes away from. I found myself gasping regularly...There was little about the show that wasn’t visually stunning. The fluidity of the routines involving all three performers was a joy to behold. The group had real chemistry...'Bromance' is also surprisingly emotional."
"A fascinating study on the different types of male relationships, and what restricts and enhances them, told through the medium of physical theatre such as circus, parkour, and mime...A thoughtful, if sometimes roughly paced, hour of entertainment…Experimental circus theatre at its most intelligent. The quieter, more introspective moments are well observed and give the overall show more of a comedic twist than might be expected."