Fishamble: The New Play Company presents a tale of love, longing, and one woman's intense rivalry with a Charolais heifer. More…
A passionate love triangle ensues when a rural Irish woman and a sexy French singing cow vie for a farmer's attentions. A fast-paced solo play featuring Noni Stapleton ('Penny Dreadful').
See it if you enjoy lively solo shows. NS fully commits to her roles and shines. She brings out the script's humor and pathos.
Don't see it if you're looking for profundity; Charolais is a bit fluffy. Still, the intimate setting keeps you engaged. Feels like a private performance.
See it if You like one person shows. This quirky sweet monologue takes you on a lovely journey into Irish farm country and paints a vivid picture.
Don't see it if You're easily bored with one person shows. This is a good one but was best once it was over. Getting to the full picture was a bit slow.
See it if An exceptional one woman show (she also wrote it) with a fascinating story. Absolutely loved it! Such a treat! So well written & performed!
Don't see it if You don't like intimate or one person shows. (But get over it and see it.)
See it if Suspenseful, humorous, surprising play about a servant girl, farmer, farmer's mother, and cow... all played by one terrific actress.
Don't see it if You have trouble with Irish accents. You aren't in the mood for a silly yet edgy and touching experience.
See it if you like originality and fun. Noni Stapleton is marvelous switching between a woman in love and a cow hoping for love in excellent French.
Don't see it if sophistocated humor is not your style.
See it if You enjoy off-beat stories. You like magical realism elements in theatre. You want terrific acting. You want a clean, well-edited script.
Don't see it if Unless you don't enjoy magical realism, there's no reason to miss this.
See it if Like surprising & edgy. It's an Irish yarn written/performed w wit/incisiveness about what's in the mind of a farm girl & a French cow. Wow.
Don't see it if don't like solo shows w 1 person performing multi-roles. This is not your usual theater fare. It's dark humor, artfully told.
See it if You like short solo shows about Ireland. The storyline involves jealousy in an unusual situation. The actor is amazing in all 4 parts.
Don't see it if You like elaborate sets, and plays longer than 65 minutes. Cannot understand light Irish accents and references. Glossary is given.
See it if you enjoy quirky tales of farm life in rural Ireland. One actress, four characters, including a cow! And what a wonder of a French cow. .
Don't see it if you dislike one-person shows, no matter how clever and entertaining; you have no interest in farmers and their issues; livestock bore you.
See it if you like/want to introduce someone to 1-person shows—this one’s well-written, well-acted, funny, not too heavy or too light but just right
Don't see it if you’re not into shows that do more w/ less…but this is so well done & enjoyable you should give it a try (esp at these ticket prices)
See it if you enjoy beautifully written darkly comic one-woman shows with a fondness for bovine and agrarian themes and an offbeat love story.
Don't see it if you won't enjoy a cow as a romantic lead or Irish accents.
See it if You like one woman shows with questionably sympathetic characters, and clearly unsympathetic situations. But beautifully acted & realized.
Don't see it if You don't like one woman shows. You want light entertainment. You don't like dark comedy.
See it if you like one woman shows and do not mind imagining the other characters. If you enjoy original and acted story telling.
Don't see it if you prefer traditional plays and to see interactions between characters.
See it if you like inventive story telling and fringe theater at its best.
Don't see it if you don''t like one person shows and can't get over the premise that this is a romantic triangle involving a cow .
See it if dark Irish comedy about life on a farm; solo show where the actress plays 4 parts including a cow with a French accent; some surprises
Don't see it if dark comedies or solo shows; can't open up to seeing an actor playing a cow no matter how funny
See it if An unlikely triangle where a lonely Irish girl, the farmer she lusts after & the sexy cow he cherishes plus his cranky ma on a remote farm
Don't see it if charmIngly & shrewdly play out their desires. Well-constructed, wonderfully acted, and hard to resist. One act, one actor.
See it if you like solo performances.
Don't see it if you are looking for a straight forward play. Also, if you have a problem with heavy accents.
Also This story is all over the place.
See it if Creative and entertaining solo play about love and longing. Beautifully conceived and produced.
Don't see it if If you only like musicals and light dramas.
See it if You want to see a one woman show about a love triangle between a man, woman and a french cow. You want to hear some great storytelling.
Don't see it if You don't want to. You don't want to hear a great story about a love triangle. You don't want to laugh.
See it if you like excellent acting, fine writing and story telling involving a love story that uses a quirky plot device.
Don't see it if you dislike 1 person shows about a basically typical love story that uses a silly plot device- a man who has fallen in love with a cow.
See it if You would enjoy a solo performance by a wonderful and unique Irish actress who plays multiple parts, including that of a cow!
Don't see it if You don't like dark Irish comedies. This play is funny and clever though.
See it if You enjoy masterful solo shows that take you on a twisty, wild, journey of the unexpected
Don't see it if You want a big show. This one is intimate and full of imagination with a simple set. The actor is the focus!!!
See it if you want to see a unique, well written, well acted show which is both hilarious and poignant; you like seeing "losers" win the game of life.
Don't see it if you don't like 1 person, minimally staged shows.
See it if Fascinating, touching and surprisingly relatable love story; each character brought to life with richness and ease; don't miss this gem!
Don't see it if Even if you don't like one-actor shows, with a runtime of under 70 minutes, give this show a chance. It does not disappoint!