See it if You like simple staging and a play about choices and consequences. You want to see how a couple deals with the inability to conceive.
Don't see it if Don't like plays about relationships and what can happen when bad choices are made. You don't like simple staging
"A timely, touching and hilarious new play...Annel and Thomas have great chemistry...In fact, the entire cast is adept at working together, presenting many believable characters who are always in the moment...There are a lot of scenes and characters seen in the beginning that never show up again, despite having an interesting story line...Still, this work managed to capture the humor and sweetness of all the small moments of life."
"'Choices & Consequences' belongs in a church basement, not Off-Broadway. Written and directed by Marlon Orlando Cole, an investment adviser and ordained minister, this amateurish production seems more of a therapy session than a play...As a director, Mr. Cole should have reined his actors in. As a playwright, his play is very preachy...If you choose to see this play, your consequences will be a painful evening of bad theatre."