This suspenseful new musical tells the story of a young actress who has complicated relationships with her father and ex-lover. More…
In 'Come Light My Cigarette,' the actress is driven to confront these two powerful influences in her life: Her father, with whom she shares a volatile and shameful past, and her ex-lover, a powerful and controlling woman who was instrumental in making her a success.
See it if A few pluses; evocative set & lighting & captivating piano playing Late cameo by Tuckerman as love-lorn lesbian Broadway producer well done
Don't see it if Not the salacious material that's bothersome it's the ineptitude of it's handling. Writer/director Cohen gives no bio in program - nuf said
See it if you wish to spend 90 long minutes wondering why you are in the theater and not somewhere else. Stupid story, poor singing, bad characters.
Don't see it if you like a good story plot, interesting characters and good lyrics.
See it if you enjoy being tortured in increments of 90 minutes at a time
Don't see it if if you actually appreciate the artistry which goes into making a musical theater work of art.
See it if You’re up for seeing what might possibly be the worst theatrical event you will ever see.
Don't see it if You’d prefer a pleasant, fun, intelligent or well-designed and executed evening of theatre.
See it if you like dark shows. The story is confusing and not well developed. Singing is difficult to listen to.
Don't see it if want a light, happy show that you can understand.
See it if you like to sit in a comfortable theater and enjoy production values
Don't see it if if you want to see a well written play.
See it if Every theater, and future theater, producer should see this "show" and learn what not to do or produce.
Don't see it if This musical, yes, musical about a hooker and the gay father who raped her repeatedly as a child was ARTLESS and even, shockingly boring.
See it if you have a peculiar fascination with seeing first-hand what doesn't really work. To their credit, the actors do their best to give it life.
Don't see it if you want a show that has any focus or nuance at all. This script tries to take on everything, so ultimately it has nothing much to say.
See it if you adore musicals. I would not see it as it wasn't a good piece of work about an actress and the people around her.
Don't see it if you expect to be entertained. This is a complicated show where the lead character is confused about her dad. Not really worth the effort.
See it if you want to find out how truly dreadful a play can be.
Don't see it if you want a well written, thought provoking play. One of the worst, most offensive, plays I have ever seen.
See it if You don't know the difference between good & bad theater.
Don't see it if You want to see a play where something actually happens & the music nicely compeiments the action.
See it if you like a man praising rape, pedophilia, incest, &anti-semitism. Rest of the show is not any better. Best thing was the breeze on my neck.
Don't see it if you DON'T like incest, rape, offensive language, etc.
See it if There’s a bit of morbid curiosity in you for edgy theater
Don't see it if Plays that try to shock by tackling clerical pedophilia, incest, addiction, corrupt accountants and (gasp!) homosexuality don’t interest you
See it if You want to profusely apologize to your friends for making them get dressed that night.
Don't see it if If you don’t want to waste 90 minutes if your life. It’s a confusing, tries-to-hard, piece that misses every mark.
See it if I do NOT recommend . The actors are good but the material needs a lot of work.The piano player was great
Don't see it if Don't see until the playwright knows what he wants to say /workshops it /and gets a director.Some of the music is good.
See it if If you want to live in a world where people actually talk about sexual abuse, trauma, and domestic violence and the after effects. Music!!!
Don't see it if If you are traumatized by the discussion of sexual abuse, rape, domestic violence, or by the portrayal of homosexuality.
See it if you know an actor in the show and want to give them your support. The acting and singing is well done.
Don't see it if you're discriminating with the kind of theater you see.
See it if You know someone in the show and want to help them with support through this awful script.
Don't see it if You want to see a coherent, thought provoking or original story.