Categories: Drama, Comedy, Local. From Grind Arts Company. Written by Sean Peter Drohan. Directed by Eamon Foley. Choreographer by Eamon Foley.
See it if A witty, contemporary gay take on Cyrano story almost buried under pretentious directorial concept
Don't see it if Bothered by use of gay sexual sterotypes to make sardonic points; graphic gay sexual situations
See it if you're interested in seeing a great idea for a show in an early stage of its development.
Don't see it if you'll be frustrated by a show that knows what story it's trying to tell but doesn't quite have the tools to compellingly tell it yet.
See it if You just want mindless, fun, semi-juvenile, gay entertainment, with Lego pieces! Hot bods!
Don't see it if You're anti-gay, anti semi-nudity, anti small venues, anti tight-seating, anti campy plays, and house music...
See it if you are young, horny, and eager to date but aren't sure how. I'm too old for the cliched experiences of this play.
Don't see it if you are expecting great acting or a super-sexy mysterious love interest. Neither found here.
See it if you want to see an original, provocative, smart & entertaining take on contemporary gay life
Don't see it if you are easily shocked by everyday gay life; if you don't enjoy attractive men; if you need narrative simplicity; if you're a Rostand purist
See it if You're a queer man, or know queer men, and are baffled by the hoops this community puts itself through.
Don't see it if You like your shows to be exceptionally polished, know nothing about modern young gay life. Knowing Cyrano de Bergerac is helpful.