The story of a seemingly perfect gay couple with different views on marriage, this unflinching look at how we choose to tie the knot—or not—returns Off-Broadway. More…
Daniel and Mitchell are the perfect couple. Perfect house, perfect friends -- even a mother who wants them married. They'd have the perfect wedding, too, except that Mitchell doesn't believe in gay marriage. A turn of events puts their perfect life in jeopardy, and Mitchell is thrust into a future where even his love may not prove to be enough. "Daniel's Husband" is a bold reflection of love, commitment, and family in our perilous new world.
See it if If you want a well written play that deals with love,pain with a great set.
Don't see it if You do not like gay theme plays .or plays with tragedy in it.
See it if u want to see five authentic, nuanced perfs in a deftly-written, challenging, captivating, startling, moving, entertaining cautionary play.
Don't see it if you're too homophobic or uninterested to appreciate an emotional debate on the challenges of same-sex marriage in the post-ban era.
See it if The problems of the straight world meet the problems of the gay world. Superb acting by all. I do not dare to single out any. Perfect set.
Don't see it if Be sure to check the time of the performance as changes have been made. There are steps. No railings in the theater. Performance is great
See it if you’d like the pleasure of seeing a strong romantic relationship between 2 mature, stable, creative, imperfect gay guys.
Don't see it if you require a lot of action: a dramatic stroke midway through the play changes everything, but other than that, most of the play is talk.
See it if you like excellence by the cast in a well-written play with a nice set with good lighting and sound around a difficult subject - see it!
Don't see it if you cannot deal with physical health difficulties or the horror and tension they bring about for family and loved ones due to societal laws.
See it if Act 1 is sweet & funny; Act 2 features a fraught battle between gay partner vs. parent; persuasive acting
Don't see it if cliche-ish; fails to deal seriously w critique of gay marriage; Act 1 too jokey; shift of Act 1 to 2 contrived; Act 2 too melodramatic
See it if you like good theater. This is a character driven play which covers a variety of issues without seeming didactic but makes its point.
Don't see it if you are troubled by plays that involve gay rights or family issues.
See it if you enjoy excellent acting and subject matter that is thought provoking. Intense dialogue that is absolutely absorbing.
Don't see it if you do not like shows with gay subjects or you only like light drama. This play will move you to tears.
See it if You want to see a play that has it all. Great acting, directing, staging, costumes, use of music
Don't see it if You have a problem with gay themed plays and are not willing to be sad and emotional
See it if You like well made theater with great acting, interesting characters, and a beautiful story.
Don't see it if You still live in the stone age and don't want to see gay men speaking about marriage
See it if interested in dramatic, personal consequences that might result from one's ideals; plot-driven plays that make a point without lecturing.
Don't see it if dislike worst case scenarios; prefer radical theater for contemporary questions. This is traditional. Conversations happen in a living room.
See it if you are interested in a romantic but realistic story of a relationship and the close people around them.
Don't see it if if you do not like sad stories or are uninterested in stories about gay relationships.
See it if you enjoy gay themed real life scenarios, well performed by an excellent cast
Don't see it if semi unbelievable dialog that seems forced in the opening scene will turn you off, it improves
See it if Gay relationships, family problems, discussions about gay marriage, friendship, legal issues, boundaries are of interest. Very well acted.
Don't see it if changes in tone would bother you, if you want an upbeat ending, if you don't like melodrama.
See it if you’d enjoy a beautifully conceived and executed relationship drama that will make you laugh, make you think, & burrow itself in your heart.
Don't see it if you dislike great writing, relatable characters, and to be genuinely moved by a piece of theatre.
See it if If you are open to or interested in what some gay relationships struggle with. A slow beginning picks up the introduction of complex issues.
Don't see it if Do not see if you are not interested in gay issues.
See it if you want to see a fresh take on the advantages of marriage, regardless of gender. Strong, well acted performances.
Don't see it if you are troubled by having a gay couple as the central focus.
See it if you want to experience some of the best acting & one of the most well-written timely scripts on stage today.
Don't see it if you prefer happy musicals over thought-provoking dramas, & aren't into love stories, gay or str8. You'd miss out on great theatre.
See it if You want to see beautiful acting in a heartfelt production about love, devotion, and marriage in a gay relationship.
Don't see it if You prefer big Broadway productions. This is a smaller but very effective play.
See it if you want to see a believable love story with dialogue that seems credible. I bought the story, which has some unexpected turns.
Don't see it if you're turned off by plays with LGBTQ themes.
See it if Relationships with a “perfect” gay man with his partner and his overbearing mother drop into catastrophe — testing their commitment.
Don't see it if All our tears for what?! No clear message/moral of the story with all this tragedy/drama. Gay relationships/family drama don’t interest you.
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See it if You take LGBT life seriously, wish to see more art and stories that go beyond AIDS and club stories. Real life issues and how we deal.
Don't see it if You are homophobic. Do not think homosexuality is a viable lifestyle and hate anything that presents LGBT people as just like eveyone else.
See it if You're willing to be surprised by a play that starts off as a family drama and achieves universality.
Don't see it if You don't like good, understated drama; you don't like LGBTQ storylines.
See it if you want an emotionally powerful tale of love, family, & principle in an era of greater marriage equality. Great acting, riveting story.
Don't see it if you're not comfortable with the loves and lives of same-sex couples, or confronting the residual power that society's bigotry can confer.