LAByrinth Theater Company's world premiere is a dark, sexy, and funny tale about the temptations we face when we find ourselves in a room with the devil – and what happens when we gamble with our soul. More…
When Pepper and her husband Salvatore meet Delia, a volatile triangle of dark, passionate, and comic twists and turns is put in motion. Sal, the hotshot new professor in town teaches 'Faust': the story of a man who sells his soul to the devil - a cautionary tale that begins to play out in their lives the moment Sal insists Delia become friends with his wife, setting off a chain of events that sends all three down a dangerous path. When faced with your demons, what are the choices you'll make to save yourself? What do you want? What do you deserve? What can you get away with?
See it if The actors of excellent it has a Twist of the story that keeps you watching and they interact a little bit with the audience
Don't see it if It is a small theater, not a fancy set.
See it if you have never seen a production by Labyrinth. This is not one of their better efforts, but showcases 3 of their better actors.
Don't see it if you are expecting a great production. This play is definitely a work in progress and needs a lot of work. Staging is unimaginative.
See it if You want to see some incredible acting and a really small and intimate space
Don't see it if Have a problem with a very minimal set There is nothing flashy or big about this production
See it if you enjoy excellent acting and a play about infidelity and sin, decisions, and Faust; love electrified violin musical background.
Don't see it if you are looking for a musical, don't like strong characters and plays about infidelity; can't stand modern electrified violin music.
See it if Faustian choices (dealing with the devil) face two women and a man in a love triangle with complications.
Don't see it if You don’t care for a small scale production with a frequently visited plot.
See it if enjoy good acting, with very few stage props
Don't see it if are offended by a show about adultry with vulgar descriptive sexual dialogue and simulated sex
See it if you like David Zayas and to support Labyrinth. But the play itself needs work.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy seeing works in progress - or if you can't find some value in a production even when the whole of it doesn't quite work
See it if You love really good actors who make financial sacrifices to work with small theatre companies year after year. You appreciate actors who
Don't see it if You hate macho men, double-standards and infidelity. Complicated relationships irritate you. You hate really small theatres and no scenery.
See it if You like new thrilling plays with great actors to support it, small intimate theatre with lots of complexity & depth, 85 mins and flies by!
Don't see it if Not into marital dramas, looking for something bigger scale
See it if If you love great performances, great directing and great acting! A play that resonates with many many relationships in our lives!
Don't see it if If you want to miss out!!!
See it if You like tawdry love affair stories.
Don't see it if You're sick of seeing stories about women lusting after men and therefore allowing them to get away with a bunch of terrible behavior.