In the Vineyard's new dark comedy, Sofia is hired as an empathy coach at a debt collection agency — and clearly, she has her work cut out for her. More…
These employees can barely identify what an emotion is, much less practice deep, radical compassion for others. As they painstakingly stumble towards enlightenment, someone keeps mugging Eva in the kitchen, and the unspoken dynamics of their seemingly blithe workplace culture become increasingly unsettling. “Do You Feel Anger?” reminds us that change is not always easy, and may come with unexpected costs.
See it if you can! This is a super theatrical, super absurd, super incisive, super powerful play. It's thrilling to watch it unfold.
Don't see it if you've never been a person who interacts with other people. (Since that's not you, go see this play!)
See it if You have attended workplace training sessions that went nowhere. Absurdist dark comedy with over the top players being un-P.C.. A wild ride
Don't see it if You are easily offended by inappropriate workplace behavior and mistreatment of females. It is only a play. Some obscene language and pics.
See it if you have been accused of being too angry and want to see your story on stage. See it if you are not sure why women are so angry.
Don't see it if you clutch your pearls at the phrase "blow job" or can't enjoy or see the value of theatre in a heightened, absurd style
See it if Good acting esp Greg Keller. A certain kind of humor. Super set. Wait until the final 10 minute. ,Lighting used effectively.
Don't see it if Not sure re: the Me-too folks One should be ready for the humor used. Business companies will not be happy with the behavior of employees.
See it if a story which starts out like a sitcom with sophomoric humor about teaching empathy to workers of a debt collection agency; great ending
Don't see it if you like subtle stories; the humor gets tiresome (maybe that's the point); heavy-handed production
See it if You think some office sensitivity training is absurd. You can’t understand the effects of trauma until you have experienced it yourself.
Don't see it if You are OK with a comedy sketch that is stretched to 90 minutes. You may find the humor distasteful and non-PC.
See it if you want to see an absurdist look at an empathy coach and the deranged staff of the debt collection agency she must attempt to train.
Don't see it if you expect something more coherent than a string of outrageous skits leading to a downbeat ending.
See it if you like comedy centered around how odd people and situations can be. Some lines (and 1 monologue) are absurd however & some scenes overdone
Don't see it if you like all the jokes to make sense. Some things were just too absurd.
Also The set change at the end was very neatly done.
See it if you're up for a frenzied black comedy with lots of screaming and physical action.
Don't see it if you're looking for a cohesive, believable plot involving empathy workshops in a debt collection office.
See it if you have a friend in the cast or like a good set.Acting is uneven.Point of play is made in first 10 minutes.After that it's just repetition.
Don't see it if you have anything better to do.I resent that all women are good people, all the men are violent jerks.Good point about #MeToo; not done well
See it if feminist; generally well-acted, well-intended effort to show fruitlessness of trying to teach male incorrigibles 2 behave w empathy
Don't see it if playwright presents misogynistic behavior so extreme it's absurd; result: clumsy in-your-face spectacle; irrelevant family subplot
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