Manhattan | 1h 30m | In Previews: Opens Apr 29


From 3 member reviews
Members say: Intense, Absorbing, Great acting, Relevant, Great writing

About the show

An exploration of loss and survival, the Amoralists's world premiere centers around two strangers connected by the tragedy of gun violence in a nation still struggling to see itself for what it is. More…

In the aftermath of a mass shooting in NYC, the black mother of a victim and the white brother of the shooter try to make sense of what happened, each individually grappling with a soul-shattering experience that few understand.

During previews
Great writing, Intense, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if You like very I tense plays about very serious events - in this case a mass shooting at the Planetarium. The two actors were superb.

Don't see it if You prefer lighthearted fare

During previews
Relevant, Profound, Intense, Entertaining

See it if You are interested in thought provoking theater. It can relate to so many awful things happening today.

Don't see it if You like like lighter shows or musicals

During previews
Intelligent, Relevant, Intense, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if Through monologue, two affected by a self-hating shooter, try to cope, to connect, and to heal without actually meeting. Great acting.

Don't see it if All of the monologues are fantasy "in the head" providing little action. Astral projections provide planetarium theme to little effect.

Also "I am not going to be your good black woman.Violence follows me."

Cast & Creatives (4)