Get ready for a journey to the red planet in this sexy comedy with a psychedelic twist. A new play full of comedy, original music, burlesque, dance, and aerial arts. More…
When two astronauts crash land on Mars, they discover life, and its not what we thought. Amid a host of delightfully politically-incorrect supernatural and iconic characters, the travelers attempt a perilous escape.
See it if If you like a wierd type of play that does not mske much sense of anything. If you like different types of shows that delve into the absurd.
Don't see it if If you want a big production or a traditional production. Space suits and other wacky things in this one.
See it if you like weirdness - there are some comedic moments and some exploration of plot that are worthy.
Don't see it if craziness is not your thing as the plot, acting, music, dance, burlesque and aerial arts are nothing special.
See it if you want a goofy little show with a mish-mash of entertaining acts within an odd story. It was a weird show, but I found myself laughing.
Don't see it if you don't want to deviate from the typical. Or if jokes about Jesus or religion bothers you.
See it if you enjoy watching attractive young actors in dance and gymnastics with attempts at camp humor, no intellectually stimulating theme or plot
Don't see it if you prefer thought provoking drama, parody, or comedy or cannot sit 80 min in meaningless dialog without clear plot development
See it if You have a friend in the show. You want lame comedy making fun of trump and snowflakes.
Don't see it if You want to see a good show. You want the music, burlesque, or comedy advertised.
See it if You’re feeling generous. No real reason to see this in the shape it’s in: great ad, fair set, attractive amateur cast, pubescent script.
Don't see it if Seated past the first row; you won't hear much of the script. Very young cast poorly directed and staged.
See it if Want to see a lightweight sci-fi spoof; you are a friend or relative of one of the cast or crew & want to support this production
Don't see it if you want to see something amusing; a muttering woman in a robe & curlers, watching TV in a 1960s room, as the Deity doesn't fly with you
See it if you know someone in the cast, want to support small theater work, if you are curious. If you are nerdy enough or see it as future cult piece
Don't see it if You expect a great piece of work.
See it if you are open to having religion as the punchline. I wasn't expecting much from this show but enjoyed the humor in it. God was awesome..
Don't see it if you take religion seriously. The show is not for everyone. It has some slow moments, but the funny parts make up for it. Needs work.
See it if If discovering that God is a yenta and she lives on Mars with her alcoholic son Jesus makes you want to know more, then this is for you.
Don't see it if If you're easily offended by disrespect for religion (and science too!). But it's really too absurd and wacky to really offend. I laughed.
See it if Interested in a surreal comedy of astronauts crashlanding on Mars & the twisted Biblical storyHilariouCast,special effects Trapeeze act Kool
Don't see it if Twisted biblical interpretations offend you
See it if you know someone involved & attendance will be taken. Otherwise, this underdeveloped concept has no idea what it wants to say or accomplish.
Don't see it if you require coherence, point of view or audible performers.
See it if You want a farcical play that mixes some burlesque and lots of camp while discussing feminism, ox culture, religion, and attraction.
Don't see it if You mind bad sound, poor plotting, stiff performance, a lack of character development, jokes that mostly don’t land, and tangents.
See it if Athletic young cast set adrift in a spacy play that uses 1 set, some astronaut costumes, video, & music to hold the flimsy script together.
Don't see it if If you've seen the advertising, then know that "sizzling romp" are the last 2 words U would use to describe this play. If U hated 2001, well
See it if you owe a debt to someone in the cast; you've 90 mins to kill; you're intrigued by stories set in space ever since you saw "Star Trek"
Don't see it if you value good writing & clear direction; you've no patience with a messy plot; you're allergic to high camp; religious & God talk bores you
See it if Don't. Just don't. There's some fun gogo dancing in the beginning and a nice aerialist bit at the end, but everything in between is bad.
Don't see it if It's weirdly right-wing. It's painfully slow (65 minutes have never felt longer). It has no intermission, but people still left. Avoid.