See it if just don't.
Don't see it if you'd rather clip your toe nails.
See it if A premise with potential, but...
Don't see it if Not very good. Miss this one.
"Jaffe and Parness have a swell foundation for a great evening, but some serious adjustments to both script and performances are vital. Without them, it's a case of going, going, gone."
"There’s a bit of a story here, a type of structure, but it’s sketchy. The activity of the auction doesn’t substitute for a framing device. And the period before the auction itself begins, interesting as it is for a while, lasts too long without the show’s central business to engross us. In all, Going Once! Laughing Twice!!, is fun, creative and flawed."
"A pretty traditionally staged play. It feels fairly spontaneous and light, but never quite gels, with romantic relationships appearing out of nowhere and no real narrative drive. There’s emotion and some witty dialogue but you’ll likely find your attention wandering a bit."