New Light Theater Project presents this world premiere dark comedy about love, addiction, and aging. More…
In 'Hal & Bee,' an aging hippie couple tries to hold on to their bohemian roots while dealing with the impending sale of their Upper West Side apartment building and the deadly familiarity of their own relationship.
See it if If you like good acting with a decent staging. If you like the 60's culture.
Don't see it if If you don't like a show that misses the mark, violence.
See it if An absurdist drama about a college-age daughter trying to separate from aging, not so happily married, hippy parents as ceiling closes in.
Don't see it if You don’t like mixing real and absurd events and you don’t believe that a fantasy of killing is a solution for a problem.
See it if you enjoy shows with a unique twist albeit confusing at first, worth staying with it.
Don't see it if contemporary dramedy doesn't suit you considering you have to be a bit patient at first
See it if You want to watch great actors have fun with a wild show.
Don't see it if You want a play that doesn't stray into being repetitive - the core idea wears thin a little too early.
See it if You enjoy shows that deal with the Baby Boomer generation, and NYC -centric family/comedies.
Don't see it if You are tired of plays/movies involving the Baby Boomer generation. You wish a show in a comfortable setting.
See it if You enjoy dark comedy, sharply realistic dialogue, plays about family and relationships, fight choreography, stories about NYC.
Don't see it if You're not interested in those things.
See it if You're interested in engaging new work from exciting young theater companies. You're an aging hippie, a New Yorker, or a millennial.
Don't see it if You don't like surreal moments mixed in wittily with reality, or if you can't handle a bit of violence.
See it if You've ever been in a long term relationship! This darkly funny play taps into the ways in which we can hate those whom we love most.
Don't see it if you don't like theater. Otherwise, definitely just see it! :-)
See it if you have a dark sense of humor and if you love nuanced performances.
Don't see it if you like shows with a very straightforward plot.
Also This production is independent theater at its best.
See it if You would like a pleasant night out. An intriguing pensee on living together and aging.
Don't see it if Perhaps you are too young to imagine the situation it presents, or old enough and likely to find it hits too close to your actual life.