This new romantic comedy about a seemingly heterosexual boyfriend's not-so-heterosexual past proves that sometimes in order to find yourself, you have to get lost. More…
Angst-ridden Max and mildly unstable Elanor are soulmates. They have revealed every crazy and embarrassing quirk to each other which has only brought them closer. However, there is one issue that Max is holding onto. Elanor has discussed her ex-boyfriends with Max. Max hasn’t quite mentioned his.
See it if you enjoy great acting in a tight, funny show with a message using an innovative set in a small theater.
Don't see it if you are not open to varied lifestyles, human relationship problems, frank language or new writing with a message.
See it if You like RomCom pilots or know someone in the play.
Don't see it if This play felt like a fifteen minute sketch that got elongated for no reason. Would have been a funny 15 minute play.
See it if you like Max Crumm, Lucy DeVito, Paul Molnar, stand up style musings, and brevity in your situational comedy
Don't see it if examining a bi-sexual & the woman who might love him, you require greater substance & more time to appreciate characters on stage put U off
See it if You want to see a quick show (1 hr), like small theatre, are ok with bisexuality theme, support off Bway, want to see a funny show.
Don't see it if Expect elaborate setting, are uncomfortable with bisexuality, don't like stand up.
See it if you like a quick show that is entertaining. Acting was well done, and had some funny moments.
Don't see it if you don't like the subject matter of a bi-sexual dating a straight women.
See it if you want a lightweight show. Good acting can't really save the silliness around the show. Some scenes are funny, but most miss the mark.
Don't see it if you want a serious show. The humor does not really work too well.
See it if you enjoy short, raunchy, but weak standup-type comedy, and are satisfied with only a few laughs in a show that's billed as hilarious.
Don't see it if raunchy language & comedy about bisexuality offends you. Or if you're expecting a show that's going to make you split your sides laughing.
See it if While the subject matter is slightly difficult -- a man telling his girlfriend that he is bi-sexual -- the one liners keep coming. If you
Don't see it if miss one, there will be a thousand others. It seemed like a stand-up comics telling the audience about their lives by dramatizing.
See it if You like sit-com comedies. More like watching TV instead of a play.
Don't see it if You want a comedy that makes you laugh. If you don't like predictable comedies. You don't want to hear the f-word and vulgarity throughout.
See it if cute romantic comedy, but too short, and predictable.Talented cast,clever set design,but this play does not live to its full potential.
Don't see it if you prefer something dark and dramatic.
See it if This show is barely an hour and I can't believe I am saying that, but I wished it would last longer. The three cast members are so engaging.
Don't see it if The book is certainly under written and requires more character development because the actors feel a bit wasted for this short theater trip
See it if Shows about stand-up comics are un-funny as a rule. This 1 takes on the rom-com genre & proves that the same goes for romance. Needs depth??
Don't see it if Skip if U like comedies to actually be funny. Don't go unless U R already a fan of stars Max Crumm, Paul Molnar & Lucy DeVito (tru-troupers)
See it if you enjoy trite rom-com dialogue and situations and salivate at the chance to watch D-list celebrities onstage.
Don't see it if you expect nuance in characterization and dialogue or know how to spot a vanity project from a mile away...
See it if you like short comedy plays, you have an interest in a bi-sexual story line, you like Max Crumm, Lucy DeVito
Don't see it if you expect a fully realized comic play, you want more to a story and characters, you want something longer than an hour of stand up routine
See it if you enjoy light comedies that do not change your views but are there just for entertainment sake.
Don't see it if If you are expecting heavy drama, deep issues, or any singing.
See it if you are a connoisseur of terrible shows? Nothing redeeming about this one. Gave it a 17 because the guy who played the friend was good.
Don't see it if you can see literally anything else. The script and set design are the worst aspects but it’s all bad. Also a rude, drunk, texting audience.