Lesser America presents this absurdist new play about the power of loss and how to get over, around, and through what haunts you. More…
Today is the two-year anniversary of the disappearance of Fiona’s son, and still, nothing makes sense to her. Not her blasé husband, the incompetent detective, or the neighborhood kidnapper who keeps introducing himself in the checkout line. As Fiona delves back into her memories of that fateful day, hoping to uncover that crucial missing piece, grief and comedy collide, and ordinary turns of phrase take on dangerous new meanings.
See it if you like experimental plays about difficult subjects (autism AND disappearance). More complications fr wordplay that obscures & fascinates.
Don't see it if you want lite stuff. Well-staged, tho. And protean character is well-written, well-acted. Even w sad plot, little emotional response.
See it if Some really great and some not really great acting. Interesting theme. Touching at times. Slow reveal storytelling keeps one thinking
Don't see it if Small production are not for you. Slow and at points confusing.
See it if Powerful drama with virtuosic use of language and superb acting. Intense from start to finish.
Don't see it if You won't like a non-linear fragmented storyline that represents the characters' shattered world.
See it if Yee's award-winning drama about the aftermath of a child's disappearance. Written with a dizzying command of language well handled by actors
Don't see it if Fragmented & disjointed plotting reflective of mother's state of mind can be confusing. Raw emotions, situations compelling but not for all
See it if you like challenging pieces in a unique theatrical language involving sound and action, an excellent performance by a recent Julliard grad
Don't see it if you don't like plays where secrets are only hinted at until final moments, deliberately confusing style that keeps one wondering
See it if you enjoy great writing performed by a superb cast (Justin Mark nails multiple parts) with scenic and lighting design that wows.
Don't see it if you are bothered by the challenges of loss, guilt and autism that explode throughout this production.
See it if You enjoy family dramas told in an interesting & new way. You like stories that are told out of order. You like clever staging & playwriting
Don't see it if You prefer more traditional storytelling. You don't like absurdism.
See it if you enjoy a very powerful drama in a small space with excellent acting. The intensity of the action is amazing. Do not miss this show.
Don't see it if you prefer comedy or light hearted plays. I was so impressed with this play. I will check out more from this playwright.
See it if you like absurdity w your psychological dramas, exploring effects of loss/grief. Sad subject, but play's not devastating or too emotional.
Don't see it if Don't want to work a bit to follow the story & creative turn-of-phrase. 1 actor plays multi-roles (really well!) It's a fresh, modern take.
See it if you can deal with a non-linear and non-realistic plot; this show involved make-believe characters which existed only in the mind of the mom
Don't see it if you want a totally realistic plot and characters; you don't care for non-linear plots; you don't care to think too much.
See it if you want an interesting dialogue, which keeps you intrigued till the end, when the story finally reveals itself. Justin Marks was great!
Don't see it if you don't like intense plays about a families loss.
See it if If a psychological drama about an adoption gone wrong and a disappeared child's effect on a couple's marriage and sanity will grab you.
Don't see it if If quick scene changes and time shifts plus multiple characters played by the same actor would confuse you or tricks with words lose you..
See it if a drama about a family dealing with a life or death crisis interests. Fine acting.
Don't see it if open-ended discourse can be confusing. A lot here is disturbing and unsettling.
See it if enjoyable show. excellent wordplay within a touching story. well acted by all 3 performers. really well staged too.
Don't see it if you are sensitive to a story about a missing child. you want simple straight forward dialogue
See it if you enjoy watching the complexity of a woman's mind that feels guilty for the loss of her child.
Don't see it if you aren't interested in how we process loss and the complexities of a marriage after losing a child.
See it if you want to see great acting and interesting writing and like to play with words.
Don't see it if you are looking for a straightforward comedy or drama.
See it if Well-executed, well-acted, yet mercifully short piece on conflicted parents rearing an autistic kid. Tough to take but worthwhile.
Don't see it if The non-linear structure and unconventional language may confuse some, but it makes for a more interesting experience.
See it if You like family drama told in a unique and quirky way. Great writing and acting.
Don't see it if You don't want thought provoking drama.
See it if You appreciate non-linear storylines, clever language, darker themes, small cast shows
Don't see it if The subject of autism or losing a child is hard for you to watch. You want something light with straightforward plot. Wordplay confounds you