Playwrights Horizons presents this new romantic comedy about two 16-year-olds who forge an unlikely friendship amidst the class warfare in a small Rhode Island town. More…
Abandoned by his wayward mom, 16-year-old Daniel is consigned to spend summer with his widower granddad in a Rhode Island beach town, where the locals don’t look kindly on city kids. But his hapless vacation turns around when he meets Izzy: tough-acting, back-sassing, beguiling, and taken. The impulsive Sicilian-American girl is determined to defend her territory from this prep school invader. Gregory S. Moss’s feisty romantic comedy follows a passing fling that could last a lifetime—as impossible and charmed as an Indian summer.
See it if you like very ordinary theatre. Not worth going out of your way to see.
Don't see it if you want something special in your theatre-going experience.
See it if you want to see three appealing young actors who are better than their material.
Don't see it if don't like characters who come across as artificial constructs and don't like overlong plays with a last-minute switch of focus.
See it if You don't mind wasting two hours of your life watching something that brought no clarity or meaning to the experience.
Don't see it if You mind spending your precious time wishing you were at the beach instead of watching a play about being at the beach.