With rapid-fire comedic dialogue and a mind-bending plot, this fast-moving one-act play about two old friends who find themselves trapped at an annual holiday party toys with our sense of time and identity. More…
It soon becomes apparent that everything is not as it seems, as secrets and betrayals are exposed just as quickly as the duo's inability to remember them. To reveal anything more would ruin the fun.
Part of Soho Playhouse's 2018 Fringe Encore Series.
See it if You want to see a well thought out comedy that most likely will not make you laugh but will hold a smile on your face for 45 minutes
Don't see it if You are expecting a full length play. This is part of a festival and from when I can tail the best play at this festival
See it if You like super short (35min) one act plays with an interesting concept and occasional brilliant moments
Don't see it if You don't want every third word to be "like" "Man" or "dude". Starts slow and picks up but I called every "twist" and was bored.
See it if You like & support Fringe Festival, like repetitive words fired to each other by two actors, smart dialogues but for some it might bore
Don't see it if You do not like bare bone, two actor play ina small theater. You will feel like deja vu(just like characaters) for each dialogue
See it if If you like any basic comedy or improv that doesn't have or need a reason for being or If you like being turned upside-down 4 the hell of it
Don't see it if U expect ANY payoff, U want any realistic dialogue or ONE reason why it's SO Repetitive: Lines are frequently regurgitated with Zero feeling