In this new comedy, it’s 1942, and a horde of Yankee servicemen have just arrived in England where the locals speak a strange dialect, boil all their food, and talk endlessly about the weather. More…
The Americans see the Brits as a strange race. Get ready to judge for yourself in a night of joyous laughter and downright silliness as a crack team of experts attempt to explain the rules of British life. A rib-tickling show for all ages.
See it if you're an Anglophile [You'll find the humour/humor underneath the mostly unfunny presentation]; u don't mind awkward audience participation.
Don't see it if you expect Python-esque laughs from one of the self-proclaimed "top sketch groups in the UK", working w/material that is ripe for parody.
See it if Brits Off-B'way entry. Three fish out of water with Yank accents follow directives to highlight the deep Stateside divide between cultures.
Don't see it if Don't poke (fun at) the Yanks (animals) in cages at the zoo. Writers as actors. Skit-worthy. Audience participation. Broad.
See it if Slapstick comedy, with audience involved at points.
Don't see it if If you dislike slap stick comedy.
Also 2 hours, the theater was very hot problem with air conditioning.
See it if and ONLY if you enjoy Brit humor & slightly slapstick comedy, Brits poking fun at Americans & vice versa, silliness, & men playing women.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy British humor and silliness, hate any audience participation, prefer musicals and drama straight up.
See it if attempt at satire poking fun of US views of Brits based on instructions given to U.S. servicemen in WWII; very funny discussion of currency
Don't see it if you find audience participation annoying especially if you don't want to get up and dance in front of your seat or throw paper balls
See it if You enjoy British humor. Audience participation is requested . Similar to Benny Hill comedy.
Don't see it if If you are not a fan of British humor. It is slow and indulgent.
See it if you love British humor, particularly by Brits playing Americans poking fun at Brits. There is a tenderness that ekes through that is sweet.
Don't see it if you don't want to learn anything more about behind-the-scenes WW II. Or, if Python-esque humor is not for you. These guys work hard here.
See it if you enjoy seeing British comic actors playing in American stereotypes for laughs.
Don't see it if You don't know much about British culture or you don't like forced audience participation.
See it if You are interested in WWII era digs at British culture. Stereotypes abound.
Don't see it if If you don't like audience participation or physical humor, or humor based on stereotypical view of American and British culture.
See it if you like plays that involve the audience; you want to laugh non-stop
Don't see it if you don't have a good sense of humor; you don't like plays that involve the audience directly
See it if you want a pleasant evening exploring what makes the US and UK different and the same Good energetic cast
Don't see it if you have no interest in the subject or are looking for a full blown musical.
See it if If you like theater that aims only to be fun and basically succeeds. an entertaining and interactive show that pokes at nation stereotypes.
Don't see it if you want ambitious theater, don't like British humor or low humor, do not wish the audience to be asked to participate.
See it if It's a silly humoured romp through the differences between American & British language/ways taking place during training for US GIs in WW ll
Don't see it if Lots of filler in second act; would have benefitted from some input from American writers to mark our take on English custom. Still, its fun
See it if You enjoy vintage humor and costumes from WW II. You enjoy British humor. Play would seem funnier to people on the other side of the pond.
Don't see it if You don’t want to try Morris dancing. You like incisive humor.
See it if Drawn from a guide, humorous look at communication woes of U.S. servicemen in England during WWII. In a way more series of skits than play.
Don't see it if Not a fan of audience participation? Comedy was a bit uneven. Some parts a bit long.
See it if you like roles which are silly caricatures. The acting is good with some funny moments. The bit on the British currency is great.
Don't see it if you're expecting witty, intelligent British humor. The play relies on silly puns and overly simple characters.
See it if Military humor that relies on audience interaction. Slapstick comedy with driven performance. Expect casual stereotyping
Don't see it if While entertaining to an extent, jokes are largely hit or miss. You learn some historical context but not much.
See it if You liked Faulty Towers, physical comedy, verbal witticisms and a lot of hopping around.
Don't see it if You loath corny jokes or emphatic audience participation.
Also A pleasant evening with three hard working writers and actors.
See it if you enjoy British themed humor and like plays with audience participation.
Don't see it if you expect to laugh your head off or dislike silly activities that the actors make the audience participate in.