MCC presents a gritty drama about the reunion of a stressed-out retail clerk and her recovering alcoholic ex-husband after their teenage daughter goes missing, starring Piper Perabo. More…
When their seventeen-year-old daughter goes missing during a winter storm, Maggie and Lou - former high school sweethearts, now divorced - are forced to confront the legacy of their past decisions. 'Lost Girls' is a hard-hitting drama about a blue-collar family in New Hampshire struggling to rise above their limited prospects to prevent history from repeating itself.
See it if you like funny, smart dramas about struggling (emotionally and financially) families. Strong writing, acting and direction. A solid evening.
Don't see it if you're put off by strong language. This play has a delightful punchline which took me by surprise.
See it if you like a great plot twist, characters written in a way you will recognize them in your life. Believable story.
Don't see it if Can't think why not like it.
See it if you want to think, guess and be on the edge of your seat. Lots of great eye opening moments that you don't expect.
Don't see it if you don't like dramas and having to think, they play will challenge you and you will like it
See it if enjoy realistic dramas (with deftly leavening humor) about family life amid modern stress. Spiky-yet-sympathetic characters, neat plot twist
Don't see it if You are offended by f-bombs sprinkled realistically by every character, sexual simulations, but nothing you wouldn't get on HBO.
See it if You like plays with an unexpected twist, great acting and family dramas.
Don't see it if You are offended by curse words, don't like too much exposition or some overwritten dialogue. At time a one act that felt stretched.
See it if you want an incredible cast performing a twisty story about loss and struggle. perfect balance between humor and darkness. JUST GO.
Don't see it if there is literally no reason not to see this. it was unbelievable. i didn't want it to be over, i was lost in the story. this is theater.
See it if you enjoy family dramas. Great performances especially by Piper Perabo, Meghann Fahy and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.
Don't see it if you're not ready to engage in this family drama
See it if You enjoy gritty family dramas that seem just a little too real and stories that have plot twists you will never see coming
Don't see it if you are offended by foul language and/or simulated sex/nudity onstage
See it if you love a good plot twist or if you want a new take on family dramas
Don't see it if you're offended by foul language or simulated sex on stage
See it if you love a good family drama, dark plot twists, aggressively working class ambiance, women who swear, sassy mothers, gritty dramas, suspense
Don't see it if you are offended by swearing, onstage sex, onstage teen sex, occasionally forced accent work, intensely dark and gritty backstories.
See it if Looking for a little darker of a show. It starts off nice but gets much darker in the end
Don't see it if you are unable to handle difficult subjects especially concerning young children.
See it if you like serious stories about messed up families that also incorporate humor. monologues are very resonant!
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with nudity/sex/excessive profanity.
See it if you want to see realistic people in a thought provoking story that makes you feel for the characters.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with sex on stage.
See it if you appreciate great performances, believable characters.
Don't see it if you are concerned about offensive language (e.g. use of the word "retarded" was both offensive and gratuitous, but it was used repeatedly).