In New Light Theater Project's world premiere drama, two Queens neighbors coexist as intimate strangers until an unexpected occurrence forces them together. More…
During a blackout, new neighbors David and Nat engage in unusual conversation and wind up revealing more about themselves than they intend. Two years later, they are thrust back into each other lives when a domestic dispute erupts in their building, forcing them to reexamine their initial encounter in unexpected ways.
See it if you like dialogue heavy shows about millennials performed by good young actors.
Don't see it if you have little patience for so much talk & some unlikely plot developments.
See it if If you are interested in singles coping with life in the big city. Some bright spots however the focus is lost to meaningless banter.
Don't see it if Do not see if you are interested in musicals.
See it if you like plays about single people attempting to cope with relationships and life in present day urban NYC.
Don't see it if you dislike plays that contain tediously long conversations that tend to be boring in order to "flesh out" characterizations.
See it if you want to see a show with a decent performance by actors portraying dysfunctional losers with problems not clearly explained
Don't see it if you're looking for a show with a great plot and very believable situations
See it if You want yo see a play that is to see a slice of NYC life about 20 somthings.
Don't see it if If yoi arr opposed to seeing sceens containing sexuality
See it if you like traditional "living room" dramas, and want to see a show that plays with this trope in intriguing ways, you like great sets + light
Don't see it if you're irritated by the manic pixie dream girl trope, you prefer experimental and groundbreaking theatre
See it if You like naturalism, very character driven new plays. A well crafted set. Some good acting, by the upstairs neighbor in particular.
Don't see it if You don't like shows that have a lot of unnecessary dialogue, or you want more from the ending.