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’re in the mood to basically sit in on a series of conversations that will make you look at a variety of subjects from a new way.
Don't see it if You’re looking for lots of action or a detailed plot line. This is interesting but really pretty cerebral.
See it if Blackout. Two neighbours drop defenses because of the darkness; share intimacies. Good set for off-off.
Don't see it if Weak resolve. At 2:15, the set-up takes too long for such a hasty pay-off. First act takes place on floor. General admission seating.
See it if Blackout creates instant intimacy for apartment neighbors who share secrets and private information resulting in subsequent complications.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in young adult neighbors talking about their lives and problems. You want a structured plot with a traditional arc.
See it if you like a show with strong characterizations and exploration of interpersonal relationships of romance and friendship.
Don't see it if you prefer a little less conversation and a little more action, please.
See it if you like plays about the experiences of the dating scene for people in their 20's to 40's.
Don't see it if you want to see a play that offers solutions to dating problems and relationships.
See it if You want to see a well acted play about people making human connections and dealing with their demons.
Don't see it if You want a lot of action...this is more character driven than plot driven.
See it if The set-up is very good and solid but the performances are uneven while the dialogue feels a touch forced at times, even a bit predictable.
Don't see it if Bethany Geraghty is just wonderful in the role of the nice, yet unstable neighbor. She brings that character alive in this lengthy play.
See it if You want a show that explores human relationships and developments
Don't see it if You're looking for a show with a concrete ending where loose ends are tied up
See it if you like character-driven plays with fun pop culture references from 80s/90s. Design was beautiful.
Don't see it if you need action-driven stories or become impatient with slow-building plays (naturalism).
See it if You enjoy watching an awkward romance stir between to youngins.
Don't see it if You desire something deeply thought provoking. It's light, lovely, but light.
See it if you want to press your ear to the fourth wall of an apt in Astoria & pry on a trio of millennials as they reveal their own vulnerabilities.
Don't see it if you think "meaningful conversation" is more than just discussing intimate biographical details and sharing fears & insecurities.
See it if Nice acting by Milford, Geraghty & Leal. The two lesser roles provided a nice start . A N.Y. story that could be reality. Nice set.
Don't see it if Still a public transportation problem but both theaters at the site are super. ................... ..One 80% and one 85%.......
See it if It's about people that probably would not have met under normal conditions.
Don't see it if It's basically really about conversation so if you can't just handle just talkin in a play with no action.
See it if support new plays, enjoy millennial angst, like genre of plays that portrays blackouts, like tall, blond, handsome male lead with shirt off
Don't see it if have idea what meaningful conversations should be, dislike small dramas, need better backstory, don't care about millennial's angst
See it if You would like to see a play that was well written and performed. You want to delve into folks lives and see what can happen when you share.
Don't see it if You are not interested in a play about neighbors and the exchanges they have and how it affects their relationship.
See it if you like dialogue-driven intimate plays. Basically, 2 long conversations in an Astoria apartment. Well-written story.
Don't see it if you want action in a show. This is almost all dialogue. It was entertaining, but could use some trimming to keep us hooked for the 2+hrs.
See it if you understand the title. It's about TALKING. Act 1: LONG conversation. Act 2: two yrs later, another LONG conversation, w/a bit of drama.
Don't see it if you're not into getting-to-know-you conversations. To engage in? Meaningful, of course. To watch it done live on-stage? Not for everyone.
See it if You're interested in just listening to people talk. This show is about overhearing two private conversations between people who just met.
Don't see it if You're looking for something with a deep and thick plot. This is all character development.
See it if you enjoy works by young playwrights with young actors. Feels a bit unfinished but there's something there. Character driven, not much plot.
Don't see it if you want something more polished and with more action. This is basically listening to conversations and seeing relationships develop.