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 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.
See it if you are ready to consider communication without electronic devices and what happens when two very different characters drop their guard
Don't see it if you want a fast paced drama or comedy, you are not interested in personal connection and its effect on people
See it if you've ever worried about telling a stranger a lot more than you intended, or underestimated your reaction to being told too much.
Don't see it if you want to see a short play. This one is 2 hours and ten minutes (with intermission.)
See it if you like dialog driven dramas & solid performances from talented actors. Very realistic, except when it gets a bit sci-fi.
Don't see it if you want to see what is going on & if you want to see meaningful conversations. They are a little deep, but rushed. Acts barely tie together
See it if relationship stories and the difficulties of relationships appeal — especially the communications component among young adults.
Don't see it if good young actors or a fresh story line, even a bit over- scripted one, bugs you.
See it if I wanted to like this play but... to call it a school play would be an overstatement. An Underdeveloped play with very poor acting brings
Don't see it if Unwatchable results. What works at home for your mom and dad not always is something to bring on a professional stage. Back to rehearsal!
See it if you enjoy intimate shows, with earnest dialogue and appreciate the small ways people can impact our lives.
Don't see it if you prefer a lot of characters (basically only 2 actors onstage at a time), multiple locations/sets, or a lot of action.
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.