A dark comedy about two bungling mobsters who fall out of favor with "la famiglia." If the mob ever had an odd couple...this one's it. More…
Straight out of the looney bin, Sonny is a hairdresser from Staten Island who moonlights as a mafia hit man. Sonny's older cousin is Ant'ny, a big-talking shyster with small-time bookie racket and a homophobic chip on his shoulder. Together, they spend the evening in a Staten Island salon imparting their frustrations and lethal energies upon one another.
"The perfect combination of everything that puts audience members in seats: the drama of an Italian family out to make a killing, the comedy of two cousins who couldn't be more different, and the excitement of not knowing who is going to live, who is going to die...A great time posing as a little existential drama...The acting really made this play riveting...A dark comedy that will definitely have you laughing, 'Moolah' is a mix of everything that really brings out the drama of a good show." Full Review
See it if you don't mind stereotypical portrayals of Italians and Cross dressers used for comedic effect. Just entertainment without a message.
Don't see it if you dislike stereotyped Italians as mobsters and stereotyped cross dressers as hairstylists.
See it if You have ever been to Brooklyn, Staten Island, or the Jersey Shore to hang out with Italians. You're looking for a fun time.
Don't see it if You want a show that's sensible, clear, and profound. This is a dizzying storm of chaos that defies description, but it's compelling and fun
See it if You enjoy an interesting,sometimes confusing story performed by good actors with a few laughs and 70's music
Don't see it if you don't like small theaters with basic sets and a story with a gay gangster
See it if You don't mind seeing a play that is funny and silly. You don't mind seeing a play about mobsters with a "twist". You want to laugh.
Don't see it if You are too serious and want to see a serious play. You don't like seeing a play with an over the top male hair stylist.
See it if You want to see a silly show that’s over the top, full of cliches and sometimes cringeworthy but in the end, with plot twists, fun enough.
Don't see it if You want to see a show that’s actually well written and more than just a silly fluff of a show.
See it if you enjoy laughing a bit while watching two good actors deliver an uneven tale, sometimes hilarious, sometimes over the edge.
Don't see it if you are bothered at all by rough language as it is full of it.
See it if you appreciate a novel twist on LGBTQ and Italian mob themes, with no holds barred language/humor, politically incorrect humor, and violence
Don't see it if you avoid Italian and LGBQT stereotyping, political incorrectness, rapid plot twists, dense jargon and accents, dizzying character reference
See it if You want to see a two man play that addresses issues of Mafia strongmen in a gay subtext.
Don't see it if You want a well delivered script with a more satisfying climax. While there were some funny moments, play lacked focus despite good actors.
See it if Very broad comedy, spottily funny. Some promising ideas that could have benefited from a heavy rewrite and better comic delivery.
Don't see it if If you find it exhausting "getting" the jokes but not finding them funny.
See it if you are not put off by tongue-in-cheek representation of gangsters and strange familial relationships; often too silly.
Don't see it if you are looking for a well written comedy that's not trite.
See it if If you can't get enough of the gangster stereotypes. Its like mob meets Jewish fetch. The acting was pretty good, did there best out of a
Don't see it if very weak script. If you don't like the strong language or if you like a story/plot with substance. you can miss this one .Too many others.
See it if you like Italian American farce, cursing, outrageous content and "in your face" humor.
Don't see it if you like any bit of nuance, intelligence, meaningful satire with copious laughs.
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