Ars Nova presents The Mad Ones new work in which the creators of a 1970s children’s television program have commissioned a focus group to probe the parents of the show’s target audience. More…
Over stale coffee and donuts, a group of strangers navigates the murky waters of American belief and perception.
See it if you want a mediocre episode of television put on stage.
Don't see it if you expect a little more for your money when you go to the theater.
See it if You like strong performances, time specific settings, and gorgeous set design.
Don't see it if You generally appreciate theater with plot, theme, or any semblance of illumination...this has none of that.
See it if I wouldn’t recommend this play. Slightly amusing at times but the story is so boring and repetitive.
Don't see it if I had loved this group’s previous show Miles For Mary but this did not live up to that. Missing something. Not funny. Story went nowhere.
See it if you want to be as perplexed as I am as to why this play even exists. Given a few good performances, there is nothing to recommend this play.
Don't see it if you don't like plays in which the characters do not have an arc. Much of the dialogue is repetitive. Nothing much happens during the play.
See it if You want a night out and get the $5 tickets. You want to see something new - and understand that it may not be good.
Don't see it if You want something of any substance - it has none. You expect something of the caliber of Comet of 1812 or Rags Parkland from Ars Nova