Film star Bruce Willis presents this new drama, where legendary outlaw Billy the Kid reflects upon the relationships that have informed his life on the night before his murder. More…
In the New Mexican desert, Billy the Kid is restless and alone. He conjures his mother, his lover, Sheriff Pat Garrett, and the man he thinks might be his father. Through memories, visions, and feverish dreams, he confronts each of them. As he gains real insight into their lives and struggles, he discovers how he went from being a normal kid in New York City to the notorious gunfighter Billy The Kid. At sunrise, he 'Must' face Garrett with this newfound understanding of life, purpose, and infamy.
See it if you have time to kill ...& willing to sit on a slow play that can put you to sleep - as the dialogues & sunset stage lights set that mood.
Don't see it if you actually want to enjoy and learn more about Billy in an interesting way. The staging, lighting, costume and cast were promising though.
See it if You know someone associated w/the production. You're fascinated by Billy the Kid & want to see everything about him.
Don't see it if You want any illumination of Billy. You want life-lile characters that go beyond cliche. You value quality playwriting.
See it if you Must! From the title to the end the show was just slow and boring. Some actors were good, but their lines were just bad. Don't see it!
Don't see it if you have respect for Bruce Willis. He must of lost of bet or was drunk when he read the script. This was not a good show.
See it if This one-hour play feels like three hours and some. The writing is riddled with clichés, for instance, "you are your own hostage".
Don't see it if The desert wind blowing, Billy, the Kid, gets his own version of "This is Your Life", the night before he bites the bullet. Must find exit.
See it if can't really say there is much to recommend this show but as it appears to be a new writer you at least can get a look at that work.
Don't see it if aimless dialogue, overheated theaters, characters who elicit no real emotions all turn you off or disappoint you
See it if You enjoy non-linear shows based on historical characters that I magazine their interactions with other both living and dead.
Don't see it if You want to see a coherent show that paints a clear picture of who Billy the Kid was, or like good scripts. You don’t want to be bored.
See it if You want to see actors trying to show how good they are when they cry or yell, if you want to see a wonderful light design,
Don't see it if If you're looking for a good tempo, a good story and interesting characters, if you love western plays/movies
See it if Felt sorry for the actors who did well with the awful dialogue. John Clarence Stewart especially stood out as Pat Garrett. Nice set.
Don't see it if You want to enjoy your evening.