Route 66 Theatre Company & Bella Vita Entertainment present a drama about the grieving process and the unexpected consequences it can bring. More…
Nolan and Rebecca have moved on since their divorce—she to a new husband and he to a series of failed relationships. However, when a tragedy brings them back together, they're forced to navigate a web of grief and guilt that leads to tears, laughter, and, ultimately, hope.
See it if Enjoy stories of dysfunctional families played out with dialogue.that doesn't quite land especially the funnier lines. Decent acting.
Don't see it if Have to catch a rerun of ......anything.
See it if You've been questioning marriage/want to see adults struggle with their relationships.
Don't see it if You want to see genuine acting - it was a little manufactured.
See it if You want to see a divorced couple and the ex-wife's new husband struggle to deal with a family tragedy.
Don't see it if It would pain you to watch a divorced couple attempt to deal with the suicide of their (mentally ill?) adult child, plus marital infidelity.
See it if You have a high boredom threshold, since the first half was excruciatingly slow and tedious.
Don't see it if You have a low boredom threshold, since the first half was excruciatingly slow and tedious.
See it if This three-character drama is original; it's a show without fireworks but keeps you interested
Don't see it if You need more excitement on stage; this can be slow in part
See it if If you want to see a couple with unresolved issues get together after a long time and fall on the same old sad routine with no maturing
Don't see it if you think you will hear a great tragedy unearth buried feelings & brings people closer. This has insultingly little to do with the tragedy
See it if It's an interesting subject and Tovar is giving a good performance. Parents who have lost children might feel connected to the material.
Don't see it if I was interested in what was happening most of the time but It didn't leave an impact, good or bad.
See it if you've never lost a child. you might be able to ignore the emotionless performances.
Don't see it if you'd like to see a bit more realism incorporated into an extremely sad storyline.
See it if You enjoy plays that confront loss, indecision and relationships without challenging the viewer with new ideas.
Don't see it if You seek well-written dialogue or hope to gain a fresh perspective on how grief and loss can affect families.
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