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 you want an intimate night of theatre. Small space - can really feel the emotions of the actors. Hard subject to tackle, but well done.
Don't see it if do not want to deal with the subject of suicide or have a troubled relationship with your children. The beginning was a little slow.
See it if you want an all around great show and can find some humor in tragedy. The male lead actors are perfectly casted. The writing was very real.
Don't see it if you're expecting a big stage production, they make great use of the small space.
See it if 59E59 definitely never dissappoints. Stellar cast, a crisply written moving script. Tovar was so effective and steals the show.
Don't see it if If you prefer straight up drama. But I don't see any reasonnot see this.
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.
See it if you have been divorced and can relate to certain situations, fantastic acting and minimal set design but one understands the different scene
Don't see it if you don't like heavy drama, looking for a lot of comic situations
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