Notes to Wherever
Closed 1h 30m
Notes to Wherever

Notes to Wherever NYC Reviews and Tickets

(6 Ratings)
Members say
Romantic, Slow, Delightful, Absorbing, Indulgent

About the Show

After the death of her husband of forty years, a woman continues to share her life with him through notes - until on this night, in a gesture of letting go, she decides to read them aloud.

Read more Show less

Show-Score Member Reviews (6)

Sort by:
  • Default
  • Standing in our community
  • Highest first
  • Lowest first
  • Newest first
  • Oldest first
  • Only positive
  • Only negative
  • Only mixed
53 Reviews | 11 Followers
Absorbing, Enchanting, Entertaining, Relevant

See it if you want to be taken on a heartwarming journey. A beautiful love story that covers decades.

Don't see it if you're not a fan of solo-show. Read more

440 Reviews | 89 Followers
Absorbing, Enchanting, Great writing, Delightful, Masterful

See it if A heartfelt autobiographical written and performed by Judy Frank. 90 min of a beautiful solo of love,loss and theater history.See it ASAP!

Don't see it if Do not see if you are not moved by a beautifully written and performed solo.

431 Reviews | 129 Followers
A love story, nicely told, Charming and dear, Quiet, simple, heartfelt

See it if Would find a long-time actor reading "letters" she wrote to her late husband after he's passed a tender and fulfilling night at theater.

Don't see it if Don't like solo/epistolary plays, want action, don't want a mature woman revisiting her lovely romance w her husband thru memory & anecdote. Read more

75 Reviews | 6 Followers
Slow, Romantic, Entertaining, Fluffy, Delightful

See it if you like sentimental material concerning a death of a loved one. In a world of strife and intolerance, this is a refuge from that world.

Don't see it if you are looking for exceptional acting since this entire play is about a widow reading letters from a deceased husband.

303 Reviews | 98 Followers
Cliched, Indulgent, Romantic, Slow, Well intentioned

See it if You have time to indulge an actress to reminisce about her late husband as she reads a letter to him for 90 minutes

Don't see it if You expect action or sets or verbal variety , this is laconic and static Read more

760 Reviews | 242 Followers
Romantic, Slow, Warm, Boring, Indulgent

See it if Widow recites letters she has written to her deceased husband, about her grieving, her travels, mutual friends, & future plans. Warmhearted.

Don't see it if JF literally reads everyday thoughts from printed notes. Essentially her diary. Grieving process goes as expected. Touching but prosaic.

Critic Reviews (3)

Theatre is Easy
December 17th, 2018

"Markey’s staging is simple, letting Frank move through her home in a comfortable but stagnant way. Moments, especially near the end of the piece, are very well crafted and full of emotional complexity. The letters are extraordinarily well-written but lengthy, causing Frank to rely heavily on her props, more often than not reading directly from the letter itself. This makes the piece quite difficult to engage with, but Frank’s subtle literary wit repeatedly captures our attention."
Read more

Front Row Center
December 18th, 2018

“A melancholy meditation on loss...A loving and dignified homage to Frank’s late husband...Dignity, though, is not theatricality and Frank falls prey to her own prose...The largest problem is...hinted at in the title. By ‘notes’, Frank actually means sheaths...from which she reads nearly every word...Distancing us from her emotions...Markey stages the work with precision...One just wishes that she could have helped Frank build some tension...But instead, all is calm, all is quiet.”
Read more

On Stage Blog
December 20th, 2018

"There is no grand spectacle, no dramatic declarations, not even any other characters, just her and her letters to her husband. This is theatre at its most honest and it was truly beautiful to see. Frank transitioned between stories seamlessly and never lingered on the somber moments any longer than necessary...A wonderful show for anyone who has struggled with loss...It warmed my heart all the way through."
Read more