The final show of Manhattan Theatre Club's 2014-15 season, Melissa Ross' new play starring Alicia Silverstone is about the fun and dysfunction of that thing we call family. More…
The three Stockton sisters are witty, brilliant, beautiful – and a total mess, thanks to the legacy of their complicated novelist father. In Melissa Ross’ new play, these women gather at their family home on Cape Cod for a summer weekend. Their reunion ignites passions, humor, and wildly unanticipated upheavals.
See it if you want to gawk at Silverstone. The script was truly awful. Nothing funny, insightful, or believable to be found. No strong acting, either
Don't see it if idiotic behavior drives you crazy. This play is chock-full of idiotic behavior. The word "Good" does not deserve to be in the title.
See it if You like romantic comedy or "chick flicks". It's a nice story with comedic and dramatic moments. Fully entertaining
Don't see it if You don't like chick flicks
See it if A sad and touching story. Its family issues should resonate with many.
Don't see it if You're not particularly interested in the joys and sorrows of upper-middle-class New York families.
See it if Youb are interested in family dramas. I liked Alicia's role of a spoiled female the least. Stereoytyped character.
Don't see it if You like smaller theaters with nice staging and personal shows