St. Bart's Players presents the play based on Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel about a rebellious psychiatric ward patient who struggles against social conformity and the authority of a tyrannical nurse. More…
'One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest' follows criminal Randle McMurphy, who has gotten himself into trouble once again and been sentenced to hard labor. To escape the punishment, McMurphy pleads insanity and is sent to a ward for the mentally unstable. Once there, he locks horns with the oppressive Nurse Ratched, who abuses and degrades the inmates.
See it if You are or are not familiar with the novel and you want to see it performed. You want to see a recreation of a classic.
Don't see it if You are disturbed by folks being in a mental institution. You are not interested in this classic story. You need a faster paced story.
See it if You are interested in the story and want to support small theatre productions. A good job for what it was.
Don't see it if You want a fully professional cast and production. Acting was uneven, but the asylum inmates were quite good.
See it if very enjoyable version of a very well known book/movie; great job by all of the actors.
Don't see it if you are expecting the movie and the characters in it. They did a very nice job bringing the original book to lofe
See it if U liked the novel, play, or movie & want to relive this extrodinary story about one man's defiant challenge against tyrannical control.
Don't see it if U r bothered by psychiatric hospital themes or cringe at emotional & physical abuse of mentally challenged patients by corrupt authority.
See it if you liked the movie and want to experience it in a more intimate level. If you haven't seen the movie, see this first then the movie later.
Don't see it if you're not curious about the well acclaimed story from the book & movie of the same title. But if you'll see it, you may want to know more.
See it if Took my son who didn't know anything about it-he loved it. You won't be sorry it's only here for a few days it really is a must see
Don't see it if If you don't like classics....well stay home with Netflix.
See it if If you've seen the movie, & you'd like to see a theatrical version of the film. If you're a fan of good ensemble acting. You like it crazy!
Don't see it if If you have a problem seeing a scaled down version of the film. If you have problem with shock therapy or lobotomies. If crazy is not you!!
See it if If you enjoy psychiatric drama, intense and thought provoking, you enjoy off Broadway small theater,
Don't see it if You don't enjoy less professional theater, actors ranged in talent, but overall enjoyable
See it if You like shows that look unflinchingly at the dark parts of human nature and can find humanity in the midst of chaos and indifference.
Don't see it if You prefer upbeat shows with happy endings
See it if You enjoy a drama with and like the movie
Don't see it if You get annoyed easily by a loud main character...I think he could have taken it down a notch...loved the chief though!!
See it if You want to see a classic. The lead of the show has a commanding presence that drives the show. The minor characters shine throughout.
Don't see it if You need big stages or big musical numbers.
See it if You haven't seen the movie and want to know the main plot of the novel. This production meets this expectation.
Don't see it if You want a more profound production. I understand this is their first preview; they still need to speak their lines more fluently.