Harry Hamlin ("L.A. Law") and Stefanie Powers ("Hart to Hart") star in a drama about the aftereffects of a plane crash. More…
From the show:
One plane, two actors, and three intricately interwoven stories. Joshua Ravetch’s new play explores human connection brought on by tragedy in the aftermath of a plane crash that ripples across the lives of six characters.
Starring L.A. Law’s Harry Hamlin and Hart to Hart’s Stefanie Powers, The Los Angeles Times calls One November Yankee a “haunting and poetic” flight that “unfolds like theatrical origami.”
See it if Art piece begets a sibling adventure story that crashes into the next that crashes into the next.Six roles, 4 scenes, 3 plots, and 2 actors.
Don't see it if Disasters happen.Talented TVtwosome (one tussled on screen with Tallulah and one with Medusa) deserve a better engineered property than this
Also Title refers to an indicator tag. Plane wreck.
See it if Only to see these actors if you are a fan. I like 59E59 and try to attend many of their shows.This was not a winner.
Don't see it if Disjointed, awkward play. So contrived -words and topics were mentioned in each of the three scenes, but not subtly or interestingly...
See it if Powers and Hamlin do their best with a limited script to make this play entertaining; interested in seeing them on stage.
Don't see it if not much substance and can seem like a bad comedy show; the writing is poor, set is awkward; video between costume changes doesn't work.
See it if You want to see two incredible veteran actors in a very small space
Don't see it if You are looking for a big flashy Broadway type play. The set is interesting but it’s very black box style
See it if You want to see these stars. This is an interweaving tale with art references, the pain of loss, the randomness of life.
Don't see it if You are put off by the frequent pauses for costume changes, odd lighting, but she can still carry off those spike heels.
See it if You are a fan of either Harry Hamlin or Stefanie Powers. You really enjoy two handers.
Don't see it if You dislike pieces that rely a bit too much on fortunate coincidences. Are tired of the same old family-dynamics you've seen before.
See it if I was bored. Admittedly, I went to see Harry Hamlin and Stephanie Powers. They did not disappoint. But they were given little to work with.
Don't see it if You want plot, coherence, or meaning. If you’re going for the two stars, you’ll be satisfied, if not enthralled. But you could do worse.
See it if You’re a fan of Harry Hamlin and/or Stefanie Powers. The play is 80 minutes, 3 vignettes and it was nice to see these 2 performers.
Don't see it if You prefer profound dramas. This show is far from that. The two play brother and sister and it’s nice to see their interaction.
See it if you enjoy 2 seasoned actors play 3 roles each in an 80 min. show with some life evoking questions.
Don't see it if you do not like a show with just 2 actors and much dialogue.
See it if You wish to see a couple of television celebrities trying valiently to make something sensical out of this bad, bad script.
Don't see it if you expect to see a well-crafted dramedy, with dialogue that isn't too often cringe-worthy.
See it if You like Harry Hamlin and Stefanie Powers. The acting was fun with them.
Don't see it if You want a good story that will hold your attention.
See it if you're a fan of Harry Hamlin and/or Stefanie Powers and want to see them in three related tales involving siblings and a plane crash.
Don't see it if you want a more elaborate production with character arcs. This is 80 minutes, four scenes, one set, and two actors playing multiple parts.
See it if You are nostalgic to see two stars from the past, Harry Hamlin and Stephanie Powers, and don’t expect to see a profound and exciting play.
Don't see it if You expect a work of intelligence with good writing and acting. This is not that play. The plot is silly and uninteresting.
See it if Interested in how we relate, come together and handle difficulties in this author's view. Scenes tie together without becoming trite.
Don't see it if Looking for better than just decent (at least in my opinion). Hamlin, Powers so what. Play promotion may have set expectations too high.
See it if you're interested in seeing two veteran actors perform three different roles over four scenes as siblings as a result of a plane crash.
Don't see it if looking for more from a show than two actors and an airplane. While clever in how the show played out at only 80 minutes, it just felt slow.