In this new Off-Broadway comedy, a small town's survival depends on producing a play in a week. One big problem: no playhouse. Another problem: no play. More…
Welcome to Popcorn Falls, a small American town whose only claim to fame – their namesake waterfall – has dried up. Now bankrupt, their last chance is a large grant that can only be used if the town produces a play in a week. Led by the Mayor and the local handyman, the enterprising townsfolk try to rise to the challenge and prove that art can save the world.
The production will be directed by two-time Tony winner Christian Borle in his New York directorial debut.
See it if you loved The 39 Steps. 2 actors play many male/female parts. "Come on, town, let's put on a show." I didn't laugh. All male prodn. Nice set
Don't see it if you want comedy to be intelligent. I found PF charmless. Constant movt. Women are stereotypes. Played broadly. Tired jokes. Obvious ending.
See it if Clever concept. Both actors do a great job at playing multiple roles.
Don't see it if You dislike 2 person shows where the actors play handfuls of characters. Simple staging w/ little costumes/props.
See it if A mayor and a handyman are forced to put on a show w/o any actors. Very clever circuitous plot. Inside all the bluster is a dramatic element
Don't see it if Not slapstick or vaudeville, just two game actors with good material. At a brief 75 min., there's room for more development.
See it if you like a heartwarming and upbeat story about 2 people who help save a small town. These two actors take over 24 roles very cleverly.
Don't see it if you like serious drama, sophisticated comedy or lavish sets.
See it if Well, you have to like farce, 2 people playing multi-characters (but these 2 are great) & clever premise that waits 'til end to be revealed
Don't see it if Scatalogical humor, broad comedy, goofy story, & purposely amateurish-style (wait, you'll see) turns you off. Skillful direction by Borle.
See it if Comedy reminiscent of Greater Tuna where two men play all the roles of the people in town – men, women, and children.
Don't see it if You want something serious or fully costumed and staged. You don’t find it funny when everything goes wildly out of hand.
See it if you like over the top silliness and physical humor and an involved implausible plot.
Don't see it if you're annoyed by broad humor that often misses the mark, and low production values.
See it if you like silly comedies, calamity, farce, or light entertainment. It's a small production, but well done.
Don't see it if you don't like two actors playing many characters or are looking for something more serious and relevant.
See it if You enjoy quirky funny plays and actors playing several parts quite well.
Don't see it if You prefer more serious and elaborate shows or do kot enjoy light comedies.
See it if I wish I had realized it was a 2 hander. It was fast paced, predictable but felt fulfilling nonetheless.
Don't see it if You dont want to watch constant motion, swinging doors. "A play full of sound and fury signifying nothing".
See it if you want to see two insanely talented actors breathlessly inhabit multiple characters with ease. This is useful as an acting master class.
Don't see it if you need more than a trite, bland save-the-town trope in your theater-going narrative. Borle’s direction is strong, but the material is not.
See it if A two man show playing multiple characters in the town of popcorn falls. Good acting , a silly fun time.
Don't see it if Do you not see if you prefer dramas or musicals.
See it if you want to see 2 very talented actors portray more than a dozen characters with seamless precision in a humorous and entertaining way.
Don't see it if you only enjoy shows performed in typical manner.
See it if you just want to have 75 minutes of light fun with two great actors and a great director making the very most of the material they have.
Don't see it if you only want to see shows that you might want to see again in the future. The script is not engaging enough to cause that.
See it if you're a big fan of "Greater Tuna"-type shows with actors playing multiple varied characters.
Don't see it if you're expecting something serious or need different actors in every part.
See it if You are looking for a rather wholesome play to bring the family to. Enjoy two-handers. You enjoy humor that pokes fun at show-biz types.
Don't see it if You have already hear all the variations of "let's put on a play" jokes. The show is made up largely of stock jokes about show-biz.
See it if adorable and feel good allegorical show with two AMAZING performers who bring to life the full panoply of a small town and all its wonders
Don't see it if you don't like mimicry and characterizations --as these two guys bring to life at least 12-16 characters and it is absolutely flawless.
See it if You want to see a small town parody. The two actors were way into it and talented. A cleaner version of South Park. Find the squirrel too!
Don't see it if You do not like parodies. You need multiple ensemble for voices.
See it if you like the nifty premise - how to save a dying town by putting on a show; you want to see two actors playing multiple characters
Don't see it if you want something profound; you expect a laugh a minute
See it if you like farces ala Greater Tuna and Murder for Two. Strong performances make the most of material and direction that's not up to the genre.
Don't see it if you want razor sharp wit and a creative production needed to make "two-hander" farce really pop. It's not bad, just falls short.