Red Horse Productions presents a dark comedy set in a dystopian society where only the clever survive. More…
In 'Ring Twice for Miranda,' a man known only as Sir rules with a vengeance, but Miranda, a chambermaid, adds intrigue to his life. When Elliot, the butler, is fired, Miranda flees with him into the frightening streets. What will become of them in this challenging world?
See it if You want to be confused by an aimless piece that I'm guessing is supposed to be clever because rather than an arc it goes in a circle. Blah!
Don't see it if You have anything else worth doing. The set is interesting. They made pretty good use of the space.
See it if If you like to see a show where the characters are uninteresting, the storyline is confusing, boring and stupid.
Don't see it if You like a show that has an interesting plot, characters that have decent dialogue and you actually want to stay awake.
See it if you enjoy a show which mixes it's genres: comedy, drama, serious, silly, decent acting, overacting.
Don't see it if You like a show which is coherent and knows where it is going.
See it if You'd find a metaphorical and political play interesting. The characters portray various social groups but don't quite hit the mark.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy absurdist or surrealistic drama.
See it if Interesting concept, slow at times. This in fact may be a glimpse of our future in light of the direction which we are presently headed.
Don't see it if If you enjoy only musicals and crystal clear non ambiguous plays.
See it if you have nothing to do and you don't mind a play that is a little too long, with some bad acting, that is poorly written.
Don't see it if you want to see a good or fairly good play.
See it if This was another picture of a distopian post-apocalyptic near future.
Don't see it if It was confusing as to who all these people were and how they came to their power or lack thereof.
See it if you are interested in a unique and unpredictable show that is well acted and well written
Don't see it if you are not interested in shows dealing with doomsday scenarios and/or shows that are not necessarily happy and light
See it if Existentially inclined. Shades of Beckett, Sartre, Ionesco. Very strong lead. Interesting, efficient staging. Downtown show in midtown venue
Don't see it if Playwright pads running time with supporting characters chatter. Expensive retail ticket.
See it if You want to see another will acted show, that remains a bit confusing all the way through
Don't see it if You want to see something more real, more familiar or are into plays that don't leave you with many questions
See it if slow-moving play is hard to follow, at the end it becomes apparent protagonists are provisional; excellent acting by Kleiger & Merrick.
Don't see it if you only like well written plays; great acting alone will not satisfy you.
See it if you like dramas about people stuck in futuristic dystopian societies and enjoy tracking shifting power plays among the characters
Don't see it if paper thin characterizations or plots that strain believability drive you up the wall. Also inconsistent tone shifts...
See it if You would like to see a story happened in a non-traditional setting, namely a dystopian society where there are mostly fears and thrillers.
Don't see it if You want everything to make sense. Some plotlines are confusing, the story itself needs more development. But I like Katie's singing!
See it if You like aggressive overacting and a play that tries really hard to be both funny and meaningful and fails at both.
Don't see it if Want a plot that isn't purposefully enigmatic in a way that doesn't enhance anything.
See it if you like Alan Hruska other works which are better then this one. There are a few moments and the 2nd half is better than the 1st
Don't see it if if you have a problem with choppy dialogue and confusing story matter.
See it if A interesting play about how middle class jobs are disposable. Sadly a near reality if we don't get our politics in check.
Don't see it if If your a tea party Republican and believe that the middle class, service providers and the arts do not bring value in to to our lives.