"Rinse, Repeat" is a new play that conveys the painful truth about confronting a disorder that is often met with denial from both the patient and the people that love them. More…
Rachel hasn’t been home in four months. After fighting for her life at Renley, a trial weekend has been agreed upon. At first, Rachel couldn’t be happier to be reunited with her family. But what happens when the people you love most, the ones you believe want the best for you, are the ones causing the most damage without even knowing it? Where do you go when the place you feel you most belong might be the place that almost killed you in the first place? "Rinse, Repeat" sharply conveys the painful truth about a woman's fight for her life in the face of an eating disorder.
ADVISORIES: This play contains nudity. Recommended for ages 15 and up.
See it if the subject of eating disorders is so important to you that even a mediocre play on the subject would be worth seeing.
Don't see it if you’re looking for a play that has something crisp, acute or insightful to say about the continuing problem of eating disorders in the US.
See it if You are unfamiliar with eating disorders and the devastation they cause. Earnest and well meaning but too much by the numbers.
Don't see it if I was truly puzzled by the full frontal nudity. If we were meant to be aghast at her anorexia it didn't work. And rarely do anorexics purge
See it if You are into the topic of eating disorders and family drama. Actors are quite good and are wasting their talents here.
Don't see it if You have better things to do and are not interested in watching a talented group of actors in a show about eating disorders.
See it if you want to see a show by a young playwright who's obviously invested in the subject material
Don't see it if if you're triggered by eating disorders
See it if See it if your ok w/ family problem not always discussed, how we relate to food— eating disorders, good acting but know script needs work
Don't see it if If you want a happy musical
See it if Important subject matter, but a 'problem play' needs to be less about the 'problem' and more about the people.
Don't see it if Author starring in a play based on her life -- well fine, but needs more dramatlurgic development by an outsider to make it more than a vani