59E59 and MOTOR present Olivier-nominated playwright James Fritz's unflinching look at the myths of modern love, loosely inspired by the beloved fictional 'Friends' couple. More…
Look at all those couples out there. Which one will leave? Which one will run? Which one is cheating on the other? Which one will die first? Him. Him. Her. Him. 'Ross & Rachel' tells the mind-bending, heartbreaking story of what happens when a couple that was always meant to be together, gets together. And stays together. Molly Vevers reprises her Edinburgh Fringe 2015 performance in this disquieting duologue for one performer.
See it if You want to see an actress deliver a marvelous performance. It's interesting and short (less than an hour).
Don't see it if You prefer a cheerful show with more than one actor and an easy to follow narrative. This play was confusing at times and serious/intense.
See it if You enjoy plays performed by one actor who performs multiple roles. You enjoy plays that force you to figure out which character is speaking
Don't see it if You aren't in the mood to watch a confusing drama about serious illness and the pain it causes in many aspects for the ill and the partner.
See it if you remember Friends and want to know what happened to them 20 years later. An interesting look at relationships & what happens over time
Don't see it if you prefer straightforward drama. I loved the use of one actress to play both roles. Fascinating.
See it if you like intense small-theater experiences. A fairly powerful and sometimes disturbing show, very well acted.
Don't see it if you don't like one-woman shows, tiny theaters, or frank talk about marriage and death.
See it if a thoughtful, tender show about the difficult paths of love and relationships, intimacy and mortality,
Don't see it if you find one-person plays uncomfortable
See it if you enjoy an "alternative" theater experience which tells a story in an unusual way by numerous characters, all presented by one actor.
Don't see it if you need a full cast to tell you a story from many points of view; you can't follow a complicated story line which is presented quickly.