Set in 1943, this drama concerns two sisters who infiltrate an underground bar that caters to jazz-loving Nazis finding an escape in the music they are meant to forbid. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity.Read more Show less
See it if You like shows that are a bit outside the box-a bit all over the place, but come together to ultimately tell a smart riveting WW2 drama.
Don't see it if If you don’t like shows done on a shoestring. I appreciate them but you do have to be able to fill in a lot with your imagination.
See it if About two young women dealing with WW II.
Don't see it if If not interest in time period. Read more
See it if you are interested in innovative scripts, inventive staging, or in looking at a unique act of resistance to the crimes of the 3rd Reich.
Don't see it if you want a traditional play, or have no stomach for hearing about Nazi atrocities.
See it if YOU WANT TO REFLECT ABOUT WW 2 IN EUROPE. THE TWO WOMEN WERE GREAT.. THE BAND WAS PART OF THE SHOW. NICE LIGHTING EFFECTS INTIMATE SETTING
Don't see it if IT IS A WINNER ....SORRY
See it if You're up for good costumes holding up a too-long script made indecipherable by an inaudible cast. Plot and character points lost upstage.
Don't see it if You're expecting clear plot, actors projecting or some idea of Amsterdam, 1943 or the Resistance in WW II. Read more
See it if You like being bored. You're obsessed with the very small resistance against the Nazis.
Don't see it if You have something better to do.
See it if you enjoy a slow evening and actresses difficult to hear. Idea seemed good execution not great.
Don't see it if you enjoy a strong story, direction and a show worth your time. Definitely a festival show - there are better. Read more
See it if If you support off off Broadway and working actors
Don't see it if If you prefer air-conditioning and accoustics; setting a play in 1943 and mentioning Kristal night does not qualify for based on true events
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