This drama explores notions of love and interpersonal connection as a couple looks into the lives of their new home's previous tenants. More…
The word "sonder" encapsulates the idea that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own. In Dan Moldovan's drama, a couple moves into 14 Haven Street to begin a new chapter on the same page where previous tenants Mark and Sam left off. The newbies dig deep to learn about Mark and Sam and, along the way, discover what's actually important.
See it if you favor shows that foster positive messages about "gay" people and human interrelationships in general.
Don't see it if you dislike excessive sentimentality and superficial character analysis.
See it if you want to see a play where gay and heterosexual couples are accepted equally for being wonderful, happy, healthy and loving people.
Don't see it if you resent seeing the same theme over and over.
See it if interested in seeing the parallels between new tenants and the previous ones inhabiting the same space
Don't see it if you are looking for a profound experience; too cutesy to be that.
See it if You want to be disappointed by the end of the story. Starts off good but quickly goes downhill.
Don't see it if Bad story, bad acting will piss you off.