Ars Nova and WP Theater (Women’s Project Theater) present the world premiere of Rachel Bonds' play with music about twin sisters, featuring songs by Brooklyn indie-rock duo The Bengsons. More…
While navigating the unsettling waters of young adulthood, twin sisters return home to find their father in a moment of crisis. Under the cover of late-night, small-town shadows, sleep is elusive, connections are frayed, and the Southern summer heat presses in. An ethereal, honest, funny-sad show about seeing old faces with new eyes, and the liminal space between loss and letting go.
See it if You like SLOW dramas that don't have much to say with very uninteresting characters.
Don't see it if Didn't care about any characters & the story wanders aimlessly with no payoff. The musical numbers add nothing but minutes to the runtime
See it if You want to see a unique and intimate story. All of the actors were terrific. I loved the way that music was used in the story.
Don't see it if ...You like big production values. I thought the set was very clever and was all that was needed, but it is simple.
See it if You don't mind a play that hints at stories that never get resolved. This one explores relationships/loneliness and unrealized dreams.
Don't see it if You want action, story arcs, fast-paced drama. Don't like Southern summer nights w some folk music. I liked it by the end-it grew on me.
See it if You like slice of life drama's that don't resolve and have the patience of mathusala. Lovely ensemble acting, but the pace was painful.
Don't see it if You want conflict to resolve itself, appreciate reasonable pacing. You are expecting a traditional musical. The music was a "side note" ;-)
See it if you like exploration of character - meandering, roaming, interesting, more like an exercise than a play
Don't see it if you are looking for linear, play with a punch or a strong story
See it if you like, sweet, simple stories of family, people making it and not. The music is lovely and enhances the production.
Don't see it if you've had enough slices of life.
See it if you like simple stories, sweetly told. Great performances and smart design make it an interesting watch.
Don't see it if ultimately, it doesn't hold together well as drama. The narrative threads don't really hold together in the end, sadly.
See it if you like sensitive writing (Rachel Bond) and focus on relationships vs.plot. Strong cast, great directing...funny-sad songs by the Bengsons.
Don't see it if you want fluff or big production values. Intimate play in an intimate setting. Worth it just for the music.
See it if you don't mind a long, slow amble through a series of summer nights, in which nothing happens and everything happens and redemption happens.
Don't see it if You need a lot of plot, action or twists. This is a very low key work.
See it if you like strong character development, moving stories, great acting an meticulous directing.
Don't see it if you don't want to be moved.
See it if You like well written, thoughtful drama. This family story was moving and entertaining. The music was lovely. The acting was terrific.
Don't see it if You prefer lighthearted theater. You don't like family dramas.
See it if You enjoy true to life drama with interesting music incorporated into the play.
Don't see it if You need earphones when you go to the theater.Some of the dialogue is hard to hear.
See it if You yearn for theater that moves you, where actors live their roles and the border between theater and life dissolves in compassionate words
Don't see it if You want to sit back and be distant and observe theater as amusing or entertaining, but you don't want to be moved or touched or saddened.
See it if you like thoughtful dramas that meander a bit; or think about art and the meaning of life in dramatic form.
Don't see it if you are expecting the music to push the show forward.
See it if you like thought provoking shows that are about people more than any other kind of plot
Don't see it if you fall asleep easily in shows or don't like slow and quiet shows.
See it if you enjoy country/folk music and do not mind chestnutty plays
Don't see it if you hate chestnutty plays and need more sticking points for narrative and emotional development