See it if A Luddite-lite woman is offered options to time-transport in a fantastical romantic comedy. Accept the suspension-of-belief circumstances.
Don't see it if Tiny,cramped venue subverts the whimsy of expansive time-transport.Appealing actors remind that the tech world can't offer a lost simplicity
See it if you like cute shows about time travel.2 older actors were excellent;3 young ones weren't as good as they should have been. Amusing script
Don't see it if you want something with substance.It's 80 minutes, entertaining, and mildly interesting.
"TECH SUPPORT at 59E59 Theaters – A Unique Show that Entertains and Charms"
"Debra Whitfield's 'Tech Support' offers a clever idea in order to review feminism in the past century. Unfortunately, her rather superficial approach misses a great many opportunities. The romantic comedy aspect of the play is not entirely believable and works to the detriment of the play's serious."
"If 'Tech Support' rests on a preposterously thin premise, suspension of logic is possible when the writing is tight, inventive, and clever. Sadly, the script by Debra Whitfield (who also directs) boasts none of these qualities, and is instead clichéd, predictable, and heavy-handed."
"Throughout this endeavor, Ms. Whitfield piles one cliché atop another, fails to provide any satisfactory humor, and corrals actors into prolonged dance sequences...'Tech Support' - despite its well qualified and talented cast - barely rises above the rigorous and well-established standards for community theater."
"A mediocre time-traveling comedy…The goal: to satirize changing fashions, language, mores, and the onslaught of progress…Unlike Mark Twain's…'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court,' the playwright is unable to milk the comedy for meaningful laughs."