In this time travel comedy, Pam’s world is soon turned upside down when, instead of providing assistance with her printer, the tech support guy, “Chip,” offers her choices for different centuries More…
From the show:
Life has become too complicated for technophobe and antique book seller, Pamela Stark.
Pam’s world is soon turned upside down when, instead of providing assistance with her printer, the tech support guy, “Chip,” offers her choices for different centuries. In each era, this reluctant time-traveler saves lives as she is hurled from decade to decade. Pam’s emotional and witty journey finally ends with one last rescue—her own.
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.
See it if Is it a time-travelling romance? An epic sweep on American feminism? A satiric look at the encroachment of tech on our lives? Sort of.
Don't see it if You like solid, smart, original, well-constructed plays - this was not.
See it if a time travel rom com that is a bit superficial and fluffy but still entertaining
Don't see it if you don't want to suspend disbelieve about time travel and see a small, simple production
See it if You're in the mood for a fun and funny romcom about the modern world and a few worlds before it.
Don't see it if You don't like fanciful comedy.
See it if You want to see a cute and adorable story that shows how ridiculous technology is today. We get a nice comparison of life before technology
Don't see it if You are looking for a big production. This takes place in the small theater
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