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New York | 1h 40m | Ends Dec 16

The Baby Monitor

From 13 member reviews
Members say: Absorbing, Relevant, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Great writing

About the show

A new play exploring same-sex parenting and family values in today’s America.


Tolerance Is Not Acceptance. When Claire’s concerns over the welfare of her two-year-old cousin are dangerously validated, she begins to question the family's principles and ability to parent. 

“The Baby Monitor” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

Absorbing, Exquisite, Great acting, Masterful, Great writing

See it if You like plays inspired by real fears and honesty. This could and does happen.,

Don't see it if You are not ready to change.

Absorbing, Great acting, Relevant, Resonant, Great writing

See it if you want to challenge your perception of what it means to be progressive and want to experience a smart, raw, theatrical experience.

Don't see it if you see things black and white and wish to keep it that way.

Also for those that think the plot is not realistic, it is based on a true ... Read more Read less

Clever, Relevant, Great writing

See it if The cast does a fine job in this play which is the star of the show. With some editing & character/story development, this has potential.

Don't see it if I think this play should have two acts and it wouldn't hurt to add more stage time to develop the story and characters. A MUST SEE!

Absorbing, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Intelligent writing

See it if This relevant contemporary drama will leave you talking about what constitutes appropriate parenting and what acceptance of LGBTQ means.

Don't see it if You are opposed to LGBTQ families. You believe LGBTQ is only about sexual acts.

Also LGBTQ family constellations are not fully accepted and may be regarded... Read more Read less

Thought-provoking, Relevant, Resonant

See it if You are interested in gay parenting and child abuse issues

Don't see it if You are not interested in gay parenting and child abuse issues

Also As someone who has been a caseworker in family court there is nothing ... Read more Read less

Great acting, Intelligent, Thought-provoking, Relevant

See it if strong acting with a relevant story about parenting in the LGBTQ community.

Don't see it if you prefer musicals or lighter productions. This is an important story and will open your mind.

Absorbing, Intelligent, Relevant

See it if You are interested in same sex marriages and parenting and their rights

Don't see it if You can't accept the differences in family structures, are homophobic. Also, if you need to see a play with an elaborate set design.

Also Very timely play. The practically non existent set design did not detr... Read more Read less

Absorbing, Great acting, Intelligent, Great staging

See it if well acted play about contemporary issues relating to the LGBT community...very engaging.

Don't see it if you don't like family or LGBT dramas.

Ambitious, Thought-provoking, Well acted, Long, Unconvincing plot

See it if you like family dramas.TBM deals w homophobia, race, infertility, immigrn, wealth gap. Chars are uneven, as is the tone. Stakes get too high

Don't see it if you want a believable plot. But portrayal of deep-seated anti-gay prejud is well presented, then rejected. Loving cousin can be a monster.


See it if You want to see a modern day, small play, heavy on the drama.

Don't see it if You want a play less about now. And more balanced script, acting, direction.

Also The characters spend a lot of time taking about the past and character... Read more Read less

Ambitious, Disappointing

See it if You would to see a small play ripped from the headlines.

Don't see it if You want a finished, polished production.

Also The play has an interesting plot, but I fear it never amounts to more ... Read more Read less

Absorbing, Profound, Resonant

See it if if you relish profound plays - exposing the dark under-belly of our prejudices that we don't want to have. Great story, script, acting

Don't see it if if you don't want to deal with unconscious prejudice against LGBT life that many harbor, even LGBT people themselves

Funny, Ambitious, Clever, Delightful, Edgy

See it if you love a very well written play, brought to live by amazing actors

Don't see it if you don't like art

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