MCC Theater presents a bittersweet comedy about four dysfunctional not-so-young adults. Written by and starring Matthew Perry of 'Friends' fame. More…
An alcoholic, an escort, a self-diagnosed neurotic, and a well-intentioned dimwit walk into a bar...Meet Jack, Stephanie, Joseph, and Stevie: four lost souls entering their forties and searching for meaning. Broken and deeply flawed, they find their lives irreversibly entwined no matter how hard they try to break free of one another. Also starring Jennifer Morrison ('Once Upon a Time,' 'House').
See it if had VERY low expectations, so enjoyed it more. Perry's personal therapy session. The other actors were solid!
Don't see it if You want a really well done play. Feels sitcom-y. Jokes are set up. Wants to be deep, but isn't.
See it if Perry & Morrison one dimensional as leads but Kim & Dunn-Baker (stage pros) enliven the sub plot about real commitment but to no avail
Don't see it if Dark, serious subject matter - alcoholism & high-end prostitution -treated in facile, glib sit-com manner and the jokes are stale too boot!
See it if Great for TV aficionados, All four cast members do the job. Interesting look at alcohol and commitment problems.
Don't see it if You cannot relate to people who are narrowly focused
See it if you are interested in a sitcom under the guise of a play; there is some good acting.
Don't see it if The play is heavy handed and the relationships are not believable. Matthew Perry's acting is questionable and tedious. No heart.
See it if you are a Matthew Perry fan, and enjoy straight forward plots about dysfunctional childhoods and addictions.
Don't see it if you disapprove of public displays of poor behavior, and alcoholics. You do not like raunchy situations and foul language.
See it if you want to see Perry up close & personal, in a show that is clearly a labor of love. The plot & his performance are only ok but heartfelt.
Don't see it if you're expecting Perry's performance to be of the same caliber as the rest of the cast, or you're expecting any new insights into addiction.
See it if you want to see a somewhat funny play starring Matthew Perry, you like stories about alcoholism and couples trying to work things out.
Don't see it if a personal project by Matthew Perry based on his own alcoholic past is too indulgent for you. Decent effort & intention, but poorly written.
See it if you love Matthew Perry.His performance was weak, and his writing even weaker.The play was predictable, cliched, & badly acted by 3/4 of cast
Don't see it if you are looking for a tight, well written play.This is just a ho-hum play very badly acted.Only 1 character was believable.
See it if Not especially well written or acted. See it if you like Matthew Perry even if he is a lost alcoholic in the play.
Don't see it if If you expect to see a well constructed drama.
See it if you want to see a semi-autobiographical play about an alcoholic & how it affects his life and his friends, based on Mathew Perry's situation
Don't see it if you don't like plays with heavy cursing and about the destructive nature of alcoholics and the affect it has on their lives and friend's.
See it if A decent show, formulated like a sitcom (with pauses so you know when to laugh, and rather surface-y) with a strong supportive cast.
Don't see it if You expect Chandler Bing; you expect a play that delves into addiction to say something profound and personal.
See it if You want to see Mathew Perry. A play about addiction, friendships and relationships, one plausible, one highly unlikely.
Don't see it if You expect to see Chandler Bing. Perry is the weakest of the actors.
See it if You have absolutely nothing else to do. Good performances here, but nothing to pull you away from spectacular performances elsewhere.You
Don't see it if You want to see "Chandler". It's kind of sad to watch. I wanted it to be so much more than it was, and there is far better out there.
See it if If you like Matthew Perry's portrayal of Oscar Madison, racheted up to a pathetic bully. You like stories about disfunctional and desperate
Don't see it if people. If you are looking for Chandler Bing. Matthew Perry need more rehearsal and more stage experience.
See it if like Matthew Perry; the cast is very good. The play is a humorous look at relationships and addiction. It moves quickly.
Don't see it if don't want to see another show about alcoholism, although it's a unique take.
See it if you are a fan of Matthew Perry, if you enjoy a tale of dysfunctional romance or if you just enjoy an entertaining night of dramedy.
Don't see it if you dislike dysfunctional romantic dramedies, or are looking for a transformative play. This play is for entertainment purposes only.
See it if A fan of Friends TV show and a chance to see Matthew Perry on stage in a play he wrote.
Don't see it if The use of foul language and drunkenness is not you type of entertainment.