Theater Breaking Through Barriers presents A.R. Gurney's theatrical meta-comedy about the intersection between real life and life on stage. More…
Peggy has redecorated the living room and her husband, Roger, can't stand it. Peggy's usual exquisite taste has been overcome by a mysterious lapse which caused her to redo the room as if it were a stage set. Everything faces one wall, 'The Fourth Wall,' and everyone who enters the room begins to behave as if they were acting in a play. Troubled by this odd behavior, Roger calls in the local theatre professor in the hopes that he can "doctor" Peggy's “play,” break 'The Fourth Wall,' and bring the madness to a close.
See it if you likeplays that puts it together somewhat at the end and makes you thinkof whats meaningful in a relationship. Nice inclusion of disabled
Don't see it if you don't like a too obvious comparison of GW Bush times to Trump times.. Totally cliched portrayal of how to have a political impact.
See it if You're up for an intriguing concept that makes you debate the extremely relevant question of how much we owe society vs ourselves.
Don't see it if You want the intriguing concept to completely stick the landing. It's good but doesn't quite do that.
See it if light parody of upper mid class life & worries. Nice singing &piano. Ponder if one can break through, be heard, make a difference politicall
Don't see it if don't like play making fun of & giving comic critiques of itself. Elegant sharp set. Intimate theater space. Great acting. Social political
See it if You are looking for a thought provoking, symbolic show that you will continue to analyze days after you have seen it.
Don't see it if You want a no brainer that doesn’t challenge you to think outside the box