See it if Some fun campy scenes by the attractive but devious sisters and the spirit medium. Good songs.
Don't see it if Holy hormones Batman! So silly it was like a cartoon. Dull anti-capitalist sentiment. Pseudo-scientific paranormal drivel. Awful dialog.
See it if a superficial treatment of gender & class issues makes you feel superior for being able to chuckle off obviously simplistic arguments
Don't see it if you recognize a straw man fallacy when you see one
"A tricky piece of work, living somewhere between black and romantic comedy...The strength of the play lies in the biological science that it begins to examine...The playwright has a wonderful facility with Poe's work...This work has merit, but perhaps in another incarnation the playwright might strive to create more compassion for the characters...Smooth direction and excellent set design helped us digest the evening's more sombre overtones with relish and delight."
“A delightful production...While the finer points of the story are dubious, the show is beautiful, engaging, and strange...Gael crafts an intriguing story and impeccable dialogue, however, most of the play is exposition...I rather enjoyed the story and the performance, yet I find a bizarre irony in the fact that a story about two very strong female characters surrounded by subpar characters is told from the perspective of a two-dimensional male character.”
"The medium (Laura Johnston), an intriguing mixture of fringe occult with pragmatism, is a hoot...The songs are lovely. Director Katie McHugh had fun with the silences, with actors who open their eyes wide with surprise, go into violent spasms of spiritual possession, or cross their legs in unison. The pace was lively, the segues between direct address and perky dialogue were seamless. But the casting was curious and uneven, a disappointment in New York with its large pool of talent."