Amios presents this world premiere comic drama about a married couple's adventures in non-monogamy. More…
In 'The Loneliest Number,' a couple attempts to revive their struggling marriage by taking on a new “third” every month. As these partners and side-partners become wound into each other’s lives, personalities collide and relationships disintegrate, calling into question whether any connection can really be casual. The production marks the directorial debut of Tony Award nominee Maria Dizzia ('In The Next Room,' 'Orange is the New Black.')
See it if The main couple has problems they are not really facing. They think by getting a different person each month to sleep with things be ok.
Don't see it if It deal with illness, and if you think you are going to see hot, sexy sex. You are not.
See it if You want to see accomplished actors work through a complex relationship.
Don't see it if You expect something more out of the ordinary twists and turns over polyamory
See it if You want a Pseudo drama with no point. comes from nowhere goes nowhere
Don't see it if You want to be entertained or if you want a show with a point
See it if You like plays about relationships and the intricacies I’d open marriages/threesomes. Great acting and very supportive ensemble piece.
Don't see it if You don’t like domestic dramas or topics of non conventional relationships.
See it if You're young or inexperienced and curious about alternative ideas about relationships, marriage and morality, and enjoy off-off theaters
Don't see it if You're sophisticated, have recently seen Edward Albee's brilliant At HomeAt The Zoo, don't like emerging theaters and guess plots easily
See it if you're in the mood for a play about romantic relationships that are not totally conventional
Don't see it if you don't have patience for a story about characters fumbling their way through sometimes-dramatic circumstances
See it if You're interested in seeing a play about the inevitable ups and downs, and the solutions people go to, to try and make relationships work.
Don't see it if You're looking for a show that discusses polyamorous relationships or threesomes. The show is much more about relationships in general
See it if you’ve ever wondered what being in a non-monagomous relationship might be like. It’s not raunchy and the acting is great. It’s honest.
Don't see it if You want a big and flashy show or nudity. This real show will make you laugh, think, and you’ll learn about the effects of non-monogamy.
See it if You want your notions of relationships challenged and enjoy smart and original writing.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of stories about unconventional relationships.
See it if you want to see theater revolving around polyamory, with a story that's both funny and poignant, if a little unrelatable
Don't see it if you want shows with clear cut and unblemished protagonists.
See it if You are interested in a well-acted four actor play concerning an open marriage, that also touches upon a range of other issues.
Don't see it if You're looking for a "big" production. The stage is an angled box, set within a cavernous hall. There are about 50 seats for the audience.
See it if I enjoyed this show thoroughly. The acting was very good. It was very thought provoking. Funny at times, but serious too. Enjoy.
Don't see it if No reason not to see it.
See it if You’re smart, you understand the complexities, humors, and sadness of monogamy. L Vieh is a playwright we will read about for years to come!
Don't see it if You can’t keep up with very witty, quick humor.
See it if you enjoy small theater shows, small cast and minimal set. The plot of the play is a romantic drama with some comedy thrown in.
Don't see it if you don't like small theaters, or minimal sets and cast. Don't see if you can't go without an intermission. (there is no intermission)
See it if you like a show that is slow moving, starts with one theme and then completely changes that them. About threesomes, goes off in a very serio
Don't see it if If you like a strong story that stays on a solid point and doesn't delve. The show starts out with one plot, goes to another and does not bl
See it if You are interested in seeing a play about a couple and their way of dealing with their relationship.
Don't see it if You are not interested in a play that deals with relationships.
See it if you don't mind a slow moving show, one that doesn't really get to the main subject Instead, it goes off with sub plots
Don't see it if you want a fast paced show instead of a slow paced 90 minutes.
See it if You like supporting small off off broadway theaters with ambitious goals. Story tries to be provocative. Creative use of a difficult space
Don't see it if You expect the theme of polyamory to remain top of mind-it deviates into Lifetime movie of the week half way. Acting and writing are uneven
See it if you like to support small theatre companies. Cast worked hard with a less than fully developed story; still should be workshoped.
Don't see it if you are impatient w/ a work in progress & don't like a bare bones production w/ a less than refined cast. Title not tied to true story line.
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