See it if Story of holocaust to by family member. Good 1st act.
Don't see it if 2end act gets to convoluted.
See it if you have interest in family genealogy and wish you had asked questions while ancestors were still alive. Lighting and projections are good.
Don't see it if you do not like long productions - this feels like the play may never end with a couple false "ends" that reveal more of the story.
See it if you enjoy theater based on biographic material. The actors do a splendid job of doubling & tripling rolls in this complex layered story
Don't see it if Holocaust themes are distressing for you.
See it if you enjoy plays about the Holocaust & extended impact on surviving families, enjoy memory plays with narrator, open to new plot twists
Don't see it if You shy away from Holocaust stories, don't like self-indulgent stories that move in unexpected directions or exasperating characters
See it if you appreciate a powerful story based on letters of an ill fated family during the holocaust. Great acting and writing.Very poignant scenes.
Don't see it if you like happy stories or don't like plays dealing with the holocaust. Read more
See it if This play is base on true event about family during war.
Don't see it if Over 2 hours, and a little slow second act.
See it if You want to see a play about the holocaust.
Don't see it if You want a play that is coherent and says something.
See it if Important topic but needs a lot of editing.. however the acting was very strong!
Don't see it if If you want a lighted hearted play then this is not the one for you.
"A riveting dramatization of the lives of real people as preserved in their letters. It's the only way to hear their voices again as memory slips into history."
"The Lucky Star proves communication can be a great source comfort even in dire situations and it also pays tribute to the importance of tracing and learning about one's family history. See it while you can."