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The Net Will Appear

From 72 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Great acting, Delightful, Funny, Great writing

About the show

On the rooftops of suburban Ohio, a 9-year-old girl and a 70-year-old man strike up the most incredible friendship. Richard Masur stars in this comic and heartfelt drama. More…

Bernard just wants to sit on his roof to enjoy a drink and get some peace and quiet. When his 9-year-old new neighbor, Rory discovers him out there, peace and quiet are the last things on her mind. The story of two eccentric people and a most unlikely friendship.


Member Reviews (72)

MEMBERS SAY:

Entertaining, Great acting, Delightful, Funny, Great writing

23
Cliched, Annoying, Just awful

See it if You like Hallmark movie material and enjoy listening to a screechy obnoxiously precocious child for 75 minutes.

Don't see it if The premise is the same old-crochety old man charmed by young child garbage. Humor is so bad I couldn't believe anyone was laughing.

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45
Cliched, Insincere

See it if you don't mind characters who don't ring true but rather buy into cuteness;

Don't see it if you expect something more than an exercise abut a simplistic premise


December 15th, 2018
“You will want to see this charming intergenerational two hander. It's a play that tugs at your heartstrings and also makes you smile...This unexpected friendship between two very different individuals is truly inspiring...The acting couldn't be better...The actors master Cirnigliaro's wonderfull...
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December 17th, 2018
"This is one of those opposites-attract two-handers in which two people meet and instantly irritate each other, then gradually open up and form an unshakeable bond. Since this is the only possible plot trajectory, suspense is impossible; one's enjoyment hinges on becoming engaged with the charact...
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December 12th, 2018
"Comically and touchingly demonstrated...What surprises most is how empathetic we grow to both characters. While the setup covers territory we've seen before, the playwright wins us over by feeding us information...in bits and pieces, allowing each to show their authenticity and vulnerability...T...
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December 14th, 2018
"Gradually, as the course of a year passes, we learn about the characters' trouble-filled off-stage lives: Rory is coping with being part of a broken family; Bernard suffered loss early in life, and his wife now has medical issues. The growing friendship between the two opposites is obviously mea...
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