See it if you enjoy nostalgic shows about the universe and the past and human relationships.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy romantic narratives about long lost love and pain and disappointment.
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"A tantalizing revival...The Narrator morphs into each of the reuniongoers, and Mr. Barrish’s men are hilarious, each distinctly drawn. But Mr. Barrish’s women blur into a single dubious caricature, which intermittently shatters the play’s spell. There is enchantment here anyway, and a poignant longing to grab back squandered time."
"'The Pavilion,' a complexly-wrought work that stirs together lyrical musings about the universe with comic characterizations, all in service to the touching and bittersweet romance that lies at its core...The three performers mostly manage to avoid the potholes of pretentiousness and cheap shots, and, especially when the play focuses its eye on Peter and Kari as they fumble their way toward resolution, the universe smiles down on us all."
"'The Pavilion' very effectively explores the repercussions of a person’s past decisions and its lasting impact...This is a production which is powerful and impressive in the way the different elements of the production seamlessly blend together...Led by a narrator that provides a powerhouse performance, 'The Pavilion' boasts a cast of very talented actors, meticulous direction, and an enchanting atmosphere which all adds up to a splendid and profound evening of theater."