Irish Repertory Theatre presents a new dark comedy about a recluse in rural Ireland whose life is disrupted by a stranded stranger. More…
In the west of Ireland, a lonely outsider is forced to live on an abandoned campsite on the barren outskirts of a seaside town. Late one night, when a lost bachelorette party discovers his caravan, he finds his whole existence challenged and his home life threatened. During this long night of reckoning, among the glitter and the grime, a battle for survival ensues. But in these few hours can tender love save us all?
See it if Quirky well acted Irish drama but unable to sustain consistant tone Odd love story tries to emerge with clear McDonagh influence helping
Don't see it if Tends to veer wildly between the supernatural & overwraught Often feels overwritten Impressive work from leads but to no avail
See it if You like raunchy shows set in Ireland about infidelity, mentally challenged people, drugs,domestic violence
Don't see it if You don't want to see a barely dressed bride to be,her crude aunt,drinking,drugs,violent dark comedy with a lot of cursing and a blow up dol
See it if you are very patient. It's slow. Nothing really makes sense.
Don't see it if Want to see a show that is well written. It's not. It's slow and never makes any cohesive statement.
See it if Things get fun in the last 45 minutes when the 3rd and 4th characters arrive (drag makeup, fun music, dancing, blow-up doll)...
Don't see it if ...but the first hour is slow and quite boring with the 1st 2 characters talking endlessly, and needs a good 30 minutes of cuts.
See it if For the great set, staging & acting. Clash between crass Gen Xers and a sweet, simpleton wore thin quick. Main character's quirks got boring
Don't see it if Ur not amused by working class people being superficial, ignorant, drunk, volatile & vulgar.Stereotypes not redeemed by a few tender moments