Manhattan Theatre Club presents the world premiere of Penelope Skinner's exploration of our need for free will and connection, even in a world on the brink of extinction. More…
Sometime in the future, spouses Dolores and Silver (TV star Tim Daly) are living their lives within the constraints of a new world order. In an act of what seems like generosity, Dolores secretly opens their home to a stranger in need, but will she come to regret it? Can her actions have an impact or is it just too late?
See it if You like Tim Daly, wonderful set design by Neil Patel, you don't mind predictable futuristic theme suggesting future environmental disaster.
Don't see it if You don't mind use of phoney British accents to mask bad writing and stilted acting, non PC themes. You need more than a beautiful set.
See it if You like futuristic theatre. The actors. need to settle into their roles a bit more. Tim Daly looks fantastic and has GREAT shoes in this.
Don't see it if Want a plot that makes sense. Poison Milk for cats that somehow sneak into the apt., letting a total stranger live with you. Confusing.
See it if you're addicted to the trend of dystopian plots with plenty of drama, but are not expecting to see an articulate point of view.
Don't see it if you're craving something adventurous or if you're looking for a drama to leave you hanging onto the edge of your seat. This is not that play
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