Amanda Seyfried makes her NYC stage debut at Second Stage in a world premiere by Neil LaBute, about a one night stand between two guests at a wedding. More…
Meet Beth and Doug: two people who have no problems getting dates with their partners of choice. What they do have, however, is the aftermath of one hot night together. Forced to question how much they really know about each other and how much they care about what other people think, the two face a very awkward encounter revolving around love, lust and the whole damn thing.
See it if You like shows about relationships that have both comedic and dramatic moments or if you're a fan of Niel Labute.
Don't see it if You don't like 2 person shows or are expecting much from it. The show is nice, at times its a bit slow, the twist was a bit of a let down
See it if If you like plays about messed up relationships. I used to like everything by Neil until I saw All the ways to say I love you.
Don't see it if you don't like Neil type plays. It about a messed up relationship. I love the topic, this was good not great.
See it if you're interested in contemporary plays & enjoy stories about complex family relationships.
Don't see it if you want something fast paced, don't enjoy the slow burn or discovery of the characters' pasts, or don't like tug-and-pull story telling.
See it if you like Neil LaBute shows or twenty-something "morning after" stories
Don't see it if you like shows that are dark and edgy or don't like romantic comedies