See it if You know someone in the cast or crew and want to be supportive.
Don't see it if You want more than an occasional spark of decent acting from an otherwise dull, drudge filled two plus hours of millennial melodrama.
See it if Emotionally damaged young people seek refuge in a house that is haunted by past trauma. Relationship fireworks lead to self searching.
Don't see it if You are uninterested in flailing 20-somethings. One character was stereotypical comic relief.
"Squawking slackers in the compelling world premiere 'THE WILD PARROTS OF CAMPBELL' from NOW Collective at Cherry Lane Studio Theatre"
"There is a hint of Sam Shepard in Alex Riad's well-acted play, which focuses on the troublesome post-teen, pre-adult years for a group of slackers and lost souls."
"Hall gives a detailed rendering of Jack. Watch as he approaches Amanda from behind, unwilling to startle her, so he slightly dips his body to come into her field of vision. And he excels in that hoary standby, the drunken monologue."