Part of 59E59's 2018 'Brits Off Broadway' series, this world premiere drama is about how we choose to see things and live in a world riven with tension, anxiety, and division. More…
Sophie and Tom's relationship fell apart in the aftermath of a catastrophe. Four years later, as they come face to face once again, the aftershocks of that fateful day can still be felt.
See it if you want a plain Jane play that does not delve deep enough into the characters. Unemotional show about unfortunate incident.
Don't see it if If you want a play that could have been more. If you like a play that leaves you wanting. It is both confusing at times and very slow at oth
See it if You like 2 handers in which the subject matter is only revealed after a lot of dialogue. You are OK with no sets, it’s a bare stage.
Don't see it if You are looking for laughs. There is not a funny moment ! You don’t like plays that use heavily accented English. Lots of tense moments.
See it if you enjoy intense two-person drama with a slowly unraveling story which leaves you guessing about what actually happened until the end.
Don't see it if you only enjoy musicals, two-person drama with minimal staging (none) is not for you; you need a tidy plot line with no surprises.
See it if Estranged couple warily circling on a spare circular mat, wrestling with the aftermath of trauma, ultimately reacting in opposite directions
Don't see it if You have trouble with British accents You dislike a play that is largely an internal drama that unfolds through discourse rather than action
See it if you might like a 60-minute play that builds to slowly reveal about the characters and the reasons for encounter. The ending makes you think.
Don't see it if you prefer exposition to be revealed right away (takes some brain work to process play), you don't like intimate in-the-round seating
See it if you like well written, talky shows that make you think.Acting is very good.Back story is slowly revealed.Has important things to say.
Don't see it if you want a straightforward play.This show is thought provoking, well acted, well structured.It's a play that gets under your skin.Relevant.
See it if you're interested in witnessing the destroyed relationship of 2 survivors of a horrific bus crash, both coping differently with their PTSD
Don't see it if you cannot listen to even a vague recount of a (possible) drunk driving accident examining racial prejudice, detachment & guilt
See it if you enjoy great acting using a minimal set, and are OK with the whole show being 2 people face to face in a deep discussion
Don't see it if you expect an elaborate set, lots of movement and action. don't enjoy dark drama, don't enjoy politics being introduced
See it if You are interested in what two actors on a bare stage can create. Just two people reliving a past tragedy trying to make sense of it.
Don't see it if Almost seemed like an actor's studio exercise.
See it if for a one act, 2 person bare-staged play that is thought provoking, interesting and not immediately predictable.
Don't see it if don't like to listen to long dialogue. For a tight easily resolved play or If you don't like to leave theater thinking about what just saw.
See it if you find dialogue without action interesting. You get inside the heads of two different people who react & deal with a life-changing trauma.
Don't see it if you don't have the patience to listen to long dialogues with lots of tension and anxiety. Don't like shows that are spare with raw emotions.
See it if you appreciate the insidious building of intensity through pitch-perfect colloquial dialogue impeccably acted.
Don't see it if A Welsh accent is a problem for you or you require spectacle to be engaged. The set is minimal, which adds to its brilliance.
See it if you like timely and realistic shows that look at the world around us and hard decisions that people make.
Don't see it if you want something that serves as an escape from the current political climate.
See it if You like an element of suspense but don't mind being disappointed when your questions aren't answered.
Don't see it if You don't like confusing plays with a difficult to follow script
See it if you love 2-handers about current topics (survivors' guilt). Well-acted (esply Sophie). Dialogue mainly inane; goes nowhere (until crazy end)
Don't see it if you want coherent, well-expressed ideas. Tremors mostly held my attention (the actors), but gave no enlightenment. Left shaking my head.
See it if You like single conversation shows. It’s about survivor guilt basically, but the divergent ending feels misguided. 60 min felt like 80.
Don't see it if You don’t like single conversations shows or stories about dealing with guilt and pain.
See it if You want an intense play that keeps all its secrets until the end. You enjoy discussions of big issues w/some moral ambiguity.
Don't see it if You don't want to work out the relationships & plot on your own. You prefer light comedies. You don't like moral murkiness.
See it if Want a psychological drama, (almost thriller) as former couple explore their differing views on a past tragedy. Are ok w LOTS of plot twists
Don't see it if You want more than 2 actors circling each other on bare stage as you sit inches away. The ending is surprising and perhaps too much so.
See it if If you are looking for a rather circuitous two hander that slowly reveals itself to be about xenophobia and anti-islamic sentiment.
Don't see it if You want to see a cogent examination of anti-islamic sentiment.
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