Joy Gallagher, a professor of philosophy and physics, comes to terms with the certain death of her mother. A play about time, space, memory…and the tangle of life. More…
Joy has spent her life pursuing ways to explain space and time. But her theories haven’t prepared her for a heart-rending reality: illness has transformed her glamorous, quick-witted mother, George, into a woman she doesn’t recognize….and who cannot recognize Joy. Struggling with the pressures of career, caregiving, and impending loss, Joy hires Anna, a hospice nurse, to help. But as George develops a unique bond with Anna, Joy feels her mother slipping even further away. When time and space start to work against her, can Joy keep everything from unraveling?
See it if interesting storytelling though it needs work. Entertaining enough.
Don't see it if The main character is excruciating to watch. Stilted acting and no chemistry with any other actors. Even wardrobe for her was too severe.
See it if You are interested in stories about coping w/ aging parents or dementia.Quick 75min play. The woman playing the older mother was great!
Don't see it if The play has potential but the acting was very uneven. Someone is miscast and it unfortunately took away from the show.
See it if you want to see a smart but familiar story of a mother & daughter dealing with the strains of their relationship & end-of-life care.
Don't see it if you expect anything profound or original on the subject of shared memories, dementia, terminal illness, aging or familial relationships.
See it if Watch, learn and plan for the day when memory loss happens to someone close. Good theatre can be educational for both parent and child.
Don't see it if You aren’t prepared to deal with an inevitable issue and realistically portrayed situations that may happen.
See it if you're interested in plays about real life issues such as family, aging, and illness. Interesting portrayal of mother daughter relationship.
Don't see it if aging or dementia is too close to home for you and might trigger you, you are looking for a fun show.
See it if You live any of these people's lives and seek validation or you have no experience in death and dying and seek it.
Don't see it if Death, dying, displaced anger, and a magical thinking ending are not for you. You dont like overlapping dialogue and scenes.
See it if You like plays which interweave past and present related stories and explore the psyche of well-developed characters.
Don't see it if You do not particularly enjoy stories about mother-daughter relationships and/or terminally ill characters affect you too much.
See it if An interesting drama about aging and loss. Good acting and staging. A worthwhile play to see if you like a heart felt drama.
Don't see it if Do not see it if you only enjoy light dramas or musicals.
See it if You want to see a play about a mother daughter relationship over time and how it affects the relationship once the mother gets sick.
Don't see it if You are interested in a light and fluffy performance. You don't like drama. You don't want to see a play that will pull at your Heartstrings
See it if you are interested in plays about dementia, excellent acting and direction and good dialog.
Don't see it if you dislike plays that are emotionally manipulative, somewhat flawed presentation of the main character and are overly sentimental.
See it if you'd like a well-written drama about a mother/daughter relationship and the effects of illness on memory.
Don't see it if you've seen other shows dealing with the same subject. I thought I would be more touched, but only a few tears fell.
See it if you are hoping to glean some life meaning from a depressing topic (alhzheimers/dementia) and the role it plays in familial relationships.
Don't see it if weak acting will ruin your experience, and if you don't like a commingling of flashbacks with present, as well as parallel acting scenes.
See it if you are interested in mother-daughter relationships and how age and infirmity can affect them
Don't see it if you prefer light, frivolous plays or musicals
See it if You want to see a survivor take on loss and death and denial of a loved one getting sick. Watching her unravel was very well done.
Don't see it if Pieces with a happy ending suit you better. You are very involved with a loss of someone. It might make you cry.
See it if you want to see a well written play performed by a great cast. If you ever had someone you love having dementia this play is for you
Don't see it if you only like plays in typical chronological order or plays that deal with the difficult topic of dementia
See it if you like finely-etched characters in believable situations; you have an interest in mother-daughter relationships; you enjoy feeling.
Don't see it if you need a great deal of onstage activity; family interaction bores you
See it if you like dramas about family relationships and stories of growth and development
Don't see it if topics such as death, and cancer upset you.
See it if "Unraveled" is a nice & well acted play about a mother in the state of dementia & a daughter who is awkward in dealing with life, in general
Don't see it if The play isn't original, but charming & with an emotional heft at the end without being necessarily forced while the cast is quite on point.
See it if You enjoy a good drama that is thought provoking and relevant as well as enjoy plays based upon mother daughter relationship.
Don't see it if Do not enjoy real life situations and prefer frivolous plays or musicals.
See it if A beautiful story. Well directed and very well acted. Perfectly summed up in 80 minutes!
Don't see it if You dislike family themed dramas or are sensitive to death related issues.
See it if You are interested in seeing great actors act out a very relevant topic to many of us-our aging parents.
Don't see it if You only like up type productions.
See it if Very touching play that felt very close to my heart. The story is sad . Beautifully expressed.
Don't see it if Fancy staging, singing, don't like issues like cancer, hospice, dementia.