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What's Wrong With You

From 5 member reviews
Members say: Great acting, Absorbing, Relevant, Edgy, Clever

About the show

In this new drama, Caden and Mae have a lot of pain, but no bruises to show for it. So they play a dangerous game to teach those that hurt them a lesson. More…

But in a world where everyone’s glued to their phones and social media, how far will they go to demand attention before someone truly gets hurt?




“What's Wrong With You” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

98
Absorbing, Ambitious, Edgy, Great staging, Relevant

See it if This play speaks to the struggles that Generation Z is facing right now with the risks that peer pressure & social media create. A must see!

Don't see it if Don't see if you have no interest in the issues facing teens of today.

92
Clever, Great acting, Unique

See it if You want to know what your children are up to portrayed by a young talented cast and written by an upandcoming playwright

Don't see it if You don't want to witness a new talent writing on themes that have not been dealt with before

88
Absorbing, Great acting, Edgy, Intelligent, Intense

See it if Partner's 90. My 85. Stella A. lab always great. Great acting What it means to be without parental support. Clever creation of the sets .

Don't see it if Small intimate studio great for those who get to see it but limits number who do. no room above... but STAFF AND CREW ARE GREAT ..

60
Funny, Indulgent, Relevant, Overlong

See it if you're interested in themes of social media gone wrong and young people fighting to define their identity in the confusing world of today.

Don't see it if you don't have patience for a play that's rooted in an interesting premise but is overlong and unevenly performed.

92
Great acting, Clever, Profound, Riveting, Intelligent

See it if If you like fast, witty, intelligent dialogue, exceptional acting and a meaningful story. The play offers much for you to think about.

Don't see it if If you prefer straight-forward, conventional theater and you try and avoid plays with themes that may be disturbing.


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