The Wrong House presents this world premiere dark comedy about nostalgia, friendship, and grief.
It's been 10 years since high school, so it's probably about time to get the gang back together at their old stomping grounds, right? But as the liquor flows and the weather goes from bad to worse, secrets start to unravel and everyone is forced to confront a shared trauma from their past that most would rather forget.
“Simply put, just a really great production...’36 Juniper’ is an unexpected and riveting theatrical gem. It is over an hour of emotional and psychological suspense that builds and builds until everyone is mentally exhausted...An incredibly well thought-out plot with characters whose development is so carefully crafted...This production is an unbelievable display of unbridled emotion, rubbed raw by the truths that are soon uncovered...A stellar cast.” Full Review
See it if You want to see an incredible original dark comedy written by a brilliant group of young women.
Don't see it if You are not interested in exploring trauma and the millennial generation
See it if you love Performances that will grab your heart & take your breath, inspiring acting & company, a new play written by 3 female co. members
Don't see it if if you don't like sensitive material like language, violence, sexual situations, and excessive drinking - or thought provoking plays.
See it if You are a millennial, or you think millennials are interesting. Or you just feel sad about the state of the world. Well just see it.
Don't see it if You are easily triggered by people talking about experiencing violence.
See it if Great concept. Always love an intimate space. Timely story. Very good acting Stella Adler Studio seems to have done the job (based on Bios)
Don't see it if Several times the voices were lost despite the small space. Credit for the set was not noted at all
See it if you like exceptional acting with a great cast delving into a millennial issue that occurs far to often. Absolutely great cast.
Don't see it if you are aren't a fan of plays that that are done with millennial issues at forefront.
See it if You like well acted, modern, new work that is relevant and asks the audience to question what they think.
Don't see it if You need everything to be perfect or want a fluffy night - this show will make you think.
See it if you want an ensemble piece dealing with a major event in their lives and the effects.
Don't see it if Gun violence, school violence or group traumas are triggers. The acting is good, but something is missing to make it great.
See it if You want to see powerful play at times with moving performances involving interesting character conflicts.
Don't see it if You don't like plays driven mainly by characters or are bothered by some improbable things or characters that at times behave poorly
See it if you enjoy new work, this one written by the cast, that sheds current light on millennials that represents well, complemented with good sound
Don't see it if you are intolerant of youthful craziness or are bothered by violence. A slow start with a silly game that should be condensed would help.
See it if You want to see a drama that deals with a very sad and messed up situation. You do get some light moments and well written comedy
Don't see it if You need to root for a good person. There are no good characters in this play
See it if you are or care about millennials; are interested in the repercussions of a tragedy that somewhat explains the reactions of the characters.
Don't see it if you expect a show that is consistent in tone & believability. The 1st act spends far too much time on a game that is played to be effective.
See it if you find the angst of young adults who h ave experienced a major trauma interesting; you are not upset by references which might upset.
Don't see it if You have experience a major trauma relating to gun violence; you have no patience for hight school nonsense games as vehicle driving a plot
See it if you want to experience some very solid committed performances: Brendan Byrne ("Theo"), Jacob Dabby ("Ben"), & Jessika McQueen ("Mac").
Don't see it if you aren't into very intimate theater (you feel like you're almost IN the play), & don't care for intense melodrama w/WAY too much shouting.
See it if A show about a reunion some 10 years later. A story about the worry of gun violence. If dont want a consistent performance.
Don't see it if First act was terrible, second act was better. You want a good story or good acting
See it if you can sit through a first act that doesn't belong on stage. The second act is a wonderful reward.
Don't see it if An incredibly bad first act will be too hard for you to sit through
See it if you like millennial angst; current show about gun violence
Don't see it if nice try by a young theater group but was just so unrealistic in every way; unnatural dialogue and actions throughout; not funny at all
See it if I loved the show. You should see it if you want a show that is well written, performed, keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
Don't see it if You are sensitive to serious topics such as a school shooting.
See it if you enjoy new plays discussing timely subject matter and experiencing an emotionally roller-coaster show with brilliant acting and direction
Don't see it if don't like talking about current events/acts of violence through acting/ writing or if reliving traumatic experiences is difficult for you
See it if You like shows about millennials by millennials. You like shows touching on current events. You like very dark humor.
Don't see it if You don’t like shows with a complicated message. You don’t like some crude humor. You don’t like violence on stage.
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