See it if B series is better than the c series. Some good acting and performances.
Don't see it if You want consistency throughout the evening... some shows are better than others. A potpourri of theather.
See it if I thoroughly enjoyed all five plays. They were intense, meaningful, and at times, funny. Each one had a strong message. Well done!
Don't see it if You don’t like a variety of shorter plays. You aren’t up for 2 1/2 hours altogether.
See it if you are interested in what new voices in the theater are doing with the short form.
Don't see it if for you a play is only a play when it fills an evening. Read more
See it if you want to see new one-act plays by up-and-coming writers. You will not be disappointed.
Don't see it if you are looking for an extended one- or two-act play. Read more
See it if you enjoy great acting and clever staging in a very engaging play that has an important message.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy absurdist theatre and prefer a more linear plot structure.
See it if Harron Atkins's Tempo is the standout here, miles above the other Series B plays. Fine acting by Cecil Blutcher and Wesley T Jones, great
Don't see it if voice-over work, and sharp direction by Collette Robert of a play that is funny, fresh, heartbreaking, empathetic, theatrical and all-around Read more
“An Ensemble Studio Theater series includes an allegory on American intervention and a sympathetic look at a woman in distress...If you think of the latest edition of Ensemble Studio Theater’s annual marathon of one-act plays as a five-course dinner, it makes sense that the program opens with a tasty hors d’oeuvre like Susan Kim’s ‘Privilege’, and concludes with a filling dessert in Cayenne Douglass’ ‘Oh My, Goodness.'”