Broadway’s Javier Muñoz ("Hamilton," "In The Heights") stars in this new solo piece, an epic theatrical exploration of life, loss, hope, and time. More…
From the show:
At a personal and professional crossroads, a man becomes a Stop/Slow traffic controller outside a construction site in an effort to catch his breath and simplify his life. With his wit and vivid imagination, he invokes Shakespeare, Einstein and more visionaries on his emotional odyssey. Though he tries valiantly to distract himself from the pains in his present from his recent past, it’s through the saving grace of time that he reclaims his future.
Join him for his entertaining and soulful investigation of life’s meaning in an uncertain world. Part joyous comedy, part thoughtful tragedy… it is the entirety of life in 95 minutes.
See it if you want to see an interesting piece about a man coming to terms with the death of a child and the mistakes he has made.
Don't see it if The start was funny & engrossing. About half-way it lost its focus. The night I saw it, there was a new ending, which didn't quite work.
See it if Ambitious exploration of life's big questions...fine line between love & grief. How we cope or don't. Great acting, sound, lighting, visuals
Don't see it if You have to listen closely and think this through. Not for those looking for light hearted entertainment.
See it if You want a one-man, kitchen-sink show that repeats itself repeats itself repeats itself. You like Javier Muñoz (In the Heights, Hamilton).
Don't see it if You are tired of cliched writing with a half-dozen, poorly-formed story lines including an irrelevant coming out subplot. (So novel!)
See it if A meandering monologue needing editing. Sometimes wordy & overwritten, sometimes deftly evocative. Sympathetic performance by Javier Munoz.
Don't see it if You don't like stream of consciousness monologues on minimal stages or you need a clear story progression.
See it if complexity and asking profound questions is more important to you than clarity of answers
Don't see it if you don’t like one-actor shows or if you have low tolerance for ambiguity.
See it if you want to see one of the finest performances ever in an intricate and emotional production, beautifully directed. A brilliant night.
Don't see it if you are not interested in fate or not wanting an intellectual as well as emotional experience.
See it if You're a Javier Munoz fan or like monologues about time and the forces that affect life
Don't see it if You want a clear plot and characters; this is just one person reflecting on his life through different scientific and historical concepts
See it if If you appreciate one man shows that make you contemplate existence and think on your relationships in life. Touching and simple show
Don't see it if If you need pomp and huge engaging sets you will not be happy. If you want fluff and pointless entertainment, this isn’t for you
See it if you appreciate shows that make you think, deal with existential themes, and make (many) references to literature.
Don't see it if you don't like one-man shows, complicated shows that deal with deep emotion (re death), or have difficulty following non-linear plots.
See it if great one man show dealing with observations on life and loss with references to the classics, poetry and the Bard. Definitely high-brow
Don't see it if if you don't like one man dramas dealing with life and loss. Definitey NOT a musical or a comedy but a show that makes you reflect on life
See it if you want to see great acting by Javier Munoz in a very moving, intellectual play that went a little far by taking him to purgatory
Don't see it if you want a musical, don't like one man shows, don't want to think too much, and don't want to deal with very tragic events
See it if You like philosophical discussions dealing with life and death The actor was quite riveting speaking for more than an hour and a half
Don't see it if You are looking for strict comedy or can’t sit through long soliloquys
See it if You want a show that asks you to engage and think with a stellar performance by Javier Munoz at its center.
Don't see it if You’re looking for an easy laugh-fest. Some of the negative comments are bizarre and bitchy. Did they read the description of the show?