A new drama about the Kennedys, politics, art, media, and what happens when they clash. Based on a true story. More…
In 2000, David Lewis, a sculptor in Cape Cod, designed a statue of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and his son John Jr. both as men walking on the beach. The idea was to give the two a moment together that they never had and to give the Cape a beautiful work of art. 'A Walk on the Beach' explores the controversy that developed when a local paper championed the idea that this statue contradicted, even spit in the face of, history.
See it if If you want a period piece on JFK. Very informative and entertaining.
Don't see it if If you want a big stage production or a musical.
See it if You’re looking for a very interesting evening with lessons to be learned and a little bit of Camelot circa 1960’s
Don't see it if You’re looking for a musical.
See it if You are a Kennedy fan. Reminders of great speeches. Hearing the speech JFK would have given the day after Dallas was worth hearing.
Don't see it if Hagiography is not your style. You dont have patience to wade through a 15 min dead space starting Act 2.
See it if you are interested in everything about the Kennedys; are curious about this story based on a true controversy
Don't see it if you'd get frustrated over what this play is trying to sell as the difference between a "real" artistic integrity vs a commercial hack
See it if if you enjoy shows with a historical nature and if you especially liked the Kennedy years and legacy.
Don't see it if you want an exciting show with a huge conflict or if you don't care about the relationship between politics and art.
See it if You need some inspiration, it's truly one of the best that I have seen. I think the best compliment I can give is I want to see this again.
Don't see it if Everyone should see this, regardless if you like politics or not. It's so much more than a play. Open your heart and listen carefully...
See it if U are fascinated by JFK/Kennedys in a new take from an artistic angle mix with controversy & spiritual inquiries that makes a good drama.
Don't see it if U have no imagination about art as a creative & soul searching process that can go beyond stoic factual realm. U want fancy set with budget.
See it if you like stories about the Kennedys, if you're interested in issues relating to artistic freedom of expression, artist biography
Don't see it if you don't care about the Kennedys or artists' rights to freedom of expression, or biographical works