This new comedy about a newly single gay man examines the chaos of gay dating culture, skewers our need for social media, and explores the challenges of navigating an entirely new dating world. More…
Adam and Josh have been together for eight years... but now they’re not, and everyone has an opinion. In "Adam Minus Josh," Adam attempts to figure out what’s next with some help from his oddball neighbor Will, profligate friend Jordan, and suburban sister Rachel.
See it if u yearn for a gay sitcom set in NYC w/all the expected trappings (standard set-up, rapid-fire quips, stock characters, predictable end, etc)
Don't see it if u don't appreciate jokes at the expense of nearly every gay cliche; u seek any deep, profound or original thoughts on coping with a breakup.
See it if Fingerman's media-savvy gay sit-com is stuffed with gay zingers & semi-cartoon oddballs Lake's Rachel (female/hetero-normal) steals show
Don't see it if Dizzy comedy of manners takes too long to set up & lacks the punch it needs Yet actors work hard with just one note & most often succeed
See it if Breakups, gayness, breakups gayness breakups. Nice intimate space Good cast. Just enough seating space. Much inside gay humor
Don't see it if Tennis match seating works and doesn't work. It takes superb actors to handle it. Much inside gay humor.
See it if you would like to escape to the lives of four young characters, well-portrayed, in a quick paced comedy on a subject known to most.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy making light of others personal relationships or do not enjoy gay humor.
See it if You enjoy "eye candy" as there is an underwear scene with two of the guys.
Don't see it if Many scenes (especially early scenes) feature one-dimensional acting & lame one-liners. Didn't laugh much. Drags at 1 hr 40 min. Needs cuts
See it if You know someone in the cast or you live for those diamond in the rough jokes.
Don't see it if You want a story that goes somewhere, characters that aren't stereotypical caricatures, scenes that drive thing forward, comfortable chairs
See it if an LGBT romp with excellent cast & intimate staging is your cup of latte, skirting dangerously close to caricature but laugh filled
Don't see it if LGBT characters & situations are not 2 your liking, no way out seating with no knee room distresses U, intimate staging 2 close 4 comfort
See it if Charming contemporary gay comedy. Fast-paced with lots of zingers (perhaps too many). Talented cast. Tiny theater with seats on two sides
Don't see it if you're not up for light comedy with gay characters. Thin plot but lots of fun. Believable characters, not too much on the nelly side.
See it if you're cool with yet ANOTHER gay break-up story, w/supportive friends, family, & an over-bearing Jewish mother (on voice-mail).
Don't see it if you're expecting some sort of miraculous (original) revelation into break-up scenarios, or at least some NEW good humor.
See it if you want a fun, light show about the boy who gets dumped and his friends. The sister is a scene-stealer!
Don't see it if you don't like gay comedies. The characters were loveable, but very cliche. Still a fun watch in a small theatre.
See it if If you love seeing a small cast, in a nicely-staged, blackbox theatre, with clichéd tropes andof course LGBT. It was okay. I missed a "free"
Don't see it if Performance and had to pay to reschedule. I didn't mind. I love seeing myself on stage.It had its moments, but, really needs some tightening
See it if you would enjoy a semi-realistic comedy play about contemporary gay dating problems
Don't see it if you aren't interested in comedies about gay life; don't enjoy small intimate theaters
See it if You want a few laughs. Some of the dialogue is clever and funny
Don't see it if you want a show with a complex plot. The funny lines work but there is no central conflict. the sister character is a cliche & poorly acted
See it if you enjoy a comedy about dating in today's gay culture. An ambitious work that needs further development. Good use made of a small space.
Don't see it if you are offended by gay men trying to find their place in today's world.
See it if You want a light, cute, gay-centered show with funny banter and delightfully quirky characters. It has the feel of a Will & Grace episode.
Don't see it if You resent cliched characters. There’s the nice guy lead, the oddball, the slut and the outrageous, in your face girl. Also, needs tweaking.
See it if You are intrigued by a funny, romantic-break up comedy that feels genuine with a quirky and delightful supporting cast.
Don't see it if You have just been through a break up and find the subject too painful. If you aren’t interested in a gay piece.
See it if you like lgbt dramedies, or want to relate to coping w/ break up, or simply use your spare 2 hrs wisely on intimate (staging) entertainment.
Don't see it if you dislike intimate settings, lgbt themes & non-musical dramedies, but you will miss out on great acting, clever writing, and eye candies.
See it if Easily relatable and funny. Breakups happen all the time but how do you find yourself again when you’ve been with someone for so long?
Don't see it if Erratic humor, largely hit or miss and sort of feels a little forced on the acting part.
See it if you want a funny enjoyable night out (the first 30 minutes may worry). Small budget show with a cast trying to make set work in awkward room
Don't see it if you like stronger direction or don't like snappy sitcom jokes and non-jokes. You like LGBT shows that expands beyond the funny basics.
See it if Like a funny, laugh out loud play,that concerns itself with gay issues. Fantastic play. A must see
Don't see it if If you don't like the ramifications, of a a break up, with a gay theme.