See it if you want to see a play that is equal parts innovation, feeling & fun.
Don't see it if you don’t like characters in a play to break character.
See it if You want a really smart and inventive play. Treats aging characters sensitively but with a touch of humor.
Don't see it if You’re sensitive regarding old age and dementia as well as cancer.
"These early scenes are juiced up to no end by the great Deborah Hedwall as Regina, a malicious sphinx dispensing venom from the comfort of her stuffed chair, when not disappearing altogether into a fog of confusion…a surprisingly nimble and funny fantasia on an issue that affects all of us."
3/4 Stars "'Sometimes You Can Go Home But Maybe Shouldn't': Paul David Young's drama eventually waxes metatheatrical to no heavy benefit"
"'All My Fathers' is a semi-autobiographical play that takes detours into dreams, memory, and literary history…it opens up a can of worms that it never figures out how to close. Your enjoyment of it will likely depend upon your tolerance for worms."