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Categories: Comedy, Drama, Local. From Pogue Mahone Productions. Written by Jason Sofge. Directed by Jason Sofge.
See it if you know the author or actors, if you want a 6 Characters in Search of an Author experience or want to see skilled actors heighten material
Don't see it if you want linear development, the lights to stay on, & all your questions about the play answered
See it if you're supportive friends/family. I confirm critic DavidRoberts' Show-Score of 45 & a weary audience denied an interesting story, well-told
Don't see it if You'd rather be outside sweating. Cool AC here, but no smartly-developed characters to care about in a coherent story that moved me.
See it if You love to see great actors digging deep into their characters, or you love to see the mysteries and complications of life unfurl
Don't see it if You don't like thought provoking theatre that makes you dig deeper into yourself, or if you like predictable plot lines.
See it if You want to see a play within play within a play. A good actress but the male lead was intolerable.
Don't see it if You are looking for an understandable plot.
See it if You like meta and complex staging. The director works hard at telling this layered story.
Don't see it if You want to know what's going on! It's an very intelligent plot but I had a very hard time following it. This is not a show that spoonfeeds.
See it if You like Pirandello. You like to see interesting stage conventions. You wanna see a really fantastic central performance.
Don't see it if You need linear narratives.
See it if You're willing to take a ride and experience theatre on a new level; it boldly breaks conventions and keeps the audience guessing & laughing
Don't see it if You only like linear plot lines and traditional theatre.
See it if You like a creative play that experiments with plot and timeline
Don't see it if You want everything linear and fully resolved by the end. This play showed me those things actually don't matter much. Great play!!!
See it if You enjoy the challenge of following a non-linear plot and want to see a fabulous and versatile cast.
Don't see it if You need a linear plot or a ending tied up in a bow.
See it if You enjoy untraditional story telling, clever text and staging, and strong character performances.
Don't see it if You don't like non-linear story lines.
See it if You enjoy SNL, Mr Show, and other funny and quirky sketch comedy programs. This will be right up your alley.
Don't see it if You're sense of humor is too serious for laughter.
See it if Metaphysical theater that challenges the convention of the modern play and intentionally breaks "the mold". Hilarious and heart-wrenching!
Don't see it if You don't like evocative, challenging, metaphysical theater.
See it if You like non linear storytelling and are fans of Charlie Kaufman, Samuel Beckett and Ionesco
Don't see it if If you don't like the things I mentioned in the likes column. You need answers to everything about the plot.
See it if You enjoy intelligently woven stories that address the nature of theater and existence. Interesting and thoughtful with great performances!
Don't see it if You have trouble following stories that weave multiple realities.
See it if You want to see a talented cast lead you on a refreshing journey that will make you laugh, cry and keep you guessing as to what is next!
Don't see it if You don't want thought provoking theatre that requires you to pay attention to the entire piece.
See it if love to laugh, enjoy NYC humor, have ever been in love, and value adventure in your theatrical experience. Brilliant writing!
Don't see it if you're an curmudgeon who doesn't enjoy new, exciting, avant garde theatre.
See it if You like theatre thought experiments...silly comedy...solid acting...romantic plots.
Don't see it if You are not willing to along for the ride of a play within a play within a play within a play???