New York | Ends Mar 02


From 1 critic and 3 member reviews
Members say: Great writing, Quirky & clever, Funny, Great acting, Slow

About the show

A new comedy about love, relationships, and betrayal. More…

Two weeks before her wedding, Sylvia is confronted in her opulent, West Village apartment by her fiancé’s sexually confident mistress, Teddy. As their respective male partners arrive, the four charged lovers (and a pizza man) clash over love, lust, and intimacy in a comical prism of betrayal and psychological warfare. 

Theater Reviews from my Seat

“Billingsley is both the star and co-author of this wildly raucous, 21st century drawing room comedy...There are many laughs to be had in this play which has been directed and co-written by Thomas G. Waites. The four principle characters poke at each other and when there is a direct hit, the humor is very funny indeed...If every performance landed on broader caricatures, the result might further amplify the lunacy.” Full Review

Edgy, sexy and fun, Great performances, Well written, Quirky & clever, Ambitious

See it if You're up for a 21st Century comedy of manners with few manners but lots of comedy and wit, surprises, sex and edgy food for thought.

Don't see it if Infidelity, betrayal, sex, drugs & even more betrayal offend, or if you've no interest in seeing two terrific, very strong actresses engage.

Also There's nothing innocent about the bare feet in Barefoot, all the more... Read more Read less

Banal, Uneven acting, Slow, Pointless, Disappointing

See it if you enjoy small cast plays in an intimate space...and don't need much plot/char coherence. Script makes little sense, but actors try hard.

Don't see it if you want internal plot logic. Many discussions are tedious (endless talk by women about looks) and actions unconvincing. I didn't laugh.

Relevant, Great writing, Great acting, Funny, Entertaining

See it if You want a raw, hilarious and sometimes even heartbreaking experience. Like all great theater, it strikes a chord of truth.

Don't see it if You don’t want to hear the raw truth from a woman’s perspective.

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