In this new drama, a Pulitzer-winning playwright, screenwriter and outspoken political activist has disappeared from her high-profile life in New York and Hollywood to hide under an assumed name. More…
While staying at a secluded seaside motel in Santa Barbara, California. she is surprised by an unexpected visit from a man with whom she had a brief relationship 25 years earlier, when she was 36 and at the height of her Broadway fame. He was naïve, 20, and studying to be a Catholic priest. They met during the 1950’s in Reno's famous art-deco Mapes Hotel, where she was staying for her six-weeks divorce, and he was working in the hotel while on sabbatical from the Franciscan Order, struggling to resolve doubts about the priesthood and himself. Over the last 25 years, they have not seen each other nor spoken.
See it if you love the excellent Leenya Rideout & John Zdrojeski in a beautiful production of quirky, macabre love story. Script is a bit melodramatic
Don't see it if you're not comfortable w themes of death, suicide & questioning Catholic faith. High marks for beautiful, well-directed production
See it if You enjoy a dark, well acted show with a love story theme in an intimate setting.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy small theater shows or are sensitive to herbal cigarettes as they are utilized during the production.
See it if you enjoy a small yet superb cast in a very thoughtful play. Performances were very believable; timing was perfect.
Don't see it if you only like large productions or do not care for an intimate theater experience.
See it if an intimate drama on a small stage works for you.She,a famous writer, he,a naïve seminarian, 20 yrs her junior.They meet again after 25yrs.
Don't see it if multiple themes including religion, suicide, euthanasia are not of interest to you.
Also The first act was too lengthy. The acting was superb.
See it if you would like an interesting funny-sad story about living and dying, human connections, and the decisions we make
Don't see it if you don't like plays about death & dying and/or the dark side of religion
See it if Romantic. Soap operaish. Realistic and relevant.
Don't see it if Deals with life, death, cancer. If you are against euthanasia do not see this show
See it if You appreciate performers at the top of their game, excellent writing, and an absorbing, emotional storyline.
Don't see it if You prefer to watch lowbrow, fast-moving, mindless drivel.
See it if Good acting by Rideout and Zdrojeski and clever use of a small environment.
Don't see it if People who object to euthanasia or who are touchy on religious subjects may not enjoy the show.
See it if You are a fan of shows that explore love, friendship, and loss. You like small theaters with a minimal set.
Don't see it if You are susceptible to smoke, it is used frequently in the show. You don't enjoy polarizing views on religion or lifestyle choices.
See it if you enjoy serious, coherent, slightly disturbing drama. A very well-written play with exceptional acting.
Don't see it if death as part of a theme is depressing and difficult to handle, or if you need a laugh.
See it if You enjoy fine acting and am interested in exploring ‘what if’ in life
Don't see it if An intimate theatre setting of a play about a woman’s determination to end her life is disturbing to you
See it if You don’t mind seeing a difficult subject.
Don't see it if You can’t stomach cigarette smoke and if you have difficulty regarding assisted suicides.
See it if The acting and the story were very good. The small theatre and close proximity to the actors made you feel more engaged.
Don't see it if It's an old theatre and the stage decor is very basic.