A new collection of short plays by the anonymous NYC Government official who goes by the pseudonym "S Karlan." More…
In this new collection of plays, we travel deep into the mind of an average couple confronting their daily fears, real or not; explore our obsession with the perfect physique and other desires we don't always want to admit we have; travel to a modern day "film noir" style crime story filled with lust, deception, and a gun in the wrong hands; we go "cat-fishing" for love in a digital realm where nothing is real and the players love it that way; and we make assumptions about the things around us that betray the mind...
See it if you want to explore five takes on betrayal by the mind, each an interesting idea, some just short presentations, but all lack conclusions.
Don't see it if you do not like a mix of various ideas in 90 minutes that need further development to make them entertaining or thought provoking.
See it if you like over the top and almost soap operatic performances and situations developing a theme of how loneliness make people stupid.
Don't see it if If you want consistent performances (clearly the actors are going for something) and consistently compelling narratives.
See it if your friend is in the cast; if you're up for "taking a chance" on 5 short skits; if you've mastered the willing suspension of disbelief
Don't see it if you prefer high production standards; you like plays that make sense; you hate when lawyers are made fun of; you expect comfortable seats
See it if you would like 5 short plays performed by a cast of ten talented actors , each with a varying theme of betrayal by one's mind.
Don't see it if you will be influenced by the very low scores given on this forum. It is also not a "100" as it was awarded for Friday's performance.
See it if you want to support actors and writers that need to present a "work in progress" production to the public.
Don't see it if you want a polished show with interesting content
See it if This is not your average pedestrian set of plays. In my vew, The Trainer is a masterpiece and Gun is a very solid play.
Don't see it if You are looking for run of the miil humdrum theatre.
See it if ...you enjoy fine theater. Saw the opening. What’s important to keep in mind is that there are 5 separate plays with similar themes.
Don't see it if ...you want a fun + simplistic escape ...if you don’t appreciate the experience of feeling on stage as it’s an intimate theater experience