See it if A story about two war veterans who help each other through the horrors of war.well acted play and very deep and moving.
Don't see it if If you want a liter story. At 110 minutes no intermission. Has some moving scenes that are heavy and war related.
See it if Army vet psychiatrist sees one last patient before retiring, and while helping the patient, discovers himself. Authentic & compelling.
Don't see it if The PTSD theme is not new, but the particular story of these two characters is executed beautifully. Includes flashing lights & loud noises
See it if U want 2 feel what PTSD is probably like. Stunning portrayals of both the soldier and his army psychiatrist. It will hi-10 ** appreciation o
Don't see it if If you’re looking for something less serious and thought provoking.
Also your Appreciation of what our soldiers endure.
See it if you are interested in the effects of war on soldiers, insights into PTSD therapy, superb acting & playwriting.
Don't see it if you dislike serious plays that involve an exploration of characters that suffer severe psychic turmoil & their attempts at coping.
See it if A true evening in the theatre with a compelling story of the human impact of war where there are no winners. A must see drama!
Don't see it if If war & PTSD is of no interest, you can skip this play, however, you are doing yourself a disservice.
See it if you're interesting in a show about the human cost of war & the bonds the shared experience of combat can create.
Don't see it if you might be triggered by the special effects used in the flashback scenes; you expect plays set in the past to get the details right.
See it if You want to see a wonderful 2 person show with great acting.that gets you to feel deeply for the characters.
Don't see it if You want to see a light and fluffy play. This play brings up a lot of emotions.
See it if you want to see a powerful exploration of PTSD suffered by combat soldiers in a well-acted and well-written play.
Don't see it if you want an elaborate and/or lighthearted show. This is an intense, dramatic production on a simple set.
See it if ably acted 2-man show on battle scars of 2 generations; middle-aged doctor & father helps Afghanistan vet, who unknowingly returns the favor
Don't see it if you dislike scenes of war acted on stage or small intimate theaters, but frankly this is a rewarding non-profit show, worth yr time & funds.
See it if PTSD of veteran; dialogues with a military psychiatrist; didn’t expect such acting from such tiny old theatre; free drinks from bar;
Don't see it if 2 flashback war scenes with loud sound effect; expose problems of war & US military system; 100 min no intermission; 50+ seat with 7audience
See it if Intense two man play of an army doctor and his PTSD patient. Very moving, and absorbing play about this difficult subject matter.
Don't see it if You prefer a lighter subject matter.
See it if You can handle a night of real theater dealing with the serious subject of PTSD
Don't see it if You prefer musicals or can't sit for over 100+ minutes without an intermission in somewhat uncomfortable seats
See it if A story about the effects of war on soldiers and insights into PTSD told with good acting
Don't see it if A strong play with emotional underpinnings.
Also Both actors are believable and bring real humanity to their roles.
See it if You want to see a well acted, well written show that is very honest about the experiences of people serving in the military
Don't see it if You want an evening of fluff
See it if The price a soldier pays through his life with PTSD is intimately explored and masterfully expressed in this two person play. Truth told.
Don't see it if you dont want to be reminded of the sacrifices members of the military continue to make throughout their lives. It is emotionally powerful
See it if Best new drama I've seen this year! Well written script becomes acting Tour de Force with these 2 great actors. Real theater, no fluff.
Don't see it if Uncomfortable subject of PTSD is explored in therapy sessions. Not for the faint-hearted or someone looking for simple entertainment.
See it if You enjoy outstanding performances in an effective and affecting play about soldiers with PTSD, loyalty and the closeness which binds
Don't see it if You are unable to hear about and empathize with the traumas confronted by our young soldiers generation after generation
See it if You haven't thought through what war is like and you look up to those who fight them/you like good acting and great intentions.
Don't see it if You already see soldiers as pawns/you hate predictable plots.
See it if Brings to poignant reality military PTSD with unexpected, somewhat forced, surprise connection from Vietnam to Afghan war, realistically don
Don't see it if You've had a depressing day and want to see a show for levity: this one stays mentally embedded well after curtain call.
See it if you're interested in the subject of PTSD and the horrors it inflicts; exceptional acting in a story with depth and raw emotions.
Don't see it if you don't like heavy plays about deeply emotional subjects; prefer large productions with multiple characters.
See it if you enjoy a powerful and relevant play (2 actors) about PTSD and other traumas of war.
Don't see it if you prefer lighter topics and fast moving action.
See it if you’re ready for an shot of meaningful reality. Great production with two excellent actors who are totally invested in their work.
Don't see it if you’re looking for fluff.
See it if Looking for a show that doesn't deal with gender / identity politics like so much of the stuff being put up these days.
Don't see it if Need a show where the action is present.
See it if a somber, contemporary drama about the lingering, psychic wounds of war would interest you.
Don't see it if the awfulness of war & its effects on the bodies & souls of the men who fight them aren’t of interest or are triggering for you. Heavy play.