Richard and Elizabeth have been stewing in stagnation, slowly calcifying into outright resentment, torn between the part of them that wants to stay in the relationship and the part of them that wants to get the hell out. But what do you do when those two sides disagree so fiercely that you find yourself in open warfare with yourself?
"Director Katie Pedro brings out many voices from these significant others: the rational and the crazy, the strong and the flimsy, the determined and the indecisive. The cast deftly amplifies the unexpected nuances in this story...At times delightful, experimental, and thought-provoking, with both directors using the space in interesting ways." Full Review
See it if you want to see brilliant concept well executed. An exploration of man's duality.
Don't see it if plays only an hour long or in small theaters requiring the audience changing their orientation make you disinterested.
See it if you want to watch an insightful new take on a couple play. A really thoughtful and funny play about the complexities in all of us.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a play with themes of drug use and sexuality.
See it if you'd enjoy exploring internal conversations & conflicts (don't wanna spoil it). A lot of back-n-forth; actors do their best w/quirky book.
Don't see it if you only enjoy fully-developed stories w/clear beginning, middle & resolved end. Felt like a work-in-progress, deserving a revamp & revisit.
See it if You want to see a play that deals with a brilliant idea that I don’t think anyone has ever had before
Don't see it if You will be bothered by am on Orthodox set. No matter where you sit you have to move your body around at different points
See it if you enjoy experimental, rough-edge plays about the duality of human nature [in this case where 2 actors portray 1 person]
Don't see it if you want a developed play or want to care about the characters; if you love O'Neill's "STRANGE INTERLUDE," which did all of this masterfully
See it if like an interesting premise exploring the inner conflict and duality of human nature.
Don't see it if you prefer to skip a good premise executed poorly through banal conversations and slow pacing.
See it if you have nothing better to do you enjoy feeling really close to the actors in an unusual staging
Don't see it if you are easily confused you like characters you can identify with you want a storyline
See it if you like repetitive fake sex scenes with a dull, confusing script. Talented cast does their best to make it palatable.
Don't see it if you want to see a fully explored script with some sort of point.
See it if You enjoy a fresh and timely take on a relationship comedy. You want to see some solid acting. Have fun!
Don't see it if You don't enjoy work in weird spaces. You don't want to see a work in development.
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