A mismatched couple negotiating a tryst in a hotel room. A widower coping with life alone. A very large baby and his not-much-older father. Two professors confronting the dark past. A sociopath or two. A pink owl and more - all in the same evening of theater.
See it if Short stories people handling what happens in their life, funny/sad movements in life that can happen to anybody.
Don't see it if if you know musical or one story. This was a 2h 30m show
See it if You are open to be entertained by some very good performers dealing with situations. You want to see good work in a small space done well.
Don't see it if You are not open to something different. You don't want to see an interesting, different type of performance.
See it if You like one of those church basement amateur productions
Don't see it if You want great writing or acting or a professional job
Also I couldn’t understand most of the dialogue due to the echo in the room
See it if you like a hodge podge of short plays about relationships ...some funny, some sad, some hits & some not (like the video clips between acts).
Don't see it if you don't like community theater ... although caters a small audience- the staging is effective, the actors talented, & the plays engaging.
See it if you want a glimpse into the lives of many different characters and their relationships with equal parts humor and thought provoking moments
Don't see it if you want a linear, plotted story - this is a show of short, sometimes-connected vignettes
See it if interested in episodes of real life issues. Topics were well chosen, writing and acting were fine for most parts. Second half was better.
Don't see it if you prefer shows with one story-line. The biggest negative was the four films. They made the show too long, and were terrible. Not fitting.