Colt Coeur presents Ana Nogueira's new play about a new pharmaceutical that could change relationships forever. More…
How far are you willing to go to save your romance? When a new miracle drug promising ultimate intimacy hits the market, one couple puts everything on the line for the chance to obliterate all boundaries and finally understand one another. But boundaries exist for a reason, and all miracle drugs come with unforeseen side effects. Starring TV actor Jimmi Simpson ('House of Cards,' '24').
See it if you want to see some AMAZING performances in a fascinating play about what life might be like if we could feel other people's feelings.
Don't see it if a play that feels like it's ALMOST there but doesn't quite get to the heart of what it's about would frustrate you.
See it if you've ever wanted a greater emotional connection with your significant other, or ever taken a prescribed drug for a psychological disorder.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy shows about interpersonal relationships.
See it if you can appreciate good acting despite a very slow and somewhat tedious play. Also, sit in the first or second row otherwise you can't see.
Don't see it if Due to the staging (on the floor and a low couch), you literally can't see much of it! If you want a fast-moving realistic plot, stay away.
See it if u want to witness emotions laid bare. A couple comes to terms w/ who the other really is & how to bridge their disconnection through empathy
Don't see it if you're not in the mood, as audience member in a small theater, to experience the rawness of emotions that the actors make manifest. Intense!
See it if you want to see a compassionate look at a young couple trying to stay afloat as the woman drifts into crippling depression.
Don't see it if you really wanted to see the ideas in the synopsis. The plot quickly back-burners the fantasy drug and becomes more about antidepressants.
See it if Great concept, great acting. Fresh new playwright voice
Don't see it if If mental illness and the politics of pharmaceuticals aren't interesting to you, you'll hate this.
See it if it's an interesting premise and the writer does a great job of portraying mental illness and its impact on relationships
Don't see it if you enjoy more plot-driven stories, this is much more character based and the plot is a little sparse
See it if you're interested in the psychology of the human mind and watching plays solely based on the ups and downs of a relationship
Don't see it if you want a spectacle or a cast with many characters and plot lines. it is a very direct story. don't see if you are offended by sex on stage
See it if You enjoy science-fiction, medical, depression, or relationship-drama centric plays.
Don't see it if You are looking for a masterful play.
See it if It's closed now, but if you enjoy films such as "Blue Valentine" or "Revolutionary Road" you'd like this. Real, raw, sad.
Don't see it if You aren't willing to watch two people live their lives in front of you because it may give you severe anxiety about your own relationships
See it if You like shows with an interesting premiss.
Don't see it if you want a fulfilling experience. There were many good ways the plot could have gone. It didn't go to any of them.
See it if you enjoy insightful, intelligent writing that's both funny and heartbreaking; great acting and staging; unexpected and beautiful ending.
Don't see it if you are unable to follow a complex, multilayered story.
See it if you enjoy small, intimate, original plays that make you laugh and cry, wonderful actors, sensitive, understated direction and staging.
Don't see it if You are incapable of empathy.