"We wonder why Eve didn’t depart sooner, and a little more effort to show Paradise’s appeal might have created some interesting dramatic tension…'Eve' sets up a plot rife with issues of gender parity, free will, and self-definition, but never quite gives these themes their full due. However, by highlighting this well-known tale's all-too-familiar flavors of sexism and power dynamics, Hutson-Ellenberg invites us to consider Eve’s side of the story." Full Review
See it if You like blondes with unrealistic southern accents and stereotypical sassy black girlfriends
Don't see it if You are hoping to see an interpretation with a twist or even a clever take on the old story. This was anti-women and anti-men in one take.
See it if you want a mostly female cast, a different account of whether the Garden of Eden was paradise and a different explanation for the expulsion.
Don't see it if you want more than one-sided characters and an undeveloped idea. This play failed to meet its potential. I give it a C- grade.
See it if You get the point that Adam and God are one-dimensional because they are satisfied with the status quo in contrast to Eve's dissatisfaction
Don't see it if You're not interested in women's rights or don't like Hillary Clinton.
See it if You are interested in seeing a feminist play with a good idea at its foundation
Don't see it if You are expecting complex and developed ideas and clever writing. The advertising oversold this show, and it ended abruptly.
See it if You want the cocoon of your carefully woven society undone. It challenges the perception of our society rightfully and funnily.
Don't see it if You only like serious plays. You can't take a joke or don't like serious matters talked about in a light way.
See it if You want to go out and have a chuckle. This was an interesting play and raised some good questions.
Don't see it if Don't see this if you're easily offended or quick to judge. Don't see it if you don't know the difference between feminism and misandrism.