See it if your into conspiracies, blackmailing and scientific banter about global warming. good staging, decent directing.
Don't see it if you like good acting with a good story. Writing was awful, plot ,story and acting were terrible. Worst show this yr, worse then timestandss
See it if you like fine performances or a strong environmental message, even when the material performed gets a little melodramatic.
Don't see it if you are an environmental polluter or an apologist for pollution (unless you’re seeking a conversion). Read more
See it if you’re charmed by mouthy child prodigy-type characters
Don't see it if you’re hoping Rocco Sisto can elevate the hackneyed script, or that the unusual subject matter will stretch the form Read more
See it if You are interested in political shows, particularly in one dealing with climate change.
Don't see it if You are looking for something light-hearted and fun, or you don't like small venues or politically oriented plots.
See it if Your intellectual and have a lot of patience
Don't see it if You have a short attention span or don’t like sitting on hard chairs for two hours
See it if you are concerned about our environment and find a family story incorporating major issues involving saving our planet worth your time.
Don't see it if you expect a major play dealing with our weather.Instead, it's a small but all-encompassing plea for enjoying our planet, not destroying it.
See it if you know someone in the cast?
Don't see it if just don't. (see below) Read more
See it if a more straight forward approach to climate change like Al Gore's " An Inconvenient Truth" is not entertaining enough for you.
Don't see it if earth's future mixed in with a few sidebars of dirty politics , sex ,vulgarity, and gender identification issues bore you Read more
"Uneven but well-intentioned, 'Extreme Whether' is, at base, thematically interesting...Set not at a climate convention, but on a plot of remote family land, the drama feels removed - literally and figuratively...The actors seem to have been directed to perform big, with emphatic movements and shouting. Such heightened performativity works during climactic moments but is mostly at odds with the play's aspirations toward realism."