Part of Theater for the New City's 2017 Dream Up Festival: In this memory play, a gay tailor is visited by ghosts from a happier time.Read more Show less
See it if you're interested in seeing some decent acting in spite of terrible writing.
Don't see it if you want to see a play with good writing. It drags. It's riddled with cliches. It has some surprisingly good acting in spite of that.
"Aronovitch tells us about these intertwined lives instead of dramatizing affecting moments of conflict .When he presents scenes from their past, this piece hits the right notes. Too often however, Aaronovitch settles for debate rather than revealing reminiscences. Kudos to director Kane for tamping down on the talk whenever possible...She does her best to keep the performers moving about the stage...A talky play into which Kane and company infused plenty of love and angst."