See it if U want an intelligent story about work relationship issues relevant to the #metoo hot topic. U want to see talent with small budget.
Don't see it if U ignorantly judge play quality not by content but by theater neighborhood, theater size, lavish sets, & comfy seats. Judge by work quality!
See it if you want to see a play that is well developed about office politics and the "Me Too" discussion the is going on in our society.
Don't see it if the off-off Broadway setting is a turn off to you
See it if you're interested in the topics of office politics, workplace romance and harassment
Don't see it if you're not interested in office politics or romance, are offended by a few vulgar words
Also Set changes, although in the dark, were a bit noisy
See it if You want to see a play about workplace misconceptions and how it can affect and change peoples lives.
Don't see it if You are not interested in work relationships and how dangerous rumors can be.
See it if If you want to see a play that adds some complexity to a theme you might think is straight forward.
Don't see it if you feel that issues of relationships in the work place are not worthy of the dramatic form.
See it if you enjoy contemporary modern themes where you are engaged to consider all angles of the challenges & benefits of professional relationships
Don't see it if you don't like off broadway, east village theatre setting, small theatre, simple fold up chairs to sit on.
See it if you might like a show about a possible work place romance , and the consequences that come from the suspicion of the office workers .
Don't see it if you don't like small Lower East side performance spaces with uncomfortable seating.
Also The actors were all very good, and the play was staged quite well.
See it if you like plays about office politics, nuanced exploration of workplace discrimination and realistic characterizations.
Don't see it if you are bothered by numerous on stage set changes, serious exploration of discrimination issues and favor escapist entertainment.
See it if you like plays addressing current social and political issues showing different perspectives, too. And, to see how biased people can become.
Don't see it if you expect a well-rounded script, smart staging, and comfortable seats. Acting was good, except the boss' role acting was not convincing.
See it if You like to see 'real life' office relationships examined in an intelligent way even if the play-writing is a bit uneven.
Don't see it if You are impatient with an emerging playwright's attempt's at dramatizing an interesting social conundrum
See it if you want to see an interesting perspective on office romance/relationships.
Don't see it if you want a well-written, flushed-out play. This felt a bit Hallmark movie-ish. The show needs work but has good potential.
See it if you are interested in office relationships. See if you like realistic plays. 3 office room mates acted well.
Don't see it if you want great acting. No need for weird clothes/furniture changes between scenes.
See it if You want to support new works, you're interested in the gray space of the #MeToo movement, you enjoy vibrant supporting characters
Don't see it if You want a succinct, polished script, you're not interested in contemporary issues, you need a production with lots of bells and whistles
See it if you are interested in the other side of #metoo; very realistic portrayal of a small office with all its' back biting and jealousies
Don't see it if you are bored with the #metoo movement and the many variations thereof. You prefer a more professional production; this one has possibiliti
See it if you want to be teased as to a mature, modern office politics play... but it's only a tease. Complex topical themes not fully explored.
Don't see it if want a gripping drama, thought-provoking scenarios, any tension building or a truthful ending. If I could have blocked out the last 15 min
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