See it if you like absurd British theater that takes on religious issues. Here, an energetic cast takes on a tough script.
Don't see it if you don't like absurdity to go on too long. I found this presentation tiring, accents and voice projection uneven amidst loud, long bursts.
See it if you are excited by avant guard drama. The opening scene is wildly funny.
Don't see it if Repetitious, often unclear material irritates you. The initial energy of a big active cast dwindles to a series of monologues by the end.
See it if Grave luuving "trumpeters" live amid the dead awaiting & debating Grandad's resurrection.Theology:"May the martyrs receive you in 2ndcoming"
Don't see it if Large cast w/ uneven accents. Blasphemy.Mean-spirited shots negate the debate/discourse from rising. "You enjoy your resurrection, sunshine"
See it if You enjoy shows that poke fun at religion
Don't see it if You don’t like experimental and very over-the-top theater. There are loud and annoying screams and noises throughout
See it if You like experimental theater with religious wit & very quirky characters. The actors made a valiant effort to Interpret this play.
Don't see it if If indeed there was a point to the play, I sincerely missed it. Unfortunately, I would recommend to skip this one.
See it if you want to see some mostly good actors struggle to perform a very bad, hokey, totally pointless play. Costuming was good too.
Don't see it if you want a coherent plot; even acting, consistent accents.
See it if The height of absurdist drama performed by a cheeky cast with witty asides intrigues you. Reminiscent of Firesign Theater.
Don't see it if You want a simple plot or a straightforward premise.
See it if you are interested in a highly symbolic take on religion through the lens of an English sitcom. Enjoy big comic performances.
Don't see it if if you mind confusing structure and unclear ideas. Choppy scenes and cliched characters that are attempting to work as symbolic archtypes.
See it if U like British style comical play that is meant to be bizarre, absurd, & silly fun fantasy. The script is very original & direction good.
Don't see it if U dislike farce over the top zany plot. U don’t like slightly outdated British humor or loud noises. It is worth seeing just for originality
See it if You like to support a large cast doing their best with an involved script. For a small stage they did a great job and created Atmosphere.
Don't see it if You don’t like experimental work. It is totally full of quirky characters and it may be difficult to identify with.
See it if you like Bouffon style theatre that takes place in working class England, possibly Birmingham, in a graveyard full of relatives and friends.
Don't see it if you have headache and are tired of waiting for the resurrection to occur in this torturous production with no intermission.
See it if you wish to support community theater.
Don't see it if you expect good writing, good plot or general entertainment in a play. Don't see it if you dislike unnecessary screaming and shouting.
See it if Only if your close friends with a cast member and you are under some kind of obligation.
Don't see it if You don't want to waste an evening on a stultifying, offensively bad show.
See it if You have a friend in the cast. Or you are a genius that’s going to try and figure out what the show is even about for the rest of us.
Don't see it if You’d like a navigable play that makes sense. Or would be offended by some unannounced nudity.
See it if If you like ear splitting screams and a ridiculous plot abut raising the dead sprinkled with irreligious overtones.I saw it on closing night
Don't see it if You can't stand ear-splitting screams, a garbled irreligious show with explicit sexual acts in a play about raising the dead.
See it if One might enjoy this if the primary criteria are the energy and enthusiasm of the cast
Don't see it if You would not like the show if you want a coherent plot or consistent accents (some are British, some are American, and some are a mixture)
See it if You’re a fan of British Absurdism, but then again if you are, that may be a reason not to
Don't see it if You are a casual theatre goer looking to have a nice night out with a friend/date. Or if you dislike constant screaming and loud trumpeters