Axis Company presents an ensemble driven adaptation of the 1952 Western classic. More…
In this interpretation of 'High Noon,' the Wild West is not the place of heroes and adventure, but a landscape of overbearing nothingness where humans, and their moral conflicts, are cast in glaring light. As the town awaits the alleged return, and savage revenge streak, of a murderer on the noon train, their marshal desperately tries to rally support and save his own life.
See it if You don't mind movie to stage adaptations, you can take a slower paced drama and like an ensemble cast.
Don't see it if You prefer fast moving drama...
See it if you want to see actors act as hard as can. Great writing but the direction was so overdone.
Don't see it if you think you'll see the movie.
See it if you want to see a first-rate ensemble in an incredibly affecting exploration of the American West, human mortality, and nihilism.
Don't see it if you are too attached to the movie--this isn't your ordinary Western...
See it if You like experimental theatre, ensemble productions, ambiguity.
Don't see it if You love the film of the same name and are expecting to see that.