Tony nominated director, Martin ('Annie') Charnin, helms this New York premiere about a newly married couple facing a life-changing decision. More…
In this new American play by Cate Ryan, a young couple are confronted with a gut-wrenching decision, one that will impact their parents, their consciences, and the rest of their lives.
See it if You like contemporary drama with relevant themes and believable characters. You can"t stay uninvolved as soon as the theme is revealed !
Don't see it if You can't deal with realistic dramas about heart wrenching subjects. This is not light theatrical fare.
See it if You understand Catholicism, holiday traditions Like dramas about difficult decisions, controversial topics, family drama. Like great acting!
Don't see it if You expect edgy, modern characters who keep you on the brink of discovery. Expect an exciting new perspective on a current topic.
See it if you enjoy straight theater by seasoned performers on a lovely set that you'd like to live in. No easy answers here.
Don't see it if you have a strong opinion about abortion that you want validated. No real solutions are presented & the plot and characters feel artificial.
See it if I really can't recommend this play to anyone. It manages to offend both sides of the abortion debate - a neat trick.
Don't see it if A bunch of people sitting around talking about things that are none of their business. Preachy. Made no sense.
See it if You're ok with a quiet somewhat clichéd if well meaning serious drama designed to begin conversation; or have conservative friends to bring.
Don't see it if You're looking for a light-hearted evening, a detailed intellectual discussion or have unshakable conservative views of social issues.
See it if you got free tickets and you're in midtown and need to sit down for an hour and a half.
Don't see it if you're too shy to leave a theater during the middle of a show.
See it if You like serious themes like religion and ethical dilemmas and acting that's earnest
Don't see it if You expect the writer to respect the audience by not having the actors guess stupidly about what could be wrong with their pregnant kids
See it if It has a very nice set. may provide for a good discussion after the show about a difficult topic. you like your shows dripping with cliches
Don't see it if you enjoy a show with sharp dialogue that makes sense, relationships that are believable. provides 'thought out' arguments on a loaded topic
See it if You get a free ticket. Terrible script, and most of the cast overacts. The son was mostly good but his final scene was SO hokey.
Don't see it if You're looking for a satisfying theatrical experience and value your entertainment dollar.
See it if You want a serious drama about a heavy topic. Though it wasn't the best play, it does make you think about how you'd react in that situation
Don't see it if You're easily depressed, don't like talk-heavy plays or are narrow-minded. This play did not blow me away at all, but the actors were decent
See it if There are no other shows playing & someone offered you free tickets. The book was absolutely pathetic. Didn't blame the actors; they tried
Don't see it if You love theatre or even like theatre or hate theatre but want to try it out one last time.
See it if Interested in dramas focused on human relationships and what it is to love and be loved.
Don't see it if You don't like watching PDA with older actors.
See it if you enjoy drama. Show was tight, but often predictable & bit repetitive. Ending excellent. Plot a bit reminiscent of Twilight of the Golds.
Don't see it if you are looking for light, enjoyable show.
See it if you have a lovely suburban Connecticut home and you're looking for some home decor ideas. The set is nice.
Don't see it if You want the play to be more interesting than the furniture.
See it if you enjoy dramas. It's a serious topic, even if it doesn't go in the direction you think it was going. It mostly works, but it's confused.
Don't see it if You're looking fluff, or a more logical narrative. There're tangents that needed to be more realized. The second couple was better written.
See it if You are particularly interested in abortion.
Don't see it if you are looking for original, thought provoking drama. This play was predictable, boring and lacking absorbing dialogue.