Lost Tribe Theatre presents the US premiere of this British drama in which two men share their solitude and their secrets over the course of one night. More…
Jonah is 26, Otto is 62—two men different in every way. But not everything is what it seems when their lives collide one summer's night in a mysterious walled garden on the south coast of England. As their stories of love and loss unravel and memories of the past come to light, it's clear neither can be the same again. 'Jonah and Otto' is a humane, comic, and ultimately haunting exploration of what it is to be alive.
See it if Two people don't seem to have much in common, but are drawn to each other. Sharp dialog and some unexpected developments.
Don't see it if I never fully bought into these characters and their relationship, but fine acting helped and I enjoyed the ride.
See it if you want to see great acting. This play features two great actors that are really balanced. Balance means the world to me.
Don't see it if you want a big crazy set with fireworks. This is all about the acting and building to a clean finish as we say in the wrestling business
See it if You want to stretch your horizons about relationships between the the old and the young.
Don't see it if you are not open to life, love and friendship beyond what you currently know.
See it if You believe British accents make a play interesting. You enjoy pretentious, obnoxious faux Beckett.
Don't see it if You're interested in being emotionally engaged, or seeing real characters who actually talk to and not at each other.
See it if you'd like some delicious moments between 2 great actors, and are in a contemplative mood. Bonus for Brits - it's got references galore!
Don't see it if dark, two-handers aren't your cup of tea.
See it if you're interested in seeing serious, thoughtful performances in a play about the conversations between 2 characters.
Don't see it if you're looking for a big, loud production.
See it if you can. An excellent cast lead a top notch production. Pitch perfect direction and spot on production design catapult the story forward.
Don't see it if you you've never wondered what life is about.
See it if You appreciate great acting. Jonah and Otto entertain the crowd for 90 minutes without pause. It's brilliant.
Don't see it if You are bringing children. The language can be colorful!
See it if You want to get an incisive look into what it means to be human, and all the trials and tribulations that come with the territory.
Don't see it if you're only looking for a light-hearted play to pass the time.
See it if You are willing to explore the vulnerability of being human and to reflect on what can come from sharing that vulnerability with others.
Don't see it if You are not willing to accept or consider that and how, even in our brokenness, we need each other.
Also Beautifully, powerfully and sensitively acted. Emotional!
See it if you're invested in one on one interpersonal dramas that just get out of hand. It's surprising how intense it gets!
Don't see it if You fear meeting people who might really connect with you in a scary way
See it if Very much. The acting of the seizure was superb & the subject was very interesting. We hope it will eventually go to broadway.
Don't see it if We were very impressed with the show & the acting. Bravo!
Also With minimum setting it was a maximum message
See it if You like talented actors and a script that you ponder and talk about for days.
Don't see it if You want plays to express an unmistakable point of view rather than make you reflect.