Keen Company presents A.R. Gurney's comic drama about a middle-aged man and woman who meet at a cocktail party and ponder beginning the relationship that eluded them 30 years ago. More…
While the pair rediscover each other and themselves, a bevy of delightful guests rally behind them. With poignancy and laughs, this classic Gurney play reminds us of the infinite possibilities in life just waiting to be pursued. A romantic tale of missed connections and hope for new beginnings.
See it if If you're sentimental about reconnecting with past romantic partners and don't mind seeing a dated play with corny stock characters.
Don't see it if Just don't bother w/this one ... embarrassingly cliched characters run in and out of this out of date play where you care about no one.
See it if If you like a play that looks at the paths our lives and whether we have the ability to change that path.
Don't see it if If you're expecting a conflict & resolution plot-line from a casual cocktail party.
See it if you are a fan of Gurney's work or you need a place to take a nap.
Don't see it if you want to be entertained. There was no point or message. Just a bunch of people engaged in small talk that went no where.
See it if You're interested in seeing the relationship challenges of over-50's adults. You're a fan of A.R. Gurney's work.
Don't see it if You'r e not interested in relationships limited to white, upper class folks. Some of the references are dated.
See it if the frigidity of WASP life interests you. Gurney's the master and this play captures the frozennes and compare it. The set is five-star.
Don't see it if you want to be emotionally moved, despise close-ups of suburban home parties or don't like it when one actor plays multiple roles.
See it if I.liked it because I like shows about that milieu, upper class civilized folks who do foolish things
Don't see it if If you want something lively, where people change and don't repeat the same mistake
See it if Not the first show I would recommend. A little slow and obvious. The book left the actors out on a limb and never saved them.
Don't see it if Not Gurney's best although similar in theme to many of his productions. Nice that the ending was ambiguous nothing else required any thought
See it if You want to see the supporting actors outshine the leads
Don't see it if You’re a fan of Barbara’s work because she did not deliver in this play.
See it if you like thoughtful, well written plays about second chances from a sincere, heartfelt company.
Don't see it if you're looking for a fast-paced thriller.
Also The set and lighting was completely entrancing. So beautifully done.
See it if you're an A.R. Gurney fan, looking for a clever rom-com, or in need of a story that's beautiful staged and wonderfully acted.
Don't see it if you're jerk and you hate theatre.
See it if There are some amusing moments, mostly thanks to Markel who does a great job at playing many comic characters - she steals the show.
Don't see it if You enjoy stories that can be based in reality. Nearly everything that occurs is completely unrealistic, character choices make no sense.
See it if If you like A.R. Gurney as I do. It is funny at times, good plot. Gurney usual Anglo type play set in Boston deals with older people coming
Don't see it if to grips with life. Don't see it if you don't like 1 actor in multi roles. The character Ruth is very weak and it gets a little slow attimes
See it if you can appreciate Gurney's lofty slice-of-WASP-life drama where a lot is said but not a lot happens, esp. on this tony Boston rooftop.
Don't see it if you expect explosive drama or uproarious comedy from this understated play about missed connections & second chances; you hate multi-casting