Locked in the Attic Productions brings back this evening of one-act plays by Seanie Sugrue exploring the question of whether love is dead. For mature audiences only. More…
Act 1: 'The Apple and the Tree!' drags through the meager life of Trevor. A young man burdened with the seemingly impossible task of convincing his relations that he has been raped—by two women.
Act 2: 'Two Minute Kenneth!' follows a seemingly incompatible couple as they resort to violence to solve their conflict.
Act 3: 'My Goldfish Loves Me but I Hate Your Guts!' ambles recklessly through a sinuous account of the life and misery of Maggie, an unhinged prostitute looking for retribution.
See it if You like to see a series (3) of 1-act plays, which are all connected. Small theatre. Campy/decent acting, gun play, violence, drugs, sex,
Don't see it if Mayhem, vulgarity. Strong subject matter, covered by humor. Well done. If offended by any of the above- do not see.
See it if you want to see far-fetched, dark comedy, featuring 3 separate but cleverly interlaced shows
Don't see it if you are offended by profanity, sexual topics, blood and violence
See it if three entertaining stories about betrayal and violence; some comedy and silliness
Don't see it if you don't like guns; want something a bit more realistic. it can be a bit far fetched at times
See it if you like short, interconnected pieces and want to see good acting up close.
Don't see it if you're not comfortable with casual inclusion of prostitution, drug use, death, etc.
See it if you like "in-your-face" staging - both literally and not. It's small venue adds to the intensity of the experience as if you're part of it.
Don't see it if small venues is too close for your comfort & if Queens is too far for comfort. The show/cast/plot make it all worth checking Secret Theater
See it if you appreciate the absurdity of love, and if you like a troupe and theater that are in your face, and will even offer you a big beer.
Don't see it if you want a big lavish musical, or don't like leaving Manhattan Island.
See it if you are a masochist and would enjoy the torture of watching a mediocre production of a less than mediocre play.
Don't see it if you believe that drama should be interesting and stimulating and comedy should actually be funny.
See it if Dark yet Funny is your taste. 3 one-acts that are interconnected.
Don't see it if You're upset by gun violence, stage blood, Sexual situations, and some off color language.
See it if You like dark comedies, don't mind the envelope getting pushed, enjoy entertaining performance, enjoy good writing
Don't see it if easily offended, want to watch a play where characters make rationale decisions
See it if You want to see an intense and refreshing play that well acted and engaging.
Don't see it if You're easily offended or can't swallow dark, uneasy topics or comedy.
See it if You love dark comedy. The play is like a rollercoaster going back and fourth between comedy and tragedy.
Don't see it if Easily offended and are scared of guns. There's also a ton of profanity, but it's justified.
See it if You enjoy independent theater with great acting and over the top satire.
Don't see it if Don't like guns blood or gratuitous amounts of swearing.
See it if You enjoy dark humor. The play begins as a seemingly light comedy but takes an insane turn about twenty minutes in.
Don't see it if You didn't like Pulp Fiction.
See it if You have a sick sense of humor. You will be judging yourself at certain parts where you find yourself laughing.
Don't see it if You are easily offended. There's parts of this play where I'm sure some people will get up and walk out. It's dark but also hysterical.
See it if You love to laugh and love great acting. Hilarious show. Great writing. Intense. Never a dull moment
Don't see it if Cannot handle foul language and don't have a sense of humor.
See it if you like seeing very talented actors giving their all, and relentless whiplashy swings between disturbing darkness and clever comedy.
Don't see it if you're planning a lovely evening with your granny.