The Gallery Players presents this revue with songs by Stephen Sondheim, about two urban singles struggling through a night of deep yearning and sweet fantasies while never leaving their respective apartments. More…
Together they breathe new life into a collection of trunk songs that were culled from the original Broadway productions of shows such as 'Follies,' 'Company,' 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,' and 'A Little Night Music.' Featuring rarely heard Sondheim numbers, 'Marry Me a Little' is a tribute to all the New Yorkers who've ever found themselves alone on a Saturday night thinking about love. Note: There are three sets of alternating performers; check the website for their schedules. 'Marry Me a Little' runs in rotating rep with 'You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.'
See it if You like outside the box thinking when it comes to interpreting a classic show. Great direction!!
Don't see it if You don’t like your classic shows changed in any way.
See it if Gender fluid staging of Sondheim divertimento Saw male/male evening w Rifat/Williams. Good vocals from both with Rifat better in acting dept
Don't see it if Lack of plot causes evening to grow static; as well as similarity of songs. Highlight - songs cut from Follies & A Little Night Music
See it if Too late... Marry Me just finished the run ..The .two gals who we saw had great voices
Don't see it if you do want to see Sondheim songs that did not make it the first time
See it if You love Sondheim—or don’t—and want to support young performers celebrating the 50th year of a venerable and independent local theatre.
Don't see it if Brooklyn is conceptually a world away from you, or if your Sondheim needs to be fully orchestrated or more than this rarely done revue is.
See it if like Sondheim; there's no real plot, just two single people on a Saturday night with some obscure Sondheim songs. Cast rotates
Don't see it if Want a plot, linear story telling or a big production. It's a small chamber piece
See it if You want to hear many of Sondheim's lesser known songs performed by a wonderful community theater company
Don't see it if You want a play with a meaningful plot or an elaborate production
See it if You want to hear sophisticated music, passionately performed. An unusual concept, witty and intelligent.
Don't see it if Expect a lot of plot, get bored with song after song not varying much in emotion or meaning.
See it if you love Sondheim songs from musicals and songs that didn't make it reimagined and sung by great actor/singers with no amplifiers.
Don't see it if you've never heard of or don't like Sondheim or you don't cross rivers to see great performances in small Brooklyn theaters.
Also Congratulations to Gallery Players on their 50th anniversary.
See it if If you like obscure (for some) Sondheim songs sung really well by two distinctive actresses.
Don't see it if Unless you don't mind reading the playbill to understand the concept of the story - if you like up tempo songs and understandable stories.
See it if you love Sondheim and don't mind going to South Park Slope for a 60-minute revue.
Don't see it if you're expecting a full-size musical with story, or want to hear Sondheim songs from his popular shows.
See it if You like Steven Sondheim music and lyrics and love love small theatre. Its ALL music/songs.
Don't see it if you want spoken dialogue since it is entirely music/songs. There really is little story line...
See it if love Sondheim, enjoy clever staging and discovering lesser know songs
Don't see it if you expect strong voices that can carry Sondheim's melodies at higher octaves.
See it if you're a Sondheim fan. It was great to hear some of his lesser known works re-imagined in a new context. See it to support community theater
Don't see it if you prefer shows with structure or high production value. One of the actors was fantastic and the other one was lackluster. It distracted me
See it if You love Sondheim in any form. A never boring production from the never disappointing Gallery Players. Mr. Rifat is always engaging.
Don't see it if You don't like Sondheim or short musicals.
See it if You love Stephen Sondheim and are familiar with all of his work. But also if you're not familiar because everyone should become familiar.
Don't see it if You want dialogue and "plot."
See it if you're a Sondheim stan who wants to hear early, cut songs
Don't see it if you're looking for much of a plot - it's a revue.
Also I saw the M/F cast, but I'm sure all three pairings are excellent.