Retro Productions kicks off its 2019 season with one of the longest running Broadway comedies of the 1960’s, about a divorced couple who are reunited, in the hopes that they can avert an audit by the IRS. More…
Mary is a compulsively wise-cracking magazine editor who uses her sense of humor to shield her insecurities, while Bob is an infuriatingly sensible publisher. Their marriage ended in divorce and they haven't seen each other in 9 months, but now Mary has been called back to Bob's apartment by their mutual friend and lawyer, Oscar. Throw in Bob's young fiancée Tiffany; his old war buddy, the handsome and single film hero whose star is in decline, Dirk Winston; and one major snow storm--and we begin to wonder, will Mary and Bob recognize that they are soul mates in time to get back together before they each end up in the arms of another?
See it if you enjoy witty discussions between men and women. These characters express their feelings with intelligent dialogue.
Don't see it if you don't like a lot of discussion of marital problems between ex's. The views of early 1960's affects the dialogue.
Also This is a small stage but was nicely set. .Acting was good.
See it if You want a light and funny evening at the theater and an escape from today!
Don't see it if You don't have a sense of humor, don't like rom-coms, don't have an appreciation for the past.
See it if you are in the mood for a light, very funny retro show with a fabulous cast, great design, and a look into what 1961 was like for women.
Don't see it if you have no ability to understand that it was written in 1961, and it was a different time, and you need to take it from where it comes.
See it if you love throwback period comedies, the kind they don't make anymore. The acting and directing are top notch, and design is great.
Don't see it if you hate witty wordplay, romantic comedies and farce
See it if This is one killer script with an expert cast giving bravura performances. Gorgeously crafted! every aspect of this production thrills.
Don't see it if if you're not in mood for a hilarious period comedy with a 1960s asthetic.