Moral Support
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Moral Support NYC Reviews and Tickets

57%
(13 Reviews)
Positive
23%
Mixed
62%
Negative
15%
Members say
Slow, Relevant, Absorbing, Confusing, Ambitious

About the Show

This naturalistic, family drama, autobiographical in detail, mixes elements of poetry and surrealism with a very real portrait of a troubled family and the demands of love. 

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Member Reviews (13)

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942 Reviews | 225 Followers
51
Banal, Indulgent, Slow, Excruciating

See it if If you want to see a show about dysfunctional families.

Don't see it if Needs a lot of work. A 51 was generous. Plot and story are not good. Acting so so.

764 Reviews | 212 Followers
59
Banal, Insipid, Slow, Confusing, Disappointing

See it if you want to support the cast - some good moments, but not enough to carry this play.

Don't see it if you want a good drama on family troubles and how they are resolved. This play meanders with uneasy scene changes and too many monologues.

668 Reviews | 155 Followers
54
Suffocating, Boozy, Undramatic, Talky, Drab

See it if you collect stories about desperately, destructively unhappy families.

Don't see it if you like your dramas dramatic: This one is all talk, & that talk is about hurt that occurred years ago. Read more

411 Reviews | 72 Followers
58
Family biography, Series of monologues, Memory play

See it if Post mortem of a dysfunctional family delivered by various family members in self-justifying monologues.

Don't see it if When stressed, a dysfunctional family becomes more dysfunctional.

383 Reviews | 103 Followers
25
Disappointing, Insipid, Lacks direction

See it if if you want to see how abusers use guilt and love to victimize.

Don't see it if you want to know something that you didn't know walking into the theatre. It you want some redemption for the victim. Read more

374 Reviews | 69 Followers
68
Ambitious, Thought-provoking, Disjointed

See it if You are intetested in stories about dysfunctional families, addictions and abuse and you do not mind somewhat disjointed storylines.

Don't see it if You prefer well crafted plots and carefully developed characters or are sensitive to topics of abuse, addiction or dysfunctional families.

332 Reviews | 42 Followers
69
Relevant, Absorbing, Entertaining, Slow, Thought-provoking

See it if You want to see a play about family dysfunction and how it can come back to bite you. You don't mind simple staging and family drama.

Don't see it if You are not interested in hearing about family problems. You don't like small theater productions.

280 Reviews | 45 Followers
55
Disappointing, Overrated, Slow

See it if You're into very slow, very depressing drama

Don't see it if You want a feel good experience

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