Part of FringeNYC: Seven women. One unsettling new art exhibit: photographs taken surreptitiously of people in a small town. Fearing humiliation, the women unite for a summer night's escapade to face the sad, funny, beautiful truth. A philosophical comedy about seeing and being seen. More…
Categories: Comedy, Drama, Local. From Theatre for Human Beings. Written by Tasha Nicole Partee. Directed by Tasha Nicole Partee.
See it if you are looking for a thoughtful, originally written play acted with good individual characterization.
Don't see it if You care more about the effect of the whole than the parts (in fairness there are a lot of parts).
See it if you don't mind seeing a cast of irritating and mostly unappealing characters, though it held my interest and raised some interesting issues.
Don't see it if you have any better options. It wasn't the worst Fringe show I have seen this year. But a lot of the acting was cloying and way over the top
See it if you like shows about women with snappy dialogue and good characters. I think it would be better edited down to 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Don't see it if Talk heavy shows about women.
See it if you're a fan of asking yourself questions you probably don't have the answer to (or if you like neighborhood gossip)
Don't see it if you're bored by philosophical questions
See it if you like witty dramedies with varied, complex characters. Also, it's an ALL-FEMALE CAST which is the freakin' best.
Don't see it if you want hard-hitting, edgy comedy.
See it if If you like funny characters and interesting plot twists, then Mrs. Schrodinger's Cat is it. Fantastically written and acted!!!
Don't see it if You don't like entertainment!
See it if you enjoy simple theater that feels like a "day in the life" of, and causes you to laugh a bit and think a bit too.
Don't see it if you are looking for avant garde theater.
See it if You prefer light hearted sitcoms over action and drama, or quirky characters having conversations.
Don't see it if You're impatient with a slow-pace and little action or conflict.
See it if you like quite simple stories and many jokes about women living in a small town.
Don't see it if you expecting something to learn about Schroedingers cat.
See it if You're looking for something somewhat intellectual but not too dense.
Don't see it if Youre looking for something fast paced. It's not too slow, but they take the time needed to explain the people and their ideas.
See it if you enjoy pondering the right and wrong of artistic freedoms and moral judgement before and after your life is affected by the situation.
Don't see it if you want the story to give you all of the answers without you having to think about it yourself. Not for kids.
See it if you're interested in an essential aspect of being human, in a play that's NOT ponderous or didactic but IS funny and touching and well-acted
Don't see it if you only want to see a completely polished play--there's work needed to eliminate some lapses into cliche and vagueness
See it if You like stories of quirky, flawed, but endearing, out of work, overworked, lonely, female characters, invent a scandal, question identity.
Don't see it if If you require something highly polished. If you didn't like Waitress, since the characters are similar and subject matter is a bit weighty.