Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominee Melissa Gilbert stars in this one-woman comic drama that explores how to cope when the world you have built comes crashing spectacularly down.
Rachel Lipsky Haringay is divorced and abandoned by her irritatingly round-headed husband of many years after he discloses his Argentine lover, "Rosa the Posa." Now alone in London, Rachel is left to deal with an empty nest, a disapproving mother, a misogynist lawyer, some dubious counselors, a bad case of hypochondria and the specter of poverty. With only the family dog Axal for company, Rachel mourns her marriage, picks up the pieces, and learns to live whole again.
See it if Gilbert gives a great, very funny and believable performance is this really well written one-woman play.Great direction.Very relevant themes
Don't see it if Sets are very sparse though she makes use of the entire stage and several little props. It never gets dull.
See it if You enjoy solo shows. A very authentic look at what happens & how one feels after a relationship ends. Gilbert is wonderful in this.
Don't see it if You dislike 1 person shows or plays with simple staging.
See it if you want to see a grown-up Melissa Gilbert act out grown-up issues in a safe, pleasant, winsome solo show about a "woman of a certain age".
Don't see it if you expect to see or hear anything new or original about the timeworn tale of the privileged woman scorned & "finding herself" post-divorce.
See it if the story of a woman forced to mature when her fickle husband forces a divorce interests you. It is told with charm and some humor.
Don't see it if you believe in the title. It is not a brilliant divorce. The beginning sets up an expectation of liberation but it fails to deliver.
See it if Melissa Gilbert stars in solo show moving on as a divorcee from a bad Brit and multiple characters advising. Talented and likable actor.
Don't see it if one person centerstage reflecting on a bad marriage.
See it if I would not recommend seeing this. Felt v. long although was 90 minutes no intermission. Hard to stay awake. Strange messages conveyed.
Don't see it if I don't understand how this got produced. The play itself is boring, why are we being told this story? It has nothing new to add.
See it if Love the way she imitated characters telling her story, it funny too. It about breaking up that anybody can relate to.
Don't see it if Not alot of things going on stage. It's talking.
See it if You like MG's charisma, She stays watchable, but is too sweet in dull script w directorial missteps. A familiar divorce tale w nothing new
Don't see it if Are easily distracted/annoyed by bizarre staging, inexplicable props, a dated script, & stage business that's fussy, incoherent & just weird
See it if You’d like to see Melissa Gilbert portray a woman of a certain age dealing with the impact of divorce.
Don't see it if You don’t like a one woman show or a few Britishisms.
See it if Nice to see Melissa Gilbert however the play was lacking in focus . Difficult to stay with the character.
Don't see it if If you do not like a slow solo show.
See it if You want to see a one woman show about divorce and the single life after divorce. You like Melissa Gilbert. You want to have some laughs.
Don't see it if You don't like one person (woman) shows. You do not want to hear about a 40 something year old woman and her divorce and life after divorce.
See it if you like a one show about her journey from marriage, divorce, single life, self doubts and renewal with fine acting.
Don't see it if you desire a story that is original with new perceptions rather than something that has been "done" many times before.
See it if you'd like to see a very relatable Ms. Gilbert on stage. She's a charming, confident storyteller who holds our interest—few slow spots aside
Don't see it if solo format, minimal set, or mostly fluffy content would irk you, tho you'll likely come away smiling & won over by a scrappy performance
See it if Melissa Gilbert has a great voice and she commits to the performance, Funny at times but also pathetic. Color palette was odd.
Don't see it if you are looking for an upbeat story, it's a sad expression of loneliness and aging.
See it if If you want to see Melissa Gilbert in a one woman show, deal with divorce and being single over 40. The humor is fitting.
Don't see it if You dislike one woman shows.
See it if you like Melissa Gilbert and want to see her give this one woman show her all.
Don't see it if you dislike one person shows and you want to see a new theme for a play about divorce.
Also Ms. Gilbert was a delight.
See it if You like one wo(man) shows and like to watch one actor play several characters.
Don't see it if Divorce is too long and not always interesting but the end is very effective and affecting.
See it if you’d enjoy touching performance by Melissa Gilbert as she shows us a glimpse of vulnerability and misery of going through unwanted divorce.
Don't see it if you don’t like one woman shows, topic of divorce/infidelity or struggles of divorcees or if you only enjoy big productions & elaborate sets.
See it if You adore Melissa Gilbert. This solo show is very funny with thought-provoking moments. Staging very interesting. Melissa is captivating
Don't see it if Don't like solo shows
See it if you like one-woman shows; if you've ever been dumped; if putting one's life back together is interesting to you
Don't see it if You want a play with characters and action and music
See it if Melissa Gilbert does a great job in a rather predictable one-woman show about the aftermath of divorce. Gilbert is charming and entertaining
Don't see it if Gilbert brings this character alive even though the play tip-toes through the rough patches but no worries there is light at the end.
See it if You like Melissa Gilbert. One man show could be hit or miss, this one was unfortunately dry, sad, not really entertaining (even the jokes)
Don't see it if Almost non existing staging, don’t want to hear long and excruiating painful of story of divorce, one man show and high hopes of Melissa.
See it if Melissa Gilbert is charming, but suffers at the hands of the script. Rachel, her character, is self-pitying and lacks self-awareness.
Don't see it if You enjoy characters who make developmental progress. The ending seems random and unearned.