See it if You want to see a loving, tender, graphic portrayal of brutality and torture. An interesting look into what you hope to never see.
Don't see it if You just want fluffy, fun, mindless theatre.
See it if Very well acted play that gets slow at one point but overall a well done plot and direction.
Don't see it if Not a fun story. Deep, riveting. If u want lite, easy or musical.
See it if Miller's hard, clinical, haunting look at life in captivity Performed in the round by two compelling actresses, audience is captive as well
Don't see it if Dramatically, It's slow, tedious & inscrutable, just like their imprisonment It's also the reward of its existential Beckett-like appeal
See it if you are interested in how extremely cruel incarceration erodes the human psyche—& in what can survive such an ordeal.
Don't see it if scenes in which characters undergo intense psychic discomfort are too much for you to bear.
See it if concerned about journalists & others held as political prisoners & their conditions, how captives try to stay sane & are tormented
Don't see it if frightened by issues of captivity & hopelessness, especially if it is two women depicted, don't like horrific conditions displayed
See it if you want to experience what the mind does to those in confinement, here well portrayed by two actors with an interesting script and set.
Don't see it if it is important for you to hear every word as this is in the round and voices get lost when pointed away.
See it if you are interested an exploration of the extremes of relationship possibilities. Two women trapped in a prison cell for an undefined period.
Don't see it if you are expecting a plot with a resolution. Nothing is explained, not the location, not the time, not the cause or previous events.
See it if You want to be up close and personal with two really good actors that give it their all
Don't see it if You will be bothered with a story that explains nothing, you learn nothing and nothing is resolved in the end
See it if interested in how 2 women cope with confinement in every sense of the word; a political theatre take on Beckett's "I can't go on I'll go on"
Don't see it if Not willing to taste some the same boredom & repetition the characters are forced to endure. Uncomfortable with raw situations.
See it if You want to see two expert actors. Friedman and Hayon find novel, theatrical ways to humanize and conceptualize their characters.
Don't see it if The play has important things to say, but by not grounding it in a tangible, discreet reality, we are unable to get inside and hear them.
See it if you're open to chance taking writing; you're working on being present; you've lived thru hardship & understand the need to hold it together.
Don't see it if If you don't have the patience, appreciation for Godot meets subtle Contemp Realism; you wouldn't enjoy Stoppard's question game for 2 hrs.
See it if you like intense two-handers and are interested in a depiction of how being held in captivity affects the human psyche.
Don't see it if you’re looking for a linear plot or an upbeat night at the theater.
See it if you like plays about people imprisoned forever, somewhere (with very committed performances)
Don't see it if the semi-abstract anyperson style of the scenario leaves you anwhere and nowhere
See it if you like "we're locked in a cell" plays. Terrific acting, esply Friedman. Script grounded in reality (eat, exercise, pee, talk) YET many...
Don't see it if basics unanswered: why imprisoned? what country? professn? No discussn of outside world response. Still, actors make much of ltd material.
See it if Want to look at the human psyche under devastating circumstances. Play's raw & dark, surprisingly tender, even funny in spots.
Don't see it if Want linear/fully explained plot. Play omits a LOT. It does drag a bit & playwright also directs. Would benefit from outside objectivity.
See it if u want to see excellent acting by two women playing captors in an unknown place and situation doing what any two might do in such conditions
Don't see it if you can't deal with "raw" and "intense" and need to know where and why they are imprisoned - for me the play was aiming for the universal.
See it if you have empathy for people in dire straits, you can deal with emotionally upsetting material
Don't see it if You want something upbeat or a typical drama, you can't put yourself in other people's shoes.
See it if You want a well acted two character play about women held captive...you leave asking a lot of questions...poor air conditioning..great set..
Don't see it if you want a clear and cohesive narrative...you have to fill in the blanks.
See it if It's a somewhat touching meditation on friendship and love in adversity.
Don't see it if There's a fair bit of implied violence & it's intense. If you heard "women in prison" and thought "Shannon Tweed," this is not for you. :)