Randomly Specific Theatre presents this new dark comedy about seeing an opportunity when it falls in front of you. More…
Life has beaten Christopher Abandonato down. He’s got a dead-end construction job, a wife who puts him in his place, and an out of work brother-in-law living in his basement. But he’s a dreamer, and he’s convinced buying abandoned storage units is his ticket to becoming rich. He just needs to find that something that will change his life forever.
See it if You like comedy w/ something to say about fame & money. You like dark humor. You like plays in intimate playing spaces. You enjoy new works
Don't see it if You don't like dark comedy. You prefer more upbeat themes. You prefer plays w/bigger production values.
See it if you want some comedy and a U-turn ending by a playwright who has done better. The idea is good, the script repetitive, the cast energetic.
Don't see it if you want perfection - there is some overacting, some overly loud scenes and some trimming necessary.
See it if You want to see a funny play that also makes you think by the hottest playwright of our time
Don't see it if The only reason not to see this play would be if you are in capable of walking up four flights of steps
See it if you like melodramas that are predictable. The acting is over the top in a cartoon sort of way.
Don't see it if you are looking for an intelligent drama about greed.
See it if you enjoy supporting small theater companies. Described as 'dark comedy', but doesn't really get dark until the end.
Don't see it if you prefer bigger epic plays. It's not bad, just not well-cast, & felt unfinished (ending seemed like it was tagged-on to meet a deadline).
See it if a fellow fan of prolific Phillips. Don't mind 4 long flights of stairs (tho rewarded w/ free wine). Expecting goofy comedy vs. edgy satire.
Don't see it if expecting Phillips's better, quirkier Weekend Will End or Arbuckle Syndrome; need likable characters—tho McRae charmingly conjures Tyne Daly
See it if you want a really enjoyable time. A funny look at what people will do for the almighty dollar.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy seeing people at their greediest worst
See it if It wasn't as dark of a comedy as advertised, but, it had its moments. Nice set design for a black box theatre. Cast was well-connected. Some
Don't see it if Crude language, but, humor kept up with the times. It's worth the affordable value. wasnt thought-provoking, but, I'd say see it.
See it if You want to see a good comedy with great writing/play with very different characters interact about an eyeball of a deceased father/husband
Don't see it if You are into big play/theater,not a fan of dark comedy,use of foul language,family drama,a constrution workers abmitious dram to make it big
See it if It's funny and absurd but grounded. I laughed a lot. There's a lovely bit in there about the Godfather Vs Goodfellas.
Don't see it if The ending doesn't support the weight of what came before and some of the Jersey accents are hit or miss.
See it if You want to just have a little fun and be entertained. Not heavy–just fun!
Don't see it if you are looking for a show with a lot to say or a lot of production value.
See it if you want to have some old-fashioned fun tinged with some thoughtful overtones. I appreciated the playwright's quirky humor & turn of phrase.
Don't see it if your evening at the theatre always has to be an earth shattering experience.