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 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 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).