MBL Productions presents an evening of six short plays from playwright Jennifer Jasper. More…
A boxed-set of six quirky stories nestled into one evening. Seven words map the course of a young couple’s life. A young woman is on a perpetual quest to move forward with the help of her butler. A mother discovers parenting is an obstacle course in the modern age. Three generations of women find a common voice. Chloe and Essie remember. Passengers await their final destination. 'Pressing Matters' wastes no words as Jasper weaves tales in her own humorous and heartfelt storytelling style.
See it if You want to see some short plays that sort of sneak up on you with their relevance. They seem rather light and trite at first glance.Not so.
Don't see it if You're unwilling to give these little thinkers a chance.
See it if my 75 partners 85 6 shorts skits. some very clever. one or two obtuse.. some good acting. thought provoking
Don't see it if no need for the intermission Use of vaudeville signage not needeed as unable to view from many seats
See it if you're interested in short plays featuring really smart writing examining some very small, intimate moments with style and honesty.
Don't see it if you're only wowed by high production value. This is a scrappy production but the writing and acting and direction are pretty great.
See it if You'd like 6 edgy/funny vignettes - loved the one about the airline and several others
Don't see it if The vignette right after intermission really dragged & was quite boring, but all the others were fun!
See it if you want to see 6 one acts that are pretty balanced across the board
Don't see it if you want to see a straight regular play. You need to be able to think quick because some of them are short and they move right on
See it if Six quick plays loosely related to each other that have some interesting moments are enough to keep you entertained.
Don't see it if You don't like short plays that don't have fancy sets.
See it if you like to see plays that make you think. They have stayed in my mind & I keep thinking about them.Very touching & funny.Acting is 1st rate
Don't see it if you need shows that spell out every little detail.These shift in time & place.I had no trouble following it,but you do have to pay attention
See it if You like short plays. You want to see some interesting performances that might be a bit slow at times but well performed.
Don't see it if You need elaborate productions. You don't like short plays.
See it if you'd like to support a new emerging playwright's efforts; you think you'd enjoy six short plays, some of which have overlapping characters
Don't see it if you aren't willing to sit through some seriously BAD plays to see a couple of above average ones.
See it if you enjoy a series of 6 short plays about problems with love; you like trying to figure out where the storyline is going
Don't see it if you'd rather see a longer play with a real plot. you don't enjoy plays that jump back and forth in time,
See it if You like the idea of 6 unique, short plays, focusing on women, & don't need intricate sets or epic stories to enjoy a trip to the theater.
Don't see it if you judge shows on their sets, costumes, etc. This isn't for people that seek a flashy musical, or memorable drama. It's good, but neither.
See it if Clearly the producers made an effort to combine stories w/ jumps in time, but afraid none of these tales or characters resonated with me....
Don't see it if At least not prior to intermission when I left.
See it if You want to support new work & enjoy short plays w/some interesting and creative ideas that don't always work.
Don't see it if If you are expecting a high quality production. This seemed very amateurish and was only mildly entertaining
See it if You are interested in the work of a playwright who shows promise but isn't there yet. Good acting is enough for you.
Don't see it if You are seeking something fresh and original.