In David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a sudden, life-shattering car accident claims the life of their little boy. More…
As this bittersweet story opens, 8 months have passed since the tragic accident and the family is still in mourning over their devastating loss. With honesty and humor, they work through their grief and pain searching for comfort as they try to cope and find their way back to the light of day.
Note: this venue is not wheelchair accessible.
See it if Couple descends into deep grief & anger after loss of their son. Family struggles to help. Nuanced, realistic writing & acting.
Don't see it if You are uninterested in going on an elaborate, compelling journey into grief. There are also funny moments. Theater is a 4 flight walk-up.
See it if like family dramas that deal with real issues that people experience. Great acting, great staging, great set. A beautiful production!
Don't see it if you dislike small, intimate theaters, hate plays that make you think and dislike good acting.
See it if You appreciate an onion-peel approach to story development or enjoy small / intimate theater with very talented actors and A+ script
Don't see it if You can’t climb several flights of stairs (no elevators) or you get overheated easily (AC is weak and intermittent)
See it if You like intense dram about a subject that is so disastrous. The acting is superb. It is a 40 seat theater so you sit.
Don't see it if If you don't want to cry or if sitting too close is too traumatic.
Also The SHOW ENDS TODAY 6.23/19 SEE IT!!!!!! Tickets are $20!!!!!
See it if You like realism and seeing actors up close bearing their souls in a small theater (they call it “close up theater”).
Don't see it if If the thought of losing a child is too much to be able to sit through. Otherwise, you’re crazy not to see it.
See it if You want to see a brilliantly written drama (with some great comedic relief) acted by a powerful cast
Don't see it if You’re in the mood for a light farce or musical
See it if Intimate theatre puts you up close to the actors and the incredible detailed and layered performances and set
Don't see it if It’s a heavy subject matter, but the play’s masterful writing gives you comedic breaks so nothing is ever too depressing.
See it if ...you like great acting, an engrossing story, and the dramatic pedigree of Maggie Alexander.
Don't see it if The air conditioning is so poor that the elderly might have their attention on that aspect rather than fully paying attention to the play.
See it if you like good acting, good staging, and a very intense experience.
Don't see it if you are sensitive about the subject matter, which revolves around grieving for the death of a small child.
See it if you like to be captured in a story that allows you to see through the lens of a broken couple recovering from such a devastating loss.
Don't see it if you can not handle a consistently depressing setting and are prone to either crying or weeping.
See it if This show included brilliant acting skills and an intriguing plot line. The plot never left a boring feeling and it continued to surprise me
Don't see it if You have a hard time being in one spot for a while. It is a pretty long performance
See it if You want to see an engrossing take on grief in all its various forms. See it if you like to cry (ahem--sweat from the eyes).
Don't see it if Grief and stories about the gut wrenching reality of losing someone is too fresh for you. The emotions are REAL.
See it if Beautifully acted....Do not miss Maggie Alexander....definitely a rising star!
Don't see it if If you are in the early stages of grieving a death, it might be overwhelming.
See it if You love dramas that make you think, and enjoy a more intimate theater experience.
Don't see it if You are struggling with loss of a loved one, and aren't ready to be immersed in those emotions.
See it if You like high quality productions in a intimate setting - the acting, staging, and set are fantastic. A rollercoaster of emotions.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy heavy topics. Every scene packs a punch and will make you contemplate deeper questions on coping with life and death.