This new dance musical explores an eerie and erotic story, and asks "how far will you go to keep the one you love?" Directed and choreographed by Tony nominee Joey McKneely. More…
When a married woman starts an affair in her NYC pied-a-terre, she discovers it is haunted by spirits. Trapped by their own violent past, the spirits try to stop this affair from escalating. Past informs the present as the cycle repeats itself to a dramatic conclusion.
See it if You’re interested in seeing a really good story (though not exactly original), really clever staging, interesting lighting and sound.
Don't see it if You can’t overlook some really weak singing. They’re all pretty good and some of the songs are great but they (he) don’t project well.
See it if Songs & voices* Dances* Story* Set* Costume Designer* Background Music * Spooky Stuff* 90 minutes* Revenge is Sweet a 95 & a 90%
Don't see it if Theater Location 90 minutes (for some) It rained It closes today
See it if you’d enjoy seeing a sexy central couple in bed for a couple of hours, with frequently intruding dancing spooks providing lots of atmosphere
Don't see it if you have no tolerance for cheap romance.
See it if you appreciate dance, enjoy a love story mixed with strange happenings presented in song, word and movement, like intrigue, great lighting.
Don't see it if you want sound perfection-the mic-less voices were often drowned by the music which at times seemed distorted; you can't put 2 & 2 together
See it if you like mysteries evoked with beauty and grace. The use of the stage is particularly evocative.
Don't see it if you are distressed by plots based on marital infidelity.
See it if you enjoy a play that uses creative use of dance and stage to tell a ghostly story. Need to be patient with this plot revealed late in play.
Don't see it if you like a traditional play told with words.
See it if you like interesting dance sequences; supernatural elements; some good voices. Always a pleasure seeing Irina D. She elevates the material.
Don't see it if you want a show with a consistent flow that's easy to follow & characters that you care about.
See it if you want to be thoroughly entertained by a talented ensemble. Great effects. This show could be a blockbuster with some polish and rework.
Don't see it if you are not open to unusual shows at small venues, regardless of how good they are.
See it if Visually stunning. Dancing and acting and staging were so original. So refreshing to see a dance musical.
Don't see it if If don’t like Theater out of the box and newly imagined. This has a surreal element so if you don’t like that that it’s not for you
See it if You really like ballet. Or you want to hear about other people's affairs.
Don't see it if The songs are a bit flavorless. If that's going to be a problem, don't bother.
See it if You are interested in a story told through dance.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy ghost stories, dance, singing, or a story based on marital infidelity.
See it if You're up for a predictable at times hokey but ultimately engaging musical ghost story. Fine leads & dancers mostly flesh out thin material.
Don't see it if You dislike melodramas or ghost stories or musical versions of either.
See it if WOW was I surprised. I had very low expectations coming into this and until an unacceptable last scene it was near perfect.
Don't see it if a last scene that currently justifies the selfishness of all the characters turns you off.
See it if You are are looking for a play with music and dance that is at moments successful in achieving a level of spookiness.
Don't see it if You are looking for a well-constructed ghost story or romantic drama. The music sung on stage is tedious and it never adds up.
See it if you want to support the cast or the production crew; willing to give this overwrought mishmash with unsympathetic protagonists a chance
Don't see it if a buff guy in his Calvins, hipster haircut & bad tats crooning & spooning with a high-heeled, spoiled lady-who-lunches would bother you
See it if you are a fan of ballet. Irena D. is exquisite and there are some lovely dance sequences. If you want to support new works.
Don't see it if even if you like dance, this is still hard to sit through. It was painfully slow, with banal, cliched lyrics and dialogue.
See it if You like dance performances, or enjoy unique performances in small settings with creative use of minimal staging.
Don't see it if You need big productions with fancy staging, or only like musicals with catchy songs and strong lyrics.
See it if You like classic ballet and a strong female voice. This was an interesting interweaving of the two and felt like a fresh story. Well done!!
Don't see it if The male lead singer had a pretty voice but his singing was from the throat, not diaphragm, and he paled compared to lead female. She shone
See it if you're interested in hybrid shows; you like to support indie theatre; you're intrigued by the supernatural; you enjoy "what if" stories
Don't see it if stories involving marital infidelity leading to murder would bother you; narratives that punish the adulterers & sinners are too grim
See it if you like concept musicals, ghosts, well-done ballet, and more multi-method presentation of musicals.
Don't see it if you expect musicals to mostly be composed of songs that work and provide highlights. Are bothered by characters that are a bit flat.
See it if you'd enjoy a great concept even if it needs more of development, you'd like some good songs even if they are not all fitting in this show.
Don't see it if you do not like hybrid musicals, you do not like the melodramatic, you do not like good performances in an uneven (but promising) show.
See it if You like lovely young voices (without microphones!), an offbeat plot and some decent (albeit melodramatic) ballet thrown in.
Don't see it if You dislike longish lead-ins (I almost walked out before the play even started), spooky events, murder or suicide. The end is a real bust.
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