See it if You like the idea of a fully immersive play that is set in a live bar where you can drink during the show if so inclined
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with gay love scenes and sexual abuse . Don’t like an intimate setting of less than 50 people
See it if If you like immersive interacted theatre with tough themes,and a great story.
Don't see it if If you are uncomfortable with men kissing, and themes of sexual abuse.
See it if you love a good non linear memory play that is superbly acted, emotionally powerful, intimately performed, & beautifully written.
Don't see it if you don’t like cramped performance space, non linear storytelling, difficult subject matter, gay love story. Read more
See it if you want to see some fantastic acting by the lead in a very intense play.
Don't see it if you're sensitive to discussions of childhood sexual trauma or suicide.
See it if You can be in an intimate setting as part of the audience. The writer was brilliant in the way you learned about each character.
Don't see it if If you’re intimidated by being part of the set in this beautiful performance. Read more
See it if You enjoy a well-written, well-acted compelling story, staged quite interestingly. Really enjoyed.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy a gay theme or serious human issues. Read more
See it if you like huge love drama in intimate (very effective) setting that puts you very close to the action yet w/o required interaction w/ cast.
Don't see it if you prefer a big venue/production. This is in a bar setting of less than 30 capacity which may be too close for comfort but a drink may help
See it if you like artfully crafted character explorations of the complex human flawed variety
Don't see it if you like the story laid out in a simple, linear, consecutive construction Read more
“The playwright’s poetic symbols meaningfully represent the mother/son relationship, establishing...the unique beauty of the love between them...The exceptional talents of a powerful ensemble with precise, empathetic direction...bring the production to life. They allow its complexity to soar. Without this cast and director, who ironed out the potential problems with characterization, the production would have been less memorable, less dynamic, less authentic.”
“An immersive experience. While not interactive, the action is as close as a whisper and as affecting as a lightning strike, especially magnified with the reach-out-and-don’t-touch closeness of the cast...Villar-Hauser’s direction and staging give us tantalizing emotional and intellectual glimpses and this amazingly talented cast exposes the pulpy nerves of the psyche.”