Set in an abandoned ski shop, New Ohio Theatre and Piehole's new piece examines chronic patterns of apocalyptic despair and what it takes to face the sublime. More…
In 'Ski End,' a group of 30-whatever urbanites finds itself stuck in a flood-damaged building with a makeshift skate ramp, dead birds, and the tattered banner of a final blowout sale. From these clues they ritualistically reanimate a bygone world of Ski, until they incite a cosmic force.
See it if I live for surprise & weird, but there has to be some payoff. Only family and friends need support this.
Don't see it if They have been working on this for three years? Blending normal with surreal & mystical doesn't work if you can't establish authenticity.
See it if you're willing to indulge total nonsense and don't respect your own time.
Don't see it if you expect a plot, sympathetic characters, or a decent pace. This production starts off lifeless, and then proceeds to drag on and on.
See it if You're interested in seeing well done, experimental theater that will stick with you after the show ends!
Don't see it if You want to see a show with an obvious plot as well as an obvious ending.
See it if i saw the ice factory version of this and then opening night. it is one of best shows i've seen all year, period.
Don't see it if no...you should see it. it might be challenging for traditionalists, but there's no question it is worth experiencing the magic
See it if You love the interesting and creative side of theater -- its not kitchen sink, but its not pretentious "experimental" theater. Its just good
Don't see it if You aren't willing to go on a journey and think for yourself