In Jeff Stolzer's provocative new play, a married couple places a winning bid on an abandoned storage locker in the hopes of finding valuables inside. What they discover instead turns out to be a lot more than they bargained for.
See it if you are intrigued by the avant-garde, not so obvious and enjoy off-off-off-off broadway productions.
Don't see it if you are confused by non-apparent themes and are expecting polished sets, performances, and the like.
See it if You like a good show, creatively written. The acting, while pretty good could have been a lot better.
Don't see it if You don't like plays with a message.
See it if you love edgy plays, unafraid to portray life as it is. In this case, questioning the realism of "Reality TV".
Don't see it if interested in a rosy staging.
See it if you want to see a play that is different and clever.
Don't see it if you prefer classical plays and musicals.
Also Braaaavooo! Great Job all around!!
See it if I founded this show interesting and full of surprise. The way the director played the role was great. Like suspense and technology
Don't see it if Do not like technology and suspense
See it if You're willing to ignore bad acting by 33% of the cast just to see a hot guy's package in underwear; you want gratuitous homophobic language
Don't see it if You expect to hear lines delivered by people who sound like they speak the language. (The actress' intonation was confused and unnatural.)