Arthur Miller's prescient 1978 play, never before seen in New York City, forces us to confront politics as theater, where blending the truth with lies is all part of the game. More…
4 old friends - writers, lovers, activists, celebrities - gather in a 16th century palace on one evening in a country where power is all and nothing can be trusted. Is someone listening to them? Can any of them speak freely? Can they resist the powerful forces that surround them and still maintain their art?
See it if If your interested in a back wall Arthur Miller play. Acting is good with what they have to work with.
Don't see it if To long, to wordy. It drags on and becomes uninteresting. If you only like Arthur Miller's more popular works.
See it if ur a Miller completist & want to see his rarely-seen late play about Cold War espionage, paranoia, oppression & suppression of free speech.
Don't see it if u want to avoid an inert production of a generally didactic, verbose, familiar & dramatically unsatisfying play.
See it if you must see all of Miller's work and for the the group of actors who are generally good on a great set.
Don't see it if you want some action - this all takes place over 100 minutes in the same place and is mostly talk among the five characters.
See it if Meeting of four minds is this unclaimed Miller play. Thinly-veiled of historical events drama with Miller perhaps sympathising w/ each view.
Don't see it if Difficult to not draw parallels to what's unfolding today w/ spying, which makes for a relevantly dated evening. Two hours w/o a break?
See it if You are a Miller fan and want to be able to say you have seen all his plays and this is the only one you hadn’t seen.
Don't see it if You think you’re going to see a masterpiece of theatre, you most certainly are not ! Although the dialogue was in English I couldn’t figure
See it if Previously unproduced Arthur Miller play about censorship in the Soviet bloc countries in the 1980’s. Who do you trust? Good acting
Don't see it if You want action and a coherent story line. One character is totally unnecessary. 90 minutes with no intermission
See it if U’re a fan of Arthur Miller and want 2 c an unseen (in NYC) play if his. I enjoyed the story’s closeness 2 our days of Trump. Funny moments.
Don't see it if You’re looking for something light and airy.
See it if Dissident writer, American author, communist sympathizer, and poetess/actress in Eastern Europe react to crackdown by government agents.
Don't see it if If you are confused by a plot that is a thinly camouflaged description of actual historical events and has no clear resolution.
See it if you are a fan of Arthur Miller and have not had your fill of his seemingly incessant theme of McCarthyism under every bed cover.
Don't see it if You're expecting a takeaway worthy of Miller. It reminded me of why I love Williams: even if the play is bad, there is a worthy phrase.
See it if you want to delve into labyrinthine arguments & discussions about dictatorial regimes on artists & people in general.
Don't see it if you expect even a modicum of interesting drama and dialog from one of the greatest writers of our time.
See it if you absolutely must see every Arthur Miller play.
Don't see it if you want something cohesive. I also had trouble understanding some of the actors as they were not projecting.
Also Sometimes there's a reason why plays are not produced.
See it if you at a time when you can see 2 brilliant Miller plays, The Crucible and All My Sons, you want to see an epic fail.
Don't see it if you want to see a show with well developed realistic characters.
See it if you'd like to see a rarely performed play by Arthur Miller w/a lot of interesting themes & ideas/
Don't see it if It's slow and very talky. There's really not much of a plot and the ending seemed very abrupt to me.
See it if you're a big fan of Arthur Miller and want to see every play he wrote.
Don't see it if you want to see a play that was written well, with good direction and acting.
See it if you’re a Miller completist, though this play is not among his best and this production not ideal.
Don't see it if Unwilling to overlook some clumsy staging, can’t sit for 100+ minutes of play that is short on dramatic action
See it if you love Arthur Miller and want to see one of his less frequently performed works (which is why I went).
Don't see it if you don't love Arthur Miller and you don't like plays that are set all in one living room.