In this world premiere comedy, an elderly South Florida couple tell their children that they are nudists in order to get them off their backs. More…
Fearing that their parents are unable to tend to themselves, the children won’t leave them alone. So the couple – with the help of other senior folks – devise a plan to detract them. They announce that they are nudists! Their plan succeeds…in a most unusual way.
See it if You like small production, funny dialogs and people who are not afraid to look laughable; if you live or work nearby and have nothing to do
Don't see it if You are too critical; expecting top of the hill production for the $20 you paid for the ticket
See it if You like community theatre; this is the true definition of that. Venue has a lot of bathrooms and conveniently located next to a precinct.
Don't see it if The premise was good, but, weirdly executed. I can see where lines were flubbed a little. Set is meh, but, it's a black box theatre. There
See it if you want a night out. Plot was good, but some parts were slow-moving
Don't see it if you want great acting. I thought some of the cast overacted & some seemed to forget their lines
Also Theater seats have no leg room.
See it if You want to see a simply staged, cute story line play performed by actors that are enjoying themselves.
Don't see it if You don't like small theaters with simple staging. You are very critical.
See it if The premise of the show was unclear. The acting was flat & in one case just plain bad. Had to leave at the intermission.
Don't see it if You enjoy good work in the theater. This is not it.
See it if you enjoy going to see your dentist's kid's sister's niece in a school play. Thats about the level of show here.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy that the only clever idea is completely given away in the synopsis. Whats left is an empty shell of an idea, poorly executed
See it if You like high concept plots. You want to support a non-professional theatre company w/an enthusiastic cast. You're friends w/the company.
Don't see it if You expect a company of trained actors & a work-shopped plays. You prefer contemporary storytelling & play structure.
See it if get few laughs and to support trying to succeed presentation if not demanding high quality production.
Don't see it if considering creators and actors credentials, this show is not up to that standard. Music interludes are too long and the dialog needs trim.
See it if you want to sit through a long play with a good plot with some fun moments but does not hold well together. The bright spots are too few.
Don't see it if you expect a professional production - too much is amateurish here. The play needs editing, the action and time between acts sped up.
See it if you think it's got a great plot idea (which it does). Execution though needs a LOT of work. Pretty simple dialogue. Fun background music.
Don't see it if You want a smart comedy. Of the 5 scenes, 1 can be cut completely with no loss to the story and actually confused me why it's there.
See it if plot had an interesting premise, so if you don't care if the play is amateur, but only want to be entertained
Don't see it if You appreciate fine acting, staging, and dialogue and are a discriminating theater person.
See it if You don’t mind watching people recite lines rather than actors perform. This is a great concept but the writing, direction and talent needs
Don't see it if You expect the production to live up to the concept. The script needs a lot more work as well as staging and talent.
See it if you seek a play about naturism (w/o any nudity) that actually treats social nudism w/respect instead of squeamishness, scorn or ridicule.
Don't see it if you are discerning. [It's barely a comedy, the actors barely know their lines, the set's barely held together & it's barely worth your time]
See it if You're interested enough in the premise (family dealing with the oldies becoming nudists) to put up w/ a BAD production. Good bits are rare.
Don't see it if You can't stand actors who barely know their lines, flat dialogue delivery, 5-minute-long scene transitions, old men in speedos
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