This new play follows Becka and Scott as they arrive in an apartment that has seen better days, in the elegant-sounding Waldorf Towers. A comedy about love, trust, and letting go. More…
Becka (a doctor working as a resident at a local hospital) and Scott (a carpenter and musician) are thrilled to have their own place in a neighborhood they love. Their parents help them move in and – after seeing a drug deal or two, collecting crime statistics, and noticing cars tend not to have hubcaps – promptly vow to get them to move out. They go further than most, creating comic consequences that engulf the building – and the neighborhood.
See it if U want to see a fast paced linear hilarious comedy with perfectly casted actors. U like Claude Solnick’s plays & this one is the best so far
Don't see it if U dislike comedy. U expect play to have a social or historical comment like a few of Solnick’s past works.This one breaks the mold. Funny!
See it if Romantic comedy with a heart, full of laughs & surprises. Young couple w/meddling parents. Distinctive characters. Cool indie music.
Don't see it if You are not interested in a light satire poking fun at parental & spousal relationships. Also lampoons cops, doctors & lawyers.
See it if you like fun plays that border on farce a la Neil Simon, you enjoy a great ensemble cast, you like seeing a brand new play come to life
Don't see it if you want a bigger, fancier stage/venue, want a musical or something more serious
See it if The new husband and wife are solid characters but their parents are caricatures. The super is sympathetic but his assistant is too goony.
Don't see it if The plot is a bit sketchy and the jokes don't always land, but the audience loved it. Needs more performances to pull off the farce.
See it if you're anyone with a pulse who has had parents. Just about everyone can relate to this fun, campy, and very relevant play.
Don't see it if you don't like to laugh and have a good time!
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