"The Brothers Paranormal" follows two Thai brothers who launch a business to investigate paranormal activities. More…
When they investigate the home of an African-American couple, who have been displaced by Hurricane Katrina, their notions of reality, fantasy, and sanity clash against the shocking truth. This play highlights how present-day humanity deals with grief and the beauty of compassion that is revealed even in our darkest hours.
See it if You like plays dealing with serious subject matters. Also if you like horror stories with a twisted plot.
Don't see it if If you prefer shows with a lighter plot and if you don't like horror shows.
See it if You like a play that has multiple (and deeper) meaning beyond the storyline played out on-stage.
Don't see it if you don't care for amateur, unpolished acts. Except for 2 actors, the acting wasn't good; play could have used some editing
See it if you enjoy clever theater that is thought provoking, surprising and entertaining. You care more about psychology than about horror
Don't see it if you are sensitive to death / ghosts. If scary special effects are anxiety triggering for you
See it if you want a suspenseful drama about ghosts, family, and exorcises the past.
Don't see it if you want to be shocked. It's not really scary and some of the design elements undercut the play.
See it if you enjoy ghost stories with a twist, and you like theater that explores the immigrant experience and family dynamics across generations.
Don't see it if you don't like being scared in the theater.
See it if Creative, well acted, not a comedy, but funny at times, not really scary, but scary/creepy at times. And a bit emotional at times.
Don't see it if You don't like stories about the supernatural, brief scary moments turn you off.
See it if you want to see something original, interesting, well-acted with more diversity than most plays and shows on Broadway.
Don't see it if you don't want to see something kind of heavy or get spooked easily
See it if It is engaging, hilarious and heart breaking all at the same time. The play cleverly woven love/loss and immigration struggle. Love it!
Don't see it if In this day and age, if you really don’t care anything about Asian cultural and immigrants.
See it if you appreciate a rich, complex immigrant family ghost story (with some really good jokes). great blend of humor and thoughtful drama
Don't see it if the horror elements nicely handled (and not grotesque), but may not be for you if you mind a scare once in a while