In 'The Chekhov Dreams,' Jeremy’s fiancée has it all – beauty, intelligence, beguiling charm. She’s also dead, but that doesn’t stop her from visiting him every night in his dreams. This blissfully aberrant arrangement unravels with the interference of Jeremy’s hedonistic brother and his overly enthusiastic acting scene partner, with whom he’s stuck working on a scene by Chekhov – the one writer he loathes. Worse yet, this actress is starting to arouse the jealousy of his betrothed just as she’s beginning to reveal her true powers. Jeremy’s fiancée may be to die for, but will he go that far?
See it if Conflicted suicidal writer torn between possessive dead girlfriend and cute young crush. Sexy romantic comedy with clever surprises.
Don't see it if Indulgent and belabored at times. The young girl was unconvincing. Would have preferred a more ambiguous ending.
See it if you like an amusing play with very funny situations. Excellent set for a small stage. The dialogue is very entertaining. Good characters.
Don't see it if you do not like comedy or romance.
See it if you want a very well acted and intelligent modern comedy paralleling Chekhov's "The Sea Gull." Delightful from beginning to end.
Don't see it if you want to miss one of off-B'way's surprising delights.
See it if you love good comedy, a little goofy yet intelligent.
Don't see it if you don't like mysterious apparitions. Otherwise it is great.
Also A fun evening with a dash of Chekhov and other literary allusions.
See it if you believe in life after death, lol. Want to see well-acted and engaging play about the intra-psychic difficulties of surviving a spouse.
Don't see it if You demand clarity and logic in theater.
See it if This is an entertaining play that feels very "pre-#metoo." But Chekhov -- my man! -- makes an appearance!
Don't see it if If you're a Chekhov fanatic, like myself, you'll be charmed but also confounded by the unsubtle message to leave things unsaid.
See it if don't mind rambling, drawn out plays about self involved people. The cast works hard and the direction is fine.
Don't see it if are looking for a play that is worthy of the issues touched upon here.
See it if You love great,committed acting, literary wit, a fast pace, good dialogue and a surprising tale that has at heart a love of Chekhov!
Don't see it if You don't like emotional tales, a bit of whimsy, and romantic, dreamlike conundrums
See it if Like a serious play that has humour but is also thought provoking
Don't see it if You are looking for a quick play with a fast resolution.
See it if You want a well written witty smart play that parallels the art of playwriting. Great acting & intriguing plot keeps you engaged throughout.
Don't see it if No reason not to. Some cutting could be done near the end, but overall an enjoyable story well worth seeing.
See it if you like an intelligent, well interpreted script. Brilliantly directed and very well acted. Modern love story with some dark overtones.
Don't see it if you insist on all your characters being living humans. Some deceased characters interact beautifully with the living.
See it if you like heartwarming and entertaining stories. See it for a new perspective about Chekhov! Very funny!
Don't see it if you want pure comedy without substance.
See it if You want to see people discussing Chekhov and what a "great/not great/great/not great" writer he was.
Don't see it if Obscure literary jokes and "will they, won't they" comedic romances aren't your thing.
See it if you love theatre that hits you at the height of your intelligence, is very funny, and beautifullly acted and directed! Great theatre!
Don't see it if Just go see it! It’s fantastic!
See it if You like intelligent, funny, original story, great direction, beautiful tech, excellent acting.
Don't see it if You don't care for love stories, adult situations. Sexual references.
See it if You enjoy comedy and characters broadly-drawn—a la TV sitcom. It’s light, somewhat funny and easy to digest.
Don't see it if You are expecting to see a thought-provoking piece paralleling Chekhov as advertised. That’s a stretch.