The audience follows the life of a young man named Neil who has terrible luck in love. Unbeknownst to Neil, much of his disastrous bad fortune is due to his dead, overbearing mother, Elaine, meddling in his love life. Drama unfolds as Neil seeks to break his unlucky dating streak, while simultaneously helping his father find love again. An endearingly nosy upstairs neighbor, Millie, and her smooth-talking late husband, Fonzie, are among the quirky characters who interfere in Neil's romantic escapades as the story progresses.
See it if You want to see a play that involves people holding on to loved ones that have passed away
Don't see it if You are expecting something that is polished, cleaned up and ready for an audience
See it if you like to support smaller local theaters, new writers; want something inexpensive
Don't see it if you found the premise (funny, touching play about connections between the living & the dead) intriguing - it disappoints ..
See it if you want to support shows/co's @ Theater for New City. Cute show, w/a few funny performances. Saturday matinee was packed, lots of chuckles.
Don't see it if you can't sit through slow 100min show w/no intermission. Wanted SO much to like it more, but playwright doesn't deliver on premise promise.
See it if You want to support new plays. The bones of a fun story are somewhere in there.
Don't see it if you want a tight, coherent story. Too many plotlines that come out of nowhere. Over long. I thought it ended, but now, one more scene to go.
See it if You want a funny show about the trials and tribulations of dating
Don't see it if You want a satisfying conclusion to the story of some sort.
See it if you want to torture/punish yourself for any misdeeds,
Don't see it if you like characters who do not make sense with lines or with voice inflections.
See it if You are open minded to the connection between the living and the dead. Or lost someone & understand the impact their memory has on your life
Don't see it if You get confused with multiple characters interacting, or believe when you die you are gone leaving no mark or influence behind.