Both comic and heartfelt, the Dramatic Question Theatre's new comedy is about obsessive pet owners and the search for unconditional love. More…
Jenny is in love with Peanut, her cat. Naturally, then, Taylor, her husband leaves. Now, Jenny wants Taylor back, only he’s found someone else, Porkie, his new dog. What’s Jenny to do?
See it if you love animals, humor, and great acting!
Don't see it if you don't have or want to have a pet; you don't enjoy adorable sets; you don't want to laugh about relationships between people and pets.
See it if You like light hearted romance comedies and puppets (a dog & cat) and want to have a laugh. It was a fun fast moving play that I recommend.
Don't see it if You don't like puppets in shows or don't like animals or romantic comedies.
See it if you love pets, or you know someone who does. You like to see new pieces in development.
Don't see it if you don't relate to pets or people who have them. You want to see a finished product of a play rather than an early workshop.
See it if You enjoy seeing actors immerse themselves. You like when animals talk in plays. You enjoy a small and intimate stage
Don't see it if You prefer subtly in dialogue. You aren't a fan of high energy acting. You don't like puppets.
See it if What’s more adorable than talking pets? Well, possibly the young couple in conflict over having a child. Or the funny neighbors. And
Don't see it if Bare-bones workshop production trying for good production values in a very intimate space. You don’t like pets or babies.
See it if you like romantic comedies that are fluffy, literally & figuratively, or if you have a soft spot for adorable animals that are able to talk.
Don't see it if you are interested in seeing a show that is realistic in nature and in set design.
See it if The puppets and some good acting are the best things about the play. Also the ingenious props.
Don't see it if You are annoyed by listening to much too much dialogue about getting pregnant and listening to a lady endlessly baby talking to her cat.
See it if If you enjoy a farcical look at pet owners and marriage this can make you smile
Don't see it if If you find the old plot device of portraying the husband as a buffoon to be insulting you probably should find something else to see.
See it if you want to see a workshop piece with some acting highlights, interesting use of puppets in a light comedy with potential when tightened up.
Don't see it if you want a polished production - the sets are cartoon-like in keeping with the romantic comedy presentation. It is a bit long.
See it if You know the actors , you like cats and dogs , you like small theaters , you can get a free tickets
Don't see it if Don’t like cats and dogs , you prefer short plays , want more thought provoking theater
See it if You want a cute play about people & their pets. You like puppetry. You want to see a great performer: Nikaury Rodrigrez-hilarious!!
Don't see it if You hate puppets. You want multi-dimensional characters: everyone was given only 1 note to constantly repeat throughout the play.
See it if you want to support the endeavors of small theater groups.
Don't see it if you have no patience for silliness.
Also I believe the show closed already, so no need for other feedback.
See it if You like shows with great puppets. You enjoy RomComs.
Don't see it if You are looking for a comedy that lands. Or want a play that really digs into it the whole pet thing. Didn't resonate with me as a cat mama.
See it if you are such a big pet person that anything related to cats and dogs will entertain you.
Don't see it if want to see good writing. The book is basic and none of the characters are likable. The set is all made of cardboard and cheap.
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