See it if You like experimental theater.
Don't see it if You like stories told in a standard way
See it if you want an intelligent, entertaining show with incredible music, discussing serious topics, but in a way that can open dialogue.
Don't see it if you have a tough time hearing about suicide or eating disorders.
“Akira Kurosawa's ‘Rashōmon,’ which ingeniously told its story from multiple character perspectives, has inspired countless others to concoct their own slippery tales. But, of course, most of these imitators struggle with the problem of not being Kurosawa. ‘The Pill,’ a family memoir comprised of several intergenerational viewpoints, is the latest proof that a plot device can only take you so far.”
"Experimental theatre can be a barrage of whacky, fun, nonsensical and in-your-face storytelling. 'The Pill' has all these elements wrapped into one...Leni played by Zoe Wilson is one to watch...The minimal white sets are used as a backdrop for video footage to convey emotion, humor, and push the narrative. And, it works. The dynamic between these zany characters is rich and often comes together with witty dialogue and sometimes song."
"A play with every human feeling on display...It makes you want to break down...All the acting is superb...The directing is excellent...the choreography is astounding...All the songs are terrific...'The Pill'...doesn't feel finished, you would like to see it expanded further, on a bigger stage, you can imagine a rewrite that expands the vision not of the play itself but the staging proper...'The Pill' deserves it."