"Peter Gil-Sheridan madly conjures up a très-gay fantasy that imagines his own storybook marriage to the glamorous tennis superstar Rafael Nadal...Overlong and terribly silly, the farce is bolstered by the campy pleasures of director Morgan Gould’s staging, which cultivates hothouse performances amid a blizzard of tennis balls." Full Review
See it if Want to see a silly fantasy in the mind of an obsessed fan. Cleverly staged and overacted just the right amount.
Don't see it if Need substance. A bit too long - could have been trimmed to be a one-act play.
See it if This is a goofy play that is a lot of fun if you don't mind suspending your disbelief for adult swim-style random humor.
Don't see it if It was a bit long and had (in my opinion) unnecessary attempted moments of gravity amongst the madcap silliness.
See it if men in underwear or shirtless, willing suspension of disbelief, sassy/picaresque/gay adventures, Rafael Nadal's embodiment would please you
Don't see it if gay characters/female counterparts, fantasy scenarios, upscale settings with downscale production values, Castilian accents would offend you
See it if you're interested in what happens when a playwright paints his fantasy life onto the stage. (And in this case it's pretty interesting.)
Don't see it if you have trouble with low production values and uneven acting performances.
See it if You enjoy clever writing and charming performances. This play is funny, well directed and well performed.
Don't see it if you are easily confused, the play makes us work a bit to keep up with the conventions but it doesn't ask too much of it's audience.
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