Boomerang Theatre Company presents the world premiere of this drama about four young people struggling with loss and uncertainty in their stifling hometown. More…
It's 2008 in small town USA, and there is nothing Norman Rockwell about it. Simon's returned home after two tours in Iraq to find his alcoholic mother dead by suicide and his younger brother, Terry, strangely obsessed with an early-90s video game about ancient Sparta. Between Terry and his truck stop co-worker Lisa, and Flynn, their mother's co-dependent former drug dealer, Simon's dream of peace and quiet quickly evaporates.
See it if I don't think I could recommend this play to anyone in its current state.
Don't see it if The experience is like watching an acting class at the early stages of working on a play. Work that would be thrown out for better choices.
See it if you like to know what's is very relevant to some people in our lives
Don't see it if there is really no reason not to see this show.
See it if See this if you want to see intense, amazing acting. This show is very relevant. They talk about topics such as PTSD and DRUGS. This show
Don't see it if is a MUST SEE.
See it if Imperfect things with potential are helpful for you to see. You like intimate theater. You like fixing directing problems in your head.
Don't see it if PTSD, addiction, and death being handled without a super-fine touch bothers you. You tire easily of monologues.
See it if you are riveted by other people's problems, like a train wreck you can't take your eyes off of.
Don't see it if you don't like drama. (It's NOT a comedy)
See it if you want to see a play where characters cope with PTSD and depression in a realistic and raw way.
Don't see it if you're not into stories about people returning from wars or fighting their own wars.
See it if If you want to see topics not openly talk about ... post partum depression, death and drug as a solution to all problems
Don't see it if You don't want to confront dealing with death, depression and drug addiction and strict drama
See it if Actors are so good! Story line is even better! One of the must see if you like intimate plays . Relevant story, funny and realistic.
Don't see it if you don't breathe
See it if you enjoy creative staging, strong acting and deeply flawed characters.
Don't see it if You have an aversion to loud noise and/or diverse lighting effects.
See it if You want to enjoy amazing acting and a professional production. For intrigue and passion that keeps you on the edge of your seat for more!
Don't see it if I think this is a must see. A necessary and often unseen glimpse into the realities of small town America.
See it if A realistic drama about those who go to war; what happens to them upon their return to civilian life and those who were left behind.
Don't see it if It's not a rah rah sis boom bah hail a great USA drama ! The brutal truth of what we inflict upon our military is too much for you to observ
See it if Thank you for your service, welcome home, it's worse now than when you left, services not available, but if we help eachother it might be OK
Don't see it if You don't want to hear about service related issues and messy situations that resemble real life.
See it if you like raw, emotional, intimate local theater that bites off a bit more than it can chew, but does so with heart and passion & talent
Don't see it if you are overwhelmed with themes of suicide, drug addiction, PTSD (yes, a bit ambitious), or if you want a fluffy night of mindless theater
See it if You'd like to see a well written and performed play about what's it like to be home after going to Iraq/Afghanistan. Taut, worth your while.
Don't see it if The topic of how both those go and those who are left behind isn't interesting to you or if you mind a bit of humor in your drama.
See it if An engaging and smart play with well-written, well-portrayed characters that deals with the aftermath of military service.
Don't see it if Any aversion to fight scenes as there is one.