From the show:
Sawyer Weston's debut novel was a smash hit! Rave reviews, millions in sales, and overnight notoriety. Her second novel had everyone calling her a "one-hit wonder". With her third about to be released, a casual evening with friends gets turned on its ear when a young man from Sawyer's past arrives and starts asking questions.
See it if If you want a play with twists and turns. Entertaining and enjoyable. A show that has good pace.
Don't see it if If you want as musical or a bigger production. If you do not like a show with twists and turns.
See it if you like small plays with a range of characters that keep you guessing as they interact. Well directed production by a talented cast.
Don't see it if you don't like a lot of dialogue or seeing characters react physically - some light moments in this Phillips play but it is not a comedy.
See it if a new show with old style traditional script excites you. The situation starts reverses moves to the next reversal supported by good cast
Don't see it if some uneven performances or some predictability bothers you.
See it if want to follow Larry Phillips trajectory, content with box set, single issue, young smart set playwriting, 2 support independent theatre
Don't see it if need great production values & top of the form performances, want 2B surprised by plot developments & character revelations, need more
See it if ..a drama concerning this year’s celebrated author & a visitor from her past is interesting. Not newest topic but smart editing & good pace.
Don't see it if Somehow the actors, while loud, don’t come alive which detracts from story. Less volume, more subtlety would help.
See it if You want to see a play that moves at a nice pace. No lulls. There are twists and turns. The cast complimented each other.
Don't see it if You want to see a musical. You don't want to, but you will miss out on a great performance. You don't like small theaters.
See it if you are interested in the world of the NYC literacci and the Gen X New Yorker lifestyle.
Don't see it if you saw many plays/films recently about plagiarism, college writers, Gen X entitlement, narcissistic investment bankers, can’t sit 80 min.
See it if you want to see Philips once again allow his characters to breathe in ways the most writers, even great writers, seldom achieve
Don't see it if you want to see characters similar to each and can't understand how people with disparate backgrounds can come together in the same place
See it if a fellow fan of prolific Phillips—his work & acting always entertains & merits support. This unfolds briskly w/ lots of twists & melodrama.
Don't see it if averse to small, modest venue & staging or desiring a more nuanced plot. For a first preview, the actors acquitted themselves well.
See it if you want to see a traditional short, interesting. one act play with a good script, including interesting characters & believable dialogue..
Don't see it if you don't like one act, straightforward, traditional plays. You prefer big productions.
See it if You like suspense & a fun plot with great acting. A wonderful evening in the theatre.
Don't see it if You don’t like a simple plot, it might not be your kind of play.
See it if you enjoy an interesting mystery with some twists and turns. Good acting by the whole cast.
Don't see it if you want an extravaganza in a large venue
Also I found the show interesting, well-acted
See it if I like a small drawing room drama with realistic characters. I loved the Ladies of Glen Ross by this playwright....
Don't see it if But- this was not as quirky, fun or twisty & only some of the characters were watchable. The writer,as Oliver,wasn’t believable+no chemistry
See it if Whenever you see a really well written play, everything falls in place, even when the acting is a touch uneven but still good.
Don't see it if This is a well constructed, quick play that doesn't overstay its welcome.
See it if You want a cat and mouse play...I liked it but it could use some more work with plot structure. I recommend if you like a mystery.
Don't see it if You want big production values...Small set, 5 actors and 80 minutes..
See it if you'd like to see 5 expert actors in tightly packed, tension-filled 75-min. drama, as main char "comes to terms" w/ her past.
Don't see it if you dislike straight plays, or aren't interested in talented young playwright Larry Phillips. I'll definitely see his work again
See it if you like a compelling story about flawed people in conflict. An interesting play that makes you ask questions and provides resolutions.
Don't see it if you want a lot of action or mind dialogue. Mind a few characters who are not likable and some of the likable characters being beat up a bit.
See it if You want to see a new play with a terrific ensemble and some great dialogue.
Don't see it if You want a longer play with huge production values.
Also Well written, well acted. A fun and intense 75 minutes in the Theatre.
See it if So much tension between each pair of characters; sitting at my chair edge expecting for more; 75min well spent
Don't see it if You feel weird when the playwright is playing one character; the buildup takes a bit too long; small space with coded toilet; plain set
Also It’s simply too hard to admit one’s mediocrity, isn’t it?
See it if You want to see a cleverly written, taut, suspenseful play set in the literary world.
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy small productions, with a chintzy set. Some flubbed lines. The story could use some tweaking.
See it if U like great writing and acting in a small venue that’s intense and is a mystery.
Don't see it if U prefer musicals, larger productions and bigger venues.