When talented 20-something Danica moves to New York City to pursue a career as a musician, she assumes things will get off without a hitch. However, she soon begins finding mannequin body parts inexplicably hidden around her new apartment. Unsure if these sinister gifts are the work of a stalker or her own slowly slipping mind, she keeps the secret to herself and does her best to slog onward. As her dread mounts and Danica slowly begins to unravel, her friends become increasingly concerned until things come to a head-- literally.
See it if you are looking for a contemporary take on how a young woman with artistic talent can spiral into self-destruction.
Don't see it if you are looking for sympathetic characters.
See it if You want to be involved with the lives of old friends, the lives the lead and the now problems that exist
Don't see it if If you have no sense of feelings towards other people’s feelings and body parts that show up...
See it if Young actors trying to perform a play that is suppose to be suspenseful
Don't see it if This is a very poorly written play that is sporadic and gives the actors nothing to work with. Done many times much better then this
Also And as another reviewer mentioned. You can't even zerox a program?
See it if you are interested in the breakdown of a human mind. The main character is either going mad or being gaslighted by one of her friends.
Don't see it if you dislike choppy presentations with lots of blackouts or are looking for a light amusing evening
See it if ...just don't. Hard to sit thru 90min's of young actors nervously feeling their way thru a script & rehearsed staging, missing obvious cues.
Don't see it if you need a break from Theater for the New City, especially The Cabaret hole-in-the-wall. They couldn't even spend some money on a playbill.
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