A raucous multimedia theatre work, this new piece tracks two men's obsessions with intimacy, queerness, and the deep desire to see and be seen. More…
On screens across the world, women call themselves “Real Housewives” while they scream, sob, and scam their way to the top. Meanwhile, spiraling in shame in their bedrooms, Michael and Patrick clandestinely binge on the gaudy lives and savvy strategies of these expert performance artists.
See it if you are a fan and know Real Housewives fan. Fun if you do. Interesting 90's retro use of video.
Don't see it if you don't watch any Real Housewives franchise. No point seeing this if you don't.
See it if You are a fan of the Real Housewives. It's a fun show for fans of the franchise and watchers of Reality TV.
Don't see it if If you don't watch or are familiar with The Real Housewives you will most likely be lost.
See it if you love Real Housewives and/or want to see an experimental show that compellingly examines the way these shows blur our concept of reality.
Don't see it if you have trouble with experimental shows.
See it if you like experimental, multi-media, shows without much of a plot, but with a strong message. Incredibly high quality for a blackbox show.
Don't see it if you want a "straight"-forward play or don't want to see young people wrestle with their own issues on stage. It's a bit navel gaze-y.
See it if You love the real housewives franchise, you love television, you love theatre, you love laughing till your sides hurt as I did last night.
Don't see it if You hate all these things/ phenomenal genre busting performance makes you uncomfortable.