From the show:
A man walks into a lecture room and says to the class… no, wait, sorry. So there’s a lecture hall, a slide projector, and an apple… there’s supposed to be a man? Oh right, the man walks in. So a man walks into a lecture room—no wait, there’s no apple. What I mean is nothing is going the way he means, if he even knows what he means. A piece for anyone who has ever felt misunderstood, or felt they might feel understood but weren’t. This is Like That is a one-person play that grapples with questions about language, identity, religion, and the stories we tell others and ourselves. Also, there’s definitely an apple.
See it if you would like to see the "nutty professor" of language present some serious matter in a bumbling fashion - a demanding effort with slides!
Don't see it if you do not like one person shows that just talk at you or you do not have an appreciation for intelligent matter presented foolishly with av
See it if Michael Sean Cirelli has effective drama skills. The 45 minute one man shill was quirky. I would like to see him expand his repertoire.
Don't see it if If one-man quirky plays is not you type of drama then you can skip this one.
See it if You have the patience to watch a 45 minute show that makes little to no sense but is extremely entertaining for that very reason
Don't see it if You like traditional theater
See it if See it if you want to think and work at understanding what it is about. The piece is delivered well;Michael Corelli is comfortable with it.
Don't see it if Don’t see it if you’re not interested in experimental theater or creative journeys. It’s a one man show.
See it if You like clever, edgy writing and acting that keeps you on your toes. It’s a compelling think piece. I enjoyed it...
Don't see it if You like plays that are big extravaganzas, as it is a one man show.