Set in Brooklyn, this contemporary drama revolves around Sarah, a photo journalist who has returned from covering a war in Syria after being injured by a roadside bomb. More…
Sarah's reporter boyfriend James is swamped by guilt after leaving Sarah alone there. They receive a visit from their friend Richard, a photo editor, who introduces them to his new girlfriend Mandy, who is much younger than him. The play focuses on their relationships and Sarah and James's prospects at a more conventional life.
See it if enjoy shows with day to day life/relationship conflict plots. Great staging and thought provoking plot.
Don't see it if you may be sensitive to war/combat injury plot. Don't see if you don't enjoy plots regarding relationship hardship.
See it if You like romantic dramas and some good acting and direction. A fun night out. Malcolm Stephenson and Connie Castanzo are brilliant.
Don't see it if You're expecting something deep and thought provoking. The two leads aren't stellar.
Also Joan Kane's direction is great!
See it if You like relevant theater with a great cast telling the story.
Don't see it if You want something light and fun. Or if talking graphically about war makes you uncomfortable
Also Very well done. Loved the use of photographs.
See it if You like layered story lines that are thought provoking and personal. You really feel for the characters and take home a new perspective.
Don't see it if You are looking for light hearted comedy. It's about very real passions and human issues.