Stripped Scripts presents this NYC premiere, which charts a doomed love affair in contemporary London. More…
What are the consequences when the lies we tell ourselves become our reality? A tale of obsession and betrayal, 'Tomorrow in the Battle' paints a searing portrait of loyalty and lust, honor and honesty, duty and desire as a group of London’s elite navigate their own professional and moral crises.
See it if A three-person play about interweaving lives, interior monologues, insecurities, and power struggles sounds interesting.
Don't see it if spectacle is important; or if you think there should be a compelling reason to present a work as a stageplay as opposed to other media.
See it if You like stilted wacky third person dialogue. You think surgeons are drunk narcissists. You like good actors doing dreadful material.
Don't see it if If infidelity upsets you. Basically if you have other options.
See it if you enjoy actors delivering monologues without interacting with each other. The play takes on a monotonous tone.
Don't see it if you enjoy watching actors interact. Also, if you are sensitive to poor British accents that are constantly being dropped.
See it if Utterly pretentious as three successful bored white characters perform monologues that occasionally overlap while sporting British accents
Don't see it if Acting class' second project first semester is the best description for this WORDY piece. The audience is the loser at this battle.
See it if you are ok with 3 actors monologuing & never interacting. Or if you're not bothered by terrible British accents, & a disjointed non-story.
Don't see it if you're looking for sparks and chemistry; this was so amateurish and just... really terrible. The actors were trying, but this didn't work.