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 You aren't put off by plays that offer almost no interaction between the characters, + a slow moving plot that is sometimes hard to follow.
Don't see it if You are looking for action and humor, this play does not offer either. It is very cerebral and the storyline moves very slowly.
See it if you want to see a play with characters that vocalize their "inner thoughts". Actors basically speak out their thoughts vs. interact.
Don't see it if you get distracted easily. You have to pay attention to keep up with the rather slim "plot". I got lost in the middle. British accents too
See it if three people sharing unexpressed thought in three interacting monologues exploring love, fantasy, desire,ambition and despair
Don't see it if You can’t sit through slowly unfolding plot in a theater where it can be hard to see and you really need to concentrate to follow
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 Adultery, honesty. Obsession. played out in short, scenes and monologues. Excellent acting. great writing. Some aspects not well integrated
Don't see it if If you see a lot of theater this is worth it despite its flaws of flow and lack of integrating some of the personal events.
See it if The big issues: integrity, fidelity, trust, honor, in an emotionally and sexually charged atmosphere that exposes the secrets we hide.
Don't see it if Not for those who favor action over words. While not very graphic, the raw sexual desire might offend the prudes.
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.
See it if You like new work on a sparse set. You like a well written twisted relationship piece that's mostly through the thoughts of the actors
Don't see it if You're looking for lighthearted entertainment. You don't like adultery played out or thought out. Or plays with English accents
See it if you like excellent acting, creative staging, unique presentation style. Professional theatre types will appreciate the technical skill.
Don't see it if you are looking for something light or whimsical. This is a heady piece that casts an unfiltered light onto the human condition.
See it if you want to see something different. The format of this play is very different from usual methods of storytelling (in a good way).
Don't see it if you aren't open minded and are expecting a traditional theatrical staging.