This new afterlife drama intimately questions the morality of justice versus mercy. More…
A young woman waiting for her own judgment in the bureaucratic system of the afterlife finds herself in the role of judge and jury to determine the eternal fate of the man responsible for her death. Directed by film star Lori Petty.
See it if This is a very powerful story, the cast is excellent.
Don't see it if Abuse of a child, physical, verbal, sexual.
See it if Bravura Ashley Griffin leads an incredible cast bringing this brutal play that hits you in places you haven't felt in a long time.
Don't see it if You can not deal with the child abuse depiction, as it is a central theme though not the only one.
See it if Low-budget production of a well-structured play about child abuse, with interesting twists and characters. Could use further development
Don't see it if the subject makes you uncomfortable.
See it if You like plays that make you think. The acting is very strong and the plot twist is unique. The play could benefit from some editing.
Don't see it if you're upset by abuse (sexual, verbal, physical).
See it if you want to see an original twist on a story of child abuse and the aftermath. Great acting and writing by Ashley Griffin.
Don't see it if you don't like stories of child abuse or family relations or manipulation or death.
See it if you want to see a powerful show that explores the concepts of sin, forgiveness, & humanity in a masterfully quirky & intriguing production.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of intimate theater experiences or do not want to see a show that deals with child abuse and death.
See it if You like a large cast with solid acting.,Interesting staging and a likeable lead actress
Don't see it if You do not want to be hit on the head with a disturbing topic, Are annoyed with cliche dialogue like- “ you are not damaged goods” -
See it if You want a great story that keeps you on the edge of your seat, phenomenal acting and a play that you will cont to think about long after.
Don't see it if Even if you don’t like small intimate theatres, with little to no set... see it any way.
See it if If you like intimate NY theater and creative writing about serious topics. It was not a "heavy" play but touched on heavy themes.
Don't see it if You are sensitive to themes involving child abuse or don't like serious theater.
See it if If this show were on Broadway it would win the Pulitzer. No exaggeration. I've never seen forgiveness dealt with so profoundly. Go.
Don't see it if You just want a frothy night out. This is a show that makes you deal with uncomfortable issues. Not for the faint hearted.
See it if You want an evening of what theater is supposed to be - high art that will affect your heart, soul and spirit.
Don't see it if You don't like heavy subject matter. This show deals with very emotional issues. It's also in a very intimate space - a little disconcerting
See it if You like thought-provoking work with a great twist and like the premise of "The Great Divorce" or the show "The Good Place"
Don't see it if You don't like heavy topics like the after-life (this show has only a hint of religion) or childhood abuse
See it if You are looking for TV dialogue/performances onstage. Great premise, great acting. Lori Petty does really smart work in a small space.
Don't see it if You are ultra-religious or afraid to have your opinions challenged. The second act is very long and tries to do many things at once.
See it if you like edgy, intimate dramas that make you think as much as they make you squirm.
Don't see it if you're triggered by difficult subjects such as verbal and physical abuse.