See it if you support actors of color in leading roles; you enjoy relatable plays about relationships and letting go of exes; you like inventive shows
Don't see it if you do not like interactive theater or small, intimate shows. Read more
See it if You want a different experience
Don't see it if You are afraid of the dark
See it if you want a (slightly heavy handed) laugh-infused discussion of how our pasts stay with us.
Don't see it if you don't appreciate a bare-bones show.
See it if you enjoy romantic comedies. You can laugh at being reminded of the "ghosts" of your past relationships.
Don't see it if You don't like the dark or want a more developed show. The writing needs some work, but overall it was a fun hour. Read more
See it if you enjoy stories about relationships. The played was in the dark and audiece was provided a flashlight which made it interactive.
Don't see it if you are under 16. You may not relate. Read more
See it if If you like short and clever
Don't see it if You are bored with another play about man-woman relationships
See it if you'd be interested in new/experimental theater. Clever (audience participation w/use of flashlights), staged almost completely in the dark.
Don't see it if you're a mean one, Mr Grinch. Very funny, thought-provoking, & VERY RESONANT. Ghosts in our day-to-day lives? Come on, we've all been there! Read more
See it if Want to participate in an unusual experience, you want to support smaller theatre, want a night out, or you are not a theatre snob.
Don't see it if You are a theatre snob, expect a Bway production, don't like small venues, don't like experimental theatre, don't want to sit in the dark. Read more
“Here’s where Marina and Nicco’s conceit shines: the audience chooses who they want to focus on and when...It’s a clever way to show the way our pasts can come back to haunt us at the most inopportune times…With the lack of illumination, the actors have to fight hard to keep the attention and flashlights on them, and they do an excellent job. Marina and Nicco’s comedic background brings a touch of whimsy to two of the greatest human fears: the dark and commitment.”
“A sharply crafted piece of comedic, supernatural, existential puzzle work…To the writing duo’s credit, the lack of clarity only serves to deepen the mystery…It’s worth noting this novel production value never approaches, or even flirts with, cheesy contrivance…Effectively staged by Aeed, whose direction is especially crisp in moments of tense confrontation, the uniformly strong cast doesn’t seem phased by shifts in status bestowed upon them by the random attention of a flashlight.”