Ma-Yi Theater Company presents a new farce that examines the joys of owning an apartment with a washer/dryer, and the pressures of modern-day marriage in New York City. More…
Sonya and Michael’s recent elopement in Vegas seemed like a dream come true for both of them...until they try living together in Sonya’s Manhattan studio apartment. They soon discover that they haven’t been entirely honest with each other or themselves, and their secrets come home to roost along with an intrusive mother, the co-op’s strict Board president, a harsh best friend, and a fabulous washer-dryer. Mayhem ensues as the couple is forced to re-evaluate their relationship and decide whether all really is fair in love and real estate.
See it if you like good natured comedies that try to reflect modern conditions, you wish you had a washer/dryer, you respect diversity in theater
Don't see it if you want meaning or a message, domineering mother and gay swish cliches anger you, extenuating situations bother you
See it if You want to see a funny play. You like sit coms. You like shows about living in NY. You like family & relationship stories.
Don't see it if You don't like sit coms. You want a serious drama. You want a play about issues. You don't like domestic stories.
See it if You like shows with quirky, funny characters who relate in unusual ways to other characters and NY based shows are your thing !
Don't see it if You are turned off by shows that could be part of a rom-com series .
See it if You want an accurate snapshot of NYC, and the struggles of living here, played for big laughs by a diverse cast.
Don't see it if You can't relate to city folk, and the dream that is a washer/dryer.
See it if you want laughs, to support multi-ethnic theatre makers, to enjoy NYC real estate in-jokes. Jamyl Dobson is hilarious. Real cooking a bonus!
Don't see it if you're in the mood for something serious and dramatic.
See it if you enjoy family drama with comedic overtones and can appreciate a good, multicultural cast.
Don't see it if you can't appreciate real estate and cultural jokes.
See it if if you are interested in seeing a new farce featuring a diverse cast
Don't see it if if you have a functioning TV. This show never really becomes anything other than a mediocre sitcom that wallows in worn out stereotypes.
See it if Definitely see if you want a good laugh. I loved all the characters. Especially mom & gay neighbor.
Don't see it if I'm really not good at giving a reason not to see a play if I liked it! So go see it! Enjoy!! I guess don't see it you don't like comedy
See it if you want to see a goofy play that pokes fun at pretty spot-on stereotypes. Or if you want to see/support Asian representation in theatre.
Don't see it if you want a thought-provoking show. It's cute, but nothing special.
See it if you want a lighthearted, fun night at the theater featuring a diverse cast
Don't see it if you won't open up to it's style. The pacing can be a bit jarring in the beginning but if you go along with it, the play is enjoyable.
See it if You enjoy cute, fluffy, funny rom coms type plays. You can be entertained by a simple fun story about marriage.
Don't see it if You like more serious, deep, profound story lines. If you are offended by references to sex or homosexuality.
See it if you're into fast-paced TV sitcoms that feature stereotypical characters in stereotypical comic situations.
Don't see it if you expect more nuance, more meat from the comic characters you see on stage.
See it if you enjoy a rich comic stew and actors acting their a** off to elicit laughs from the audience
Don't see it if you don't enjoy a play laden with cliches: the meddling mother-in-law, officious landlord, straight roommate behaving gay; amateurish acting
See it if you're looking to put a smile on your face, you like light rom-coms, and you're a proponent of diverse casting.
Don't see it if you're looking for masterful performances or would rather see something with great depth.
See it if You want light laughs with clever plot points and appealing (if superficial) characters, and if you've lived the NYC real estate experience.
Don't see it if You are looking for a weighty plot layered with meaning, or if you object to gay/Asian stereotypes played for laughs ( not mean- spiritedly)
See it if you'd like a cute story about relationships, romantic, with family, friends, and housing. The actors clearly have fun with the material
Don't see it if you're looking for deep theater. This is a fun rom-com. There's also some homophobia, and the characters are (loving) stereotypes.