A magical dramedy about loneliness, the strange nature of grief, and that moment in your childhood that reverberates with every step you take into the adult world. More…
Life’s hard when you’re 11, your only friend is the ghost of your 12-year-old dead aunt, your sister wishes she could be on the other side of her cellphone, your parents make every room frigid, and your sick grandpa wants you to kill him.
See it if you want to hear an interesting theatrical voice, speaking in an interesting play that never quite comes together.
Don't see it if you are looking for a polished piece of work.
See it if the topics it explores interests you as they are juxtaposed to the Peter Pan story. There is some good acting and use of small stage is good
Don't see it if you need clear action and a refined production. This moves slow at times and you have to think on your own to follow it. Tight seating.
See it if Family dealing with struggles. Wendell seeing/playing with a look alike Pan.
Don't see it if very tight seating, you are packed in. Long story with leaving a lot of questions.
See it if you dont mind a slightly amateur production, in a very intimate setting, which reaches to frame a referential reset of Peter Pan.
Don't see it if You want to see a glossy, professional show. You dont want to be sitting on top of your neighbor. You want to be entertained.
See it if This is a realistic family play crossed with fantasy
Don't see it if you like reality real - the four family members look nothing alike and all the confrontations seem artificial