Skyhook Productions presents a new drama about three lovers living together on a small college campus in rural Ohio, whose polyamorous romance starts to unravel. More…
Julian, Agnes, and Sally have been living and loving together happily for years, but all that seems poised to change. Professor Julian's affair with a younger colleague blows up when she is denied tenure and files a complaint against him. Agnes receives an offer to become the top editor of the literary magazine she works for, but must move to NYC if she wants the coveted position. Sally, an elementary school teacher, is helping her daughter Reggie's boyfriend study for his GED but crosses boundaries with the smitten young man. And Reggie exacts revenge on her mother, fueled by bitter resentment.
See it if You want to see a somewhat decent stab at a show about polyamory, that'll lead to great conversations with friends afterwards.
Don't see it if You have low tolerance for pretentious bullshit about poetry and literature, or grow weary of ALL characters having sexual tension together
See it if You're into edgy theatre, which explores different topics. It's risqué!!! It starts of pretty good, but, 1 HR 40 min started to feel long...
Don't see it if You're not into polyamory, lesbianism, inter- generational encounters, small theatre, slow-dancing, literature references.
See it if You would like to look at an attractive female actress
Don't see it if You like good acting and a good play.
See it if you want to see a work in progress. needs editing and rewriting but the topic could produce something interesting.
Don't see it if the playwright is trying to hard to impress us with his poetic abilities.
See it if you're up for a pretentious night of theatre and an under developed script. Very good work by two young actors who tried keep show together
Don't see it if you can't sit through a long indulgent show w/o an intermission, you want good quality acting and writing and are looking for substance
See it if You are interested in a show that explores the complexity of a polyamorous relationship
Don't see it if you find the dialogues and plights of upper class academics tiresome
See it if You are open to a sense of the abstract and looking for a story of deeper meaning.
Don't see it if Not a black or white portrayal of humanity. This play has a touch of the abstract and intricate poetic meaning.