See it if you'd like to spend an entertaining time in a trailer with 3 characters, except for a couple minutes mimed outside of it, in a twisted tale.
Don't see it if you do not like rough language argumentative or immoral characters.
See it if Ruthless oil land acquirers meet in a remote trailer. Older generation fears being replaced by younger. Cruel business, cruel people.
Don't see it if Foul disrespectful language from unlikable characters. Not believable that locals are so stupid, or that so much transpires so quickly.
See it if All three actors were excellent. The play was well written and engrossing. Set was simple but perfect. Didn't need anything more elaborate
Don't see it if If you want Broadway. This is a very small, intimate theater in the East Village. Very satisfying theater experience.
See it if You'd enjoy an 85 minute comedy/drama that flies by with superb acting & a "twist" towards the end. Free sunflower seeds or honey too.
Don't see it if You don't like shows with Broadway stars in them.
See it if you want to see the very talented cast using the high quality writing and direction given them to the best advantage of the show.
Don't see it if small shows attacking corporate greed and insensitivity seem unAmerican to you. Read more
See it if you enjoy drama with an interesting plot and well developed characters, subject matter not normally in your realm of knowledge.
Don't see it if you have no interest in the oil industry, wheeling and dealing, and unlikable characters who swear a lot and (front row warning) also spit
See it if Well plotted tale of corporate carnage. Characters a bit exaggerated but the show gets a lot right about threats to power at middle mgmt.
Don't see it if The show’s resolution is its Achilles heel. Moral is rendered ineffective. Instead of hefty conviction you get wishful thinking. Read more
See it if you'd like to see a new, well-performed drama that doesn't have the "same old" plot; you won't mind some cursing and violence.
Don't see it if you prefer lighter fare, more complex sets
"Playwright Adam Seidel crafts a nifty three-hander where everything and everyone is not as it seems...Deftly directed by Valentina Fratti, the actors are given the freedom to unwrap layers...Grimes goes deep as the seasoned woman who knows how to hold her own and get ahead in a man's world...LuPone portrays a tough guy on the outside, but stuns with the revelation of a scared vulnerable man just under the surface. Ledbetter strikes a nice balance."
“Skillfully constructed...Fratti gave the actors room...to show us not only the complexity of their relationships but also key moments in their characters...You’ll be drawn into the piece through its humor and Seidel’s well-delineated dialogue, building characters quickly..Here, in this tiny space where nothing can be hidden or faked, is a celebration of the art of telling a small story with a big emotional message through excellent acting of a terrific script.”