Flux Theatre Ensemble presents a new dark comedy about two psychologically fragile patients who meet during a clinical drug trial. More…
In 'World Builders,' Whitney and Max live deep within their own imagined realities—one expansive and fanciful, the other dark and brutal. To break free of these visions and become functional members of society, they embark upon a clinical drug trial that might erase these worlds forever. But are they truly able to leave their fantasies behind? In a medicated age when our imaginations are colonized by mass media, how do we know when happiness and love are real?
See it if If you're interested in how human minds work. The play studies the evolving connections between between two people who have never connected
Don't see it if mental illness disturbs you. The form it takes here is imaginative not creepy. The actors are marvelous.
See it if your idea of a fun night is living with two participants of a drug trial for a long 100 minutes. Intense writing. Needs editing.
Don't see it if you don't want to get into the heads of two mentally ill very human beings or you want a more enjoyable evening.
See it if you'd like to see and support a well-executed two-hander about two lost characters who find each other.
Don't see it if you don't like small shows; the topic of mental illness doesn't interest you.
See it if you're intrigued by mental disorder & psychology theme and be treated to fine intense acting that will drive you to deep empathy & sympathy.
Don't see it if you get impatient with plays with just long dialogues w/o anything else much to entertain your senses but your own imagination and feelings.
See it if acting was really terrific - The first 30 min and the last 30 min were pretty compelling - good story line - just should have been shorter
Don't see it if get bored by details of fantasy land. I got lost in her descriptions. I mean who cares.???
See it if nice and enthusiastic acting, good premise - two schizoid personalities who are eagerly introspective while going treatment.
Don't see it if The script really needs a lot of cutting. Way more time is spent on the sci-fi "world" than it deserves and things become way too repetitive
See it if you want to see a new play elevated by the top notch acting, precise directing, and a unique love story dealing between mental health.
Don't see it if you are looking for a tight script. Writer needs to trust more and explain less. It should be a 60min play. Great potential though!
See it if You are inclined to question what is normal (in society, in the human mind...)
Don't see it if You don't like to learn about how the world looks from another person's perspective. Also, if mental illness scares you.
See it if you like an ambitious two-hander. See it if you have or had a vivid imagination (as a child), which made you feel like an outsider.
Don't see it if If you don't have patience for a play that is not plot driven.
See it if you want something intense, well acted, kind of nutty, a take on mental illness very much from the patient's perspective. Dark comedies.
Don't see it if you want an even production from beginning to end, you want something light, though there is LOTS of laugh out loud moments.
See it if you want to see great actors taking a script to the next level.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy extend real life dialogues by the minds of those society calls "crazy".
See it if You're ready to stick with a somewhat over-detailed and intermittently boring show that ultimately delivers and features terrific acting.
Don't see it if Schizoid characters annoy you and you're into something purely entertaining.
See it if You like seeing how mental illness is explored on stage and how medication alters our "truths." Quite a thought-provoking piece and novel.
Don't see it if If you just want a fluff piece or be merely entertained. This play requires getting inside (and out) of these character's minds.