See it if You want to see three great actors in a piece like Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Wolfe on acid! Stick with it. They tie it up nicely at the end.
Don't see it if You don’t have the patience to sit through what seems like nonsense to get to the real purpose and meaning.
See it if You want a show about marital detachment. Good directing. A show that can be gritty but doesnt follow through. Can be funny at times.
Don't see it if If your not interested in a show about bad marriages. The ending is not up to what it could be. If you want an ending that lives up topotent
“‘Borrows many Albeean aspects, and folds in an absurdist element that is meant to elevate the action and doesn't...Is the tiger for real? Is the cop? We won't know for a while, and what's worse, we won't care. Chrisler's dialog is flat and repetitive, and director Jaclyn Biskup hasn't figured out how to get these two off the couch enough...Chrisler calls 'Worse Than Tigers' 'a comedy (until it's not) in two acts.' For me, the 'until it's not' came pretty quickly."
“An affecting look at one dysfunctional heterosexual marriage alternates between hyper-realism and absurdity to illustrate what happens when we distance ourselves from what we’re feeling...It’s raw and well-played...Chrisler’s script addresses how we numb ourselves to keep from feeling anger, fear, grief, and sadness. In so doing, Chrisler suggests, we cut ourselves off from much of what makes human beings human. If this sounds preachy or heavy-handed, rest assured it’s not.”
“You'll like this play if you like the truth about complex relationships...Braeson has no fear to dig deep in order to deliver a performance that will never leave the audience dry...Sullivan shows in-depth emotion in the midst of devastating odds. Her last actions are perplexing but somewhat believable...Zach's portrayal...is near maniacal, entertaining and unpredictable. A shocking and stunning performance of an officer, seemingly bipolar...but still holding on by a thread.”
"It’s all quite absorbing...The action starts to drag...The second act reveals further depths, but too often by telling rather than showing...Intermittently funny and unevenly powerful, 'Worse Than Tigers' is amusingly absurdist and patently symbolist, yet on another level grittily real. That’s thanks in part to sharply defined performances by the excellent cast, marshaled efficiently by director Jaclyn Biskup...Consistent drive is what the play lacks."
“A bone-chilling, panic-attack inducing, primal, bloody, life resuscitator…and its funny. It’s a theatrical ‘Black Mirror’...It’s sneaky. It engages your intellect with complex, clever, funny dialogue revealing marital detachment, and then it pounces like a stalking animal...Biskup’s strong directorial vision is evident in the intricate, sensitive character development and the stakes that she manages to keep high throughout...A tight, well-paced, excellent show with polished performances."