Opens Jan 26

Yours Unfaithfully

Members say: Thought-provoking, Intelligent, Great acting, Relevant, Entertaining
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Mint Theater Company presents the very belated world premiere of Miles Malleson's 1933 "un-romantic comedy" about life in an open marriage, and the price of free love.... Read more

Stephen and Anne, blissfully happy for eight years, are committed to living up to their ideals. When Stephen, a writer who isn’t writing, begins to sink into a funk of unproductive moodiness, Anne encourages him to seek out a fresh spark. Can their marriage survive uncompromising generosity, sacrifice, and love? 'Yours Unfaithfully' was published in 1933 but never produced...until now.

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During previews
Disappointing, Repetitive, Talky, Where are the accents?

See it if you're fascinated by 20th c plays as time capsules. W/ its discussion of open marriage, YU was ahead of its time, hence it was unperformed.

Don't see it if plays that are talk-talk-talk annoy you. I didn't find the acting convincing. These are snazzy Brits (lots of cricket talk) but no accents.

Also The Mint Theater's mission--to revive forgotten plays--is hard. Often ... Read more Read less

During previews
Thought-provoking, Resonant, Inconsistent, Unengaging, Fascinating

See it if you want to see a mediocre production of a fascinating play from the 1930s, parts of which feel like they could have been written today.

Don't see it if you're sick of seeing uninspired direction.

During previews
Indulgent, Fluffy, Bland

See it if you like the idea of seeing the world premiere of an 80 year old play.

Don't see it if you expect said 80 year old play to be a gem.

During previews
Great acting, Disappointing, Cliched, Dated

See it if you really like dated plays that seem to go nowhere, The time period(1933) makes it a little more interesting.

Don't see it if a one-liner with two intermissions is a little too much for you

Also The characters are not very interesting and their problem is overdone