Livingtogether 0712101
4.3 / 5 Rated by 30 members
Review from Andrew 787
9 events 6 reviews

All the actors were great and very passionate but the play was only so-so. There were some laughs but overall it seemed very dry. Perhaps the other two plays that are part of the trilogy are better.

reviewed Aug 14 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Joyce
9 events 4 reviews

Whatever you do, DON'T sit in a seat in the far left section of the house for this play. We sat there and saw nothing but the backs of the cast and the backs of the set pieces. We missed most of the action and practically all of the actor's...continued

reviewed Aug 27 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Mandy Lehmann
4 events 3 reviews

Was entertaining for an evening. Funny. Simple. However, I would not have paid the full price for the show. It is not worth that much money. Half price is fine and all the seats have a great view.

reviewed Sep 10 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from srdftr
14 events 2 reviews

We saw this play second of the trio, and while it interesting to see revealed action only guessed at from the first production, I would say it wasn't quite as funny as the first. The play would probably fit into the category of British bedroom...continued

reviewed Aug 01 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Jake
Red Velvet 803 events 64 reviews

This is a fun outing, and the show is even funnier if you have seen "Table Matters" first. The cast is top-rate, and the sixties clothes look great. Recommended.

reviewed Aug 22 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Donald E Smith
Red Velvet 73 events 19 reviews

Thoroughly enjoyable evening. Good show, well directed and well acted by good actors. What more could one desire.

reviewed Sep 01 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Elaine Litton
Red Velvet 37 events 10 reviews

'Living Together' is superbly acted, funny, physical, smart, and just plain entertaining. To see the same characters from the point of view of the garden and the dining room--the 2 other plays--is an experience I wouldn't want to resist!

reviewed Aug 06 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Lois Mulcahey
59 events 52 reviews

Three friends and I saw Table Manners first; Living Together was just as much fun, and we understood the back-story. We'll see No. 3 and plan to see other Cygnet presentations. Love that theater!

reviewed Sep 30 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from kay Slater
29 events 25 reviews

It was hilarious! We went on a Friday night and it was not a full theatre. Parking is a real headache for sure. Was fascinated by the playbill information about how the author wrote them all in parallel series.... very creative concept! ...continued

reviewed Aug 06 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Mildcat
50 events 24 reviews

This was the most slapstick of the three plays, and perhaps the funniest, showcasing Albert Dayan's rubber limbs. But this one might have been difficult to follow if we hadn't seen the other two; we'd have missed the point of Sarah's outburst...continued

reviewed Sep 30 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Brent
23 events 13 reviews

I am writing this brief review as the show has completed it's run. I would rate the shows individually at 4.5 stars but collectively would give them 5 stars! Glad that I saw the entire trilogy! For further information, do read my review for...continued

reviewed Nov 07 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from George Soete
16 events 12 reviews

Second time for us. Absolutely hilarious! Thanks to Cygnet for producing this wonderful trilogy!

reviewed Nov 07 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from George Soete
16 events 12 reviews

Very, very funny. The fun is verbal as well as physical. Can't wait to see the next two in the series!

reviewed Aug 06 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Gerri
25 events 7 reviews

This was the third play I saw in the trilogy and it was hilarious. I have recommended the play(s) to several friends who want to have a light comedic evening.

reviewed Oct 14 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Peggi
12 events 5 reviews

A good time with guests from out of town.

reviewed Sep 18 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Corine
18 events 5 reviews

My friend and I really enjoyed this play. The actors were full of energy and talent. I look forward to seeing the other two shows among this trilogy. All seats have great views.

reviewed Sep 24 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Brenda Johnson
15 events 5 reviews

This show made for an entertaining evening. It's really hard to have a bad seat here, and the Goldstar seats were excellent. Ordered tixs only a few hours before the show and they were at will-call w/no hassles or issues

reviewed Sep 05 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from nancy
7 events 4 reviews

Excellent cast in an intimate setting provided lots of laughs. Small venue
with good viewing from any seat. Free parking on site is a bonus!

reviewed Jul 31 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from John Icenhower
5 events 4 reviews

Funny, fast moving and a surprised ending. Great refreshment before the show.

reviewed Oct 20 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Brian
7 events 4 reviews

Top notch acting and stunning costumes.

reviewed Nov 07 2010 report as inappropriate
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