The Tragedy of the Commons: World-Premiere Drama from Cygnet Theatre Reviews & Ratings
A wry and moving slice of life that prods us to examine our priorities and put them in perspective. Extraordinary acting - loved every minute.report as inappropriate
This was a rather depressing play. Thought the acting was really good though.report as inappropriate
This was a very well acted play about loss. Loss of family, loss of friends, loss of oneself and loss of home. The actors did a fabulous job. I also loved the intimacy of the small venue.report as inappropriate
I've read previous reviews and expected a terrific show. We were NOT disappointed. The ending was a shock, of course. The acting was terrific. Cygnet is such a great experience.report as inappropriate
It's a play that is very "deep", so if you like that sort of thing, than you'll probably like this...it just wasn't our style.report as inappropriate
A wonderful story. Really made you think about individual needs vs the greater good. Jim Winker was amazing. would love to see him in other Cygnet shows.report as inappropriate
Liked it alot. Actors did a great job of drawing the audience in even though my seat was on far side of the stage. Serious subject matter so don't expect to be uplifted.report as inappropriate
Excellent acting, love the Old Town venue, nice to have local references and "sensibilities" in a performance. We enjoyed the play and recommend it.report as inappropriate
Another great play from Cygnet. A tragedy caused by the protagonist's monomania similar to Captain Ahab's and the selfish nature of those who inhabit the commons. As always well acted and thoughtfully presented.report as inappropriate
Sensitively up to date. A real part of the real worldreport as inappropriate
Excellent acting and a story that can hit close to home with some long time marraigesreport as inappropriate
Well played but poorly written play! The stage and the acting were good, but certain things didn't make sense and left the audience with questions. This was the worst Cygnet play we have ever seen.report as inappropriate
I very much enjoyed watching a "local play."
Hoping that people learn what the title of the play means.
Acting excellent as always with Cygnet