I really liked this play. I can't stop thinking about it.report as inappropriate
Excellent acting and an engaging play...very funny.report as inappropriate
Too complicated, combersomreport as inappropriate
Loved the writing! Bruce Norris is terrific, but I had hoped that the subject matter would be more provocative. Thought that Tom Irwin was wonderful.I found the rest of the cast too mechanical. I'm still glad that I saw it.report as inappropriate
great, more importantly she did too!!report as inappropriate
Loved the intimate venue and the very thought provoking play.The actors were superb!report as inappropriate
Very thought provoking and humorous. Incredible set and superb acting. I highly recommend this play.report as inappropriate
Well-acted, interesting conceit, but ultimately more shallow and obtuse than hoped.report as inappropriate
Enjoyable play. Funny. Thought provoking. Good performances from the whole cast. Well worth seeing.report as inappropriate
Superb acting, all round. Great plot. Clever sets.
Too bad not enough people are in attendance, it should be sold out (this would never happen to a play like this in New York or London)!
Liked the play very much, but the Goldstar seats were in the very last row. So caution when buying -- I didn't expect the best seats,but didn't anticipate the worst ones would be the ones Goldstar sells.report as inappropriate
Seeing "A Parallelogram" was the highlight of our trip to LA. Great script: challenging, clever, and witty. Acting was superb!report as inappropriate
SO GREAT!report as inappropriate
Too much talking while facing upstage. Couldn't hear.report as inappropriate