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Rated by 61 members
Review from edgarw
Red Velvet 127 events 30 reviews

Sometimes it was difficult to hear what the performers were saying.

reviewed Jan 29 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Pepper
Red Velvet 175 events 23 reviews

The message was vague even with an amazing cast. Really not sure what exactly was the goal other than be present in the moment. The ending really made the show.

reviewed Feb 09 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Fabrizio
Red Velvet 412 events 10 reviews

Stay away.

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
DogMom Rhonda
Review from DogMom Rhonda
207 events 143 reviews

Didn't love this play as much as the two other Will Eno ones I've seen--subject matter wasn't as personally interesting. Worth it, though, to see Tony Hale...masterful work. Worth springing for the Orchestra seats so you can see him up close.

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Catherine Maxey
Review from Catherine Maxey
62 events 28 reviews

Fabulous play. Very uplifting. Well worth seeing again . He is such a good actor. I forgot all about his character in VEEP.

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from JoyinSF
34 events 17 reviews

I think this play is what you call absurdist, like, "Waiting for Godot." But I recall liking Vladimir and Estragon, but this play's guy, I just had no interest in. So, I left towards the end.

My boyfriend--older guy--really really enjoyed it...continued

reviewed Jan 26 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from AndyW.
70 events 17 reviews

Terrible show, but fine acting. The show was so short that they had to add a short skit in the beginning to fill out the evening. Not sure why ACT picked this play to present. Tony Hale did the best he could with mediocre and puzzling material.

reviewed Jan 31 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Miriam
46 events 8 reviews

Tony Hale is super in this portrayal of a man gradually losing his life, but to the end trying to make meaning out of it.

reviewed Jan 29 2020 report as inappropriate
Karen Lowe
Review from Karen Lowe
23 events 6 reviews

I saw the show in previews. I assumed it was a British comedy since the title made me think of the whimsical rhyme, "Wakey, Wakey, Eggs and Baccy." It wasn't. The description should be more straightforward. It's merits would be more obvious. It is...continued

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Greer Hopkins
Review from Greer Hopkins
13 events 6 reviews

While the play was occasionally funny, definitely quirky, and Tony Hale was very good in this challenging piece, it was mostly impossible to hear the subtleties of either play from the Balcony. We would never attend another show where the only...continued

reviewed Feb 15 2020 report as inappropriate
Barbara Grob
Review from Barbara Grob
34 events 4 reviews

This is not drama, or theater. I’d edit the script heavily and publish it in print, maybe. It’s a vague self help guide, poorly written dharma talk as is. If you’re going to take on the BIG questions about human nature and existentialism you’ve...continued

reviewed Jan 23 2020 report as inappropriate
Jolie's Stuff
Review from Jolie's Stuff
19 events 4 reviews


reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Elaine
22 events 3 reviews

The worst play I’ve ever seen. People were leaving in the middle and at some point a loud recording startled several audience members awake. I’m pretty sure there’s no intermission because no one would come back.

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from ALAN
4 events 2 reviews

It was a bit boring and difficult to follow from the start. My wife and I left after awhile. Seemed unrehearsed and scattered.

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from mmurrayd
6 events 2 reviews

Not a comedy

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Razzberii
37 events 2 reviews

Terrible. We went because it was Tony Hale. So glad we didn’t pay full price. Too experimental.

reviewed Feb 02 2020 report as inappropriate
Joyce Richards
Review from Joyce Richards
13 events 2 reviews

The usher in the Balcony who escorted me to my seat had more spark and originality than this play.

Tom Hale is not at fault.
A good performance of nothing.

reviewed Jan 28 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Master
26 events 2 reviews

The well known actor did an excellent job with poor material. The writing felt contrived and self-indulgent and while the format creativity could led to interesting results it never brought me us in emotionally. The worst show I've seen at ACT...continued

reviewed Jan 25 2020 report as inappropriate
Review from Bfreemel
11 events 1 review


reviewed Feb 01 2020 report as inappropriate
Douglas McGuire
Review from Douglas McGuire
5 events 1 review

Depressing, boring.

reviewed Feb 15 2020 report as inappropriate
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