Critics agree that the new revival of Take Me Out has stood the test of time. With some adjustments to the script and an extremely talented starting line-up of actors, the themes of the show are as relevant as ever and the story is funny, emotional, engaging and thought-provoking
Plaza Suite opened on Broadway last night to a number of yawns, a couple ew-that-didn’t-age -well’s and a few overly generous guffaws. Critics gushed over the set and costumes, and found that much of the joy from the production comes not from the script or play itself, but from admiring the real-life couple playing the roles. But the script and story did not stand up at best and was completely cringe-worthy at worst. So, if you’re going to see Parker and Broderick, you won’t be disappointed; however, if you’re going to see a good show, you might be.