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I thoroughly enjoyed this play - the ensemble cast is stellar and truly depicts that all
families are dysfunctional, but at the end of the day our love for one another overrides
Due to the seriousness of some of the content, I would not recommend for anyone
under 16 years of age. There is a lot of humor though as well.
from Danville, California
ALL AMERICAN FAMILY? LOVED IT!
Our family of 4, 2 adults and 2 teens, attended the show last night and I was
pleasantly surprised to see Richard Thomas as one of the actors. It covered in
snippets, financial struggles, dieting, sexual orientation, career or lack there of,
religion, marriage, dementia, chronic illness, everything but politics, YAY!!! They
covered all of this and did so in a humorous yet real way. I think much of what
played out showed the complexity of American life and struggles often
encountered along the way. A mix of turmoil and love. We all really enjoyed
the show, even the teens!
T.Google from Cleveland, Ohio
VERY REALISTIC AND HUMAN
I don’t understand the negative reviews written
about this play. How can someone say they
enjoyed the acting, the set, and everything
else, yet leave a 1-Star review because the
content was “too heavy” for them? The play is
called The Humans for a reason: everyone in it
is dealing with some very human problems
that we can all relate to in one form or
another. Whether you are an older adult with
health problems, children, and money issues,
or a post-grad with a career and student debt,
or a young adult struggling to get your career
going, or an individual with mental health
issues. The material, portrays brilliantly by the
cast, hits the mark it was aiming for, and really
makes for good conversation after the show. I
found it to be engaging, and effective in its
relatability. Anyone who disliked the play for its
realism should stick to comedies, or better yet
read a synopsis every once in a while. Grading
a play not based on its own merits is downright
unfair, and petty.
Camille from Cleveland, Ohio
THOUGHTFUL AND FUNNY
The acting was great. The story was very relevant and needs to be heard. The
conversation was interesting and ending was stimulating. Highly recommended.
Jacob Jones from Chicago, Illinois
This was a wonderfully performed show. Acting was solid all the way around. The play is
beautifully written, and it is relatable. You could connect with the characters, and it felt
like real life. It was a solid day at the theater, and one of the better shows I have had the
pleasure of seeing.
from Seattle, Washington
SO GLAD I WENT
Riveting material. The script included all areas of struggle and triumph no
matter the generation, gender, or socio-economic status. It hit me with a
full scale of emotions. The stage setting used every inch of a three
dimensional platform - brilliant. Despite a large person in front of me, I
don't think there is a bad seat in the house. The play makes for great
Sean Lane from Seattle, Washington
WORK OF ART
There is a good reason why this stunning drama won the Tony Award
for Best Play. It's a work of art. Subtle, deeply emotional and hilarious
at the same time, it also asks an audience to think, something sorely
lacking in drama today. Seattle is indeed a lucky city to be hosting the
kick off for the national tour. It's a don't miss for any theatre goer who
cares about humanity and the future of theatrical literature.
Highlights the ongoing issues of depression, indulgence, aging and the distressing notion that America's next generation is flooded with debt before they even begin
As the family prepares for a Thanksgiving dinner, served on paper plates, we understand that family is everything. The family dynamics are well studied by playwright Stephen Karam in this intriguing and insightful production.
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