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Just saw “Grey House,” and it was not what I was expecting. While I did scream a couple of times, I wouldn’t go with the expectation of being terrified. Creepy and funny and oddly musical in a good way. It brings up questions that only you can answer and that’s where the horror lies. The cast was great! Those kids will make you laugh, break your heart and chill you to the bone. Laurie Metcalf is a Broadway treasure.
Veronica L. from New York, New York
CAPTIVATING AND HIGHLY ALLEGORICAL
The cast is impressively talented. Each of the younger actors in the show were phenomenal; Tatiana Maslany was amazing herself. I also loved Cyndi Coyne as the Ancient, because her presence was both haunting and beautiful.
Without online research post-play, I would be considerably incapable of interpreting what I saw, so my understanding of the story is based on all the reading I did afterward. Our seats were very near the stage, at Stage Left, which likely staved any chance of boredom on my part.
Thematically, I see this show as apolitical, yet there are people who invariably feel otherwise. Instead, it strikes me as an acknowledgement for the many inhumane missteps that have placed a burden on American society as a whole. Once the symbolism is made clear, men AND women can tease out the impact of their own past choices.
I did not love the excessive cursing, which made me want to rate this lower than a '4'. It just was overdone and made me feel uncomfortable for the younger people (even the boy in the play, who is probably unfazed).
The production value - the sounds, the set, the overall creativity of the play - was superior to almost anything I've seen before.
For context, I actually am not a fan of most musicals, and prefer the depth of a play. However, the voices of the performers (the harmonizing) were almost a religious experience to hear.
Level of scary: With 10 being "the first time I saw the Shining", I would say this is about a level 5.
Level of gruesome: With 10 being "Hannibal", I would say a 9.
Level of mesmerization: With 10 being "Sixth Sense" level of interest: a 9 for me. I was NEVER bored.
Michael C from New York, New York
GREAT CAST NOT SO RIVETING LIKE PULLING TEETH PERIODICALLY 😳
Disappointed but a bunch T of a bore at some point but sprinkled with a lol comedy here n there thanks to Mr.Sparks and Ms Metcalff .
Marie from New York, New York
NOT FOR EVERYONE
I personally enjoyed this very symbolic play that contrasted living life in black and white vs. the grey areas ( the house). The couple came to that house because they were broken.and it is in this space they struggled, fought ghosts and fears, touched honesty, and realized the choice to stay or leave was theirs.
The play generated great discussion with a friend and I was glad to have seen it. On my way to the ladies room one woman gave it a big thumbs down. Perhaps she came expecting a “black and white” story.
Alan from New York, New York
SKIP THIS PLAY
Grey House was terrible. The writing (to make it suspenseful ?) was forced and missed the mark. Hey, even good actors can do only so much with lame material.
There was nothing ‘eerie’ (the adjective most attached to this play)…it was just baaaad!
Bad writing, bad directing.
Denise from New York, New York
NOT FOR ME
Although the acting was good, I never felt like I truly understood what was going on right up until the end and including the end. I got the general gist of what was happening, but the specifics escaped me. I felt very unsatisfied with the whole experience.
Bob from New York, New York
WHAT THE HELL
Save your money. Not worth the time. How was this even allowed to be on Broadway. Just awful
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