The Humans-Theater review

The ensemble creates one of the most authentic families ever seen on stage. Dysfunction flies throughout this 100-minute magical theater experience. The plot touches on the collapse of the middle class, dementia, colitis, a trust fund baby, infidelity, and gut-wrenching breakups. Stephen Karam’s play rips through the proscenium gorgeously with pitch perfect lighting and set design. The seamless direction by Joe Mantello hits every nuance in this Pulitzer finalist. You will leave the theater flabbergasted by the tunnel and burnt out light bulb images that tie together the strands of the story.

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