Though theater critics have mostly panned Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown for its scattered, jittery delivery ( TheTimes' Ben Brantley called it "a sad casualty of its own wandering mind"), AndrewAndrew thought the play's hectic pace and disjointedness made for "never a dull moment." Check out their review in the video above.
Speaking of New York Times critics, Andrews find it very odd that Charles Isherwood initially made Will Eno's DeLillo-evoking Middletown a critic's pick, only to revoke the tile, only for the title to be returned again by yesterday. Make up your mind Ish! Andrews, on the other hand, were certain from the start of their iPhone-recorded insta-review below, that they were crazy about this "epic examination of minutiae."