"Writer Sean Grennan and composer Leah Okimoto have concocted a satirical reflection on the trials of marriage in modern America - everything from repellant in-laws to recalcitrant teenage offspring - while still leaving room for the occasional moment of honest tenderness and bittersweet sentiment."
"It good-naturedly chides people stupid enough to get all starry-eyed and marry, and, somehow, through thick and thin, stupid enough to end up still loving one another."
"Even if the title of the play doesn’t tip you off that it is going to be a hoot, the opening few minutes should, especially when both bride and groom at the wedding ceremony whip out long scrolls, each containing their own self-penned vows with phrases such as 'I vow to be the Ken to your Barbie.'"
" It's gratifying that chunks of real sorrow and madness marble all the farcical sing-alongs and uplift of the final act."
"The adventures (and misadventures) that follow 'I do' are the fodder for Married Alive!, the frothy yet sporadically pithy summer show that has just opened at Actors' Playhouse."