"Park Your Car in Harvard Yard," the Israel Horovitz play tha had a pre-Broadway run at the Mechanic Theatre last month, opened at Broadway's Music Box Theatre last week to mixed negative reviews, most of which faulted the script but admired the performances of stars Jason Robards and Judith Ivey.
The Associated Press's Michael Kuchwara called this story of a retired high school teacher and his live-in housekeeper a "wisp of play . . . so devoid of drama that it looks to its two actors for any sense of theatricality."
Frank Rich of the New York Times described it as a "brazenly padded, intermissionless, almost two-hour anecdote." He found the acting "variable."