The Pulitzer Prize winning drama about a dinner party gone awry arrives on Broadway, starring Gretchen Mol and Josh Radnor. More…
New York. Today. Corporate lawyer Amir Kapoor is happy, in love, and about to land the biggest career promotion of his life. But beneath the veneer, success has come at a price. When Amir and his artist wife, Emily, host an intimate dinner party at their Upper East Side apartment, what starts out as a friendly conversation soon escalates into something far more damaging.
See it if you are into politics surrounding race and religion and minorities in America.
Don't see it if politically charged shows don't excite you. It's not about politics but it is very political.
See it if You want to see a really intense, thought-provoking, masterfully written play that stays with you
Don't see it if You prefer one dimensional characters, clear cut takeaways, or lighthearted plays
See it if you want to something that isn't very typical but has a great message that is conveyed to the audience and will leave you thinking
Don't see it if you are not a fan of plays or silence makes you feel uncomfortable
See it if You want to talk for hours afterwards about the various viewpoints expressed by the characters. Masterfully provocative.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in debates on current events, fundamentalism, identity politics, discrimination
See it if you want to be left speechless. If you've ever had a crisis of faith. If you've ever felt marginalized. If you want to think.
Don't see it if you don't want to hear talk about religion, race, and gender.
See it if This was such a well crafted play that explores racism at all levels. The dinner party scene is brilliant.
Don't see it if If exploring racism/ pregidious around wealthy educated moslems, blacks ,Jews and wasps are a problem for you .
See it if Stories about cultural/identity divides, workplace clashes, and generational differences are of interest to you.
Don't see it if You are looking for something lighthearted and non-confrontational.