See it if you want to see a new and timely play about contemporary issues (religion, racism, profiling, faithful relationships)
Don't see it if you are a racist or anti Semitic (religious themes); you need a fully fleshed script; questionable casting for the b-way production...
See it if You like a classic dinner party of opposites, in this case racially and politically diverse, which sets off a firestorm punch in the gut.
Don't see it if Brace yourself going in. Slightly cliched in some areas, playing off stereotypes, but that's kind of the point. Appropriately intense.
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 you are comfortable leaving the theatre with conflicted emotions / you are looking for a cold examination of race relations
Don't see it if you don’t want to witness violence against women on stage / you need your shows wrapped up in a tidy package
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 fast paced dialogue that is quite well acted about themes relevant to friendship and society today
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with themes examining the struggles of multiculturalism, or would be turned off by some preachiness
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 The discourse on race, religion and discrimination was thought provoking but it was underwhelming and missed the mark.
Don't see it if This play was full of political commentary so don't see it if you don't like that type of show.