After a hit run Off-Broadway, Jeremy O. Harris's new play comes to Broadway. This provocative work aims to rip apart history to shed new light on the nexus of race, gender, and sexuality in 21st century America. More…
From the show:
The Old South lives on at the MacGregor Plantation - in the breeze, in the cotton fields...and in the crack of the whip. It's an antebellum fever-dream, where fear and desire entwine in the looming shadow of the Master's House. Jim trembles as Kaneisha handles melons in the cottage, Alana perspires in time with the plucking of Phillip's fiddle in the boudoir, while Dustin cowers at the heel of Gary's big, black boot in the barn. Nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is as it seems.
See it if You are looking for a different viewpoint of race, gender, and sexuality.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a show which reenacts sexual acts from 200 years ago which then confusingly leads into a group therapy session.
See it if You are expecting a great show. The writing was extremely sophomoric. Save your money and your time. Actors tried their best with this
Don't see it if you fell into the hype of the controversy. I did and the controversy is probably the only thing that kept people coming. It was bad writing
See it if You’re interested in heavy sexual content with no relevance to the title. or you enjoy non traditional plays.
Don't see it if You are bothered my plays that focus on heterosexual as well as gay sexual relationships. Non musical and confused story. Title no relevanc