See it if You would enjoy a two-character play with both serious discussions and playful interactions. Great acting & brilliant dialogues.
Don't see it if If you don't like small casts/simple sets/political topics/thought-provoking discussions about cold war relations and peace.
See it if you'd enjoy a play that presents different sides of Malcolm X with great acting, multi-dimensional characters, and intelligent dialogue.
Don't see it if you do not want to reflect on an important yet complex character in history, or you want light-hearted entertainment.
See it if you are interested in C.S.Lewis's intellectual and personal life and a deeply moving story about his relationship with Joy Davidman
Don't see it if you do not want to reflect on God, love, the meaning of life and death, and many other profound theological themes
See it if you have an interest in gender politics and could enjoy a little satire. Very thought-provoking dystopian setting.
Don't see it if you have no sense of humor and/or don't care about gender issues
See it if you are interested in a thought-provoking reflection on the principles that this country is so proud of, but so often failed to uphold
Don't see it if you want light-hearted entertainment that does not touch anything deep
See it if amazing play exploring the intersection of various issues such as race, economic background, sexual orientation etc. Very moving story
Don't see it if you do not care about topics relating to systemic racial and economic inequalities and their impact on young lives
See it if you are willing to reflect on the complexity of race in contemporary America and how it relates to white people as well as people of color.
Don't see it if you believe you are 'color-blind' and America is 'post-racial' etc. etc. But even then you would find this play thought-provoking.
See it if You want to see a nuanced, in-depth reflection on Ferguson, with great acting that brings many interesting & complex characters to life
Don't see it if Can’t think of a reason to not see this show.. guess if you are apathetic and uninterested in one of the most important issues in America
See it if you care more about classical music (amazing pianist) and Fairchild's choreography than the acting
Don't see it if you cannot sit through 2 hours of awkward acting filled with long monologues + minimal interaction between the characters