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See it if you like a comedic evening free of politics, with mime, slap stick, and humor, thankfully free of politics.
Don't see it if you dislike audience participation
See it if you are interested in how race relations/history is perceived by Afro-Americans. Gets more interesting, with talk-back after show.
Don't see it if you don't like forceful opinions, a little preachy especially at beginning.
See it if you like a one man comedic show with depth and wonderful pacing, thought provoking and relevant
Don't see it if you are easily offended by racial issues
See it if you are fascinated by the intersection of conservative political thought and conservative religious beliefs.
Don't see it if you don't like superficial arguments
See it if you are interested in contemporary issues; this was staged with the setting of musical brothers, with jazz as an important metaphor.
Don't see it if you prefer easy shows which entertain but do not require thought.
See it if you like historical plays: All the issues President Carter was passionate about, discussed in a contemporary look back.
Don't see it if you don't like the female perspective to override the narrative
See it if you like absorbing stories with humor told by a master
Don't see it if you want elaborate sets (this a Japanese simplicity)