See it if You like “The Temptations”, duh 🙄 (all 24 of them, lol 😆), but, mainly “The Classic 5”. Wow! Such powerful and all-star performances, all
Don't see it if Around. I’m 35, so the group’s heyday was a little before my time, but, this jukebox musical was not only informative, but, brought the heat
See it if You know what? It is over 6 hours long and part 1 does have more humor than part 2, although it makes sense to see it as a unit, but, the
Don't see it if Acting is superb! The stage is minimal, although I like the trickery of which the created scenes and ambiance with what little they had. If
See it if It’s slapstick. It’s funny! It’s Police 👮🏽 Cops 🚓! This is my 3rd installment that I’m seeing and I laugh every time. It’s light comedy
Don't see it if And entertainment for the evening. It’s worth the price of a small admission. It definitely has a niche audience. It’s improv, with some
See it if This 95-minute Play is so touching and funny, at the the same time. Totally in my wheelhouse in terms of the type of show I like. I totally
Don't see it if Recommend. No reason not to see and tickets 🎫 are inexpensive. It’s in a black box theatre 🎭 and this works, because we’re (the audience)
See it if I’m going to make this short- NO ONE REASON NOT TO SEE! It’s so entertaining. I’ve only seen it once, but, it’s great 👍🏽 to know that each
Don't see it if Performance would be different. I didn’t get the “superstars”, but, it didn’t matter- the 5 + 2 musicians we had were EXCELLENT. Improv on
See it if You like a talented cast of 3 actors, who’s acting is pretty strong, with a decent script, and great staging. There’s a good mix of “basic-
Don't see it if Ness” with pretentiousness. Strong language, both eloquently, as well as, graphically. Mild violence. If sirens or child abduction triggers
See it if First of, I’d totally see this again- bummed it closing tomorrow— it’s totally my type of show: there’s humor, drama, and suspense. LGBT,
Don't see it if Interracial, inter-generational, timely... what else could I ask for? The acting was spot on, by all. The teenage, “mulatto”/black girl,with
See it if Honestly, I’m glad I didn’t go (or not go) based on the “Show-Score” average; it was actually quite good. The acting, especially the “Raheem
Don't see it if Reynolds” character, was quite good. The main acting issue was the lowness of the British actress’s tone, especially with the AC on, but,
See it if You like Keith Hamilton Cobb. I was an “All My Children” fan and knew him from there, albeit a brief stint. I didn’t follow him much after,
Don't see it if However, I didn’t realize how dynamic of an actor Keith is. He speaks to the plight of “rejected” actors, specifically large, black, male
See it if You like a 65-70 minute long, 2-character, black box theatre, lesbian love story. Can co-workers ever fall in love? The acting was spot-on,
Don't see it if But, the script was lacking. I think they could’ve done more on the interracial dynamics of the relationship, I mean, it was highlighted in
See it if You’re interested in the plight of the LGBT+ community, outside the U.S. Fictional characters/story, inspired by actual events. There was
Don't see it if Humor, but, I also fought not to cry. The acting was EXCELLENT, especially the younger brother and sister, but, all 6 in the ensemble were
See it if Sometimes you have to enjoy a cliché, or a cliched character. It was an enjoyable 90-minute, 5-character, black box theatre play, which,
Don't see it if Essentially was talking about itself- small time actors in a big city, fighting for whatever roles they can get. It’s lgbt. Some singing.
Also Talented cast. It had a great frame narrative. Kudos.
See it if You’d like to know about historical figures who don’t get talked about. It could’ve went without an intermission, but, it was a well-acted
Don't see it if Well-produced piece of theatre. There’s strong language, including the “N-word”, of course, some sexual gestures, and possible anti-LGBT
See it if Oh my God. Ok, so I’m gonna be nice, considering that I was apart of the first audience. I researched the show, a little, as I am a queer
Don't see it if Black gender-nonconformist myself, and I really wanted to like the show, BUT: TURN ON THE DAMN AC and just have the actors speak louder (the
See it if “Let it Go”, the performance by Cassie, who can SANG (I loved her from “Ghost: the musical”) and the “‘magic of Disney” involved in the song
Don't see it if Are enough to see the show. I wasn’t a fan of most of the other songs, stylistically, but, Sven was an awesome sight to see. The staging was
See it if You like community theater, which is actually pretty good. I wasn’t sure what to expect. There was barely any references to “Jack” being an
Don't see it if “Aunt”, but, it wasn’t really necessary. The cast of 6 was good, specifically “Jack”. I loved the “Will & Grace” reference. It was great
See it if Kelli O’Hara can sing 🎤 her tail off! Corbin Bleu is a looker and great tap dancer 🕺🏼. The cast is greatly talented. A musical within a
Don't see it if Musical, “Kiss Me Kate” delivers. I just had some elocution issues. I attended a Relaxed Performance and was SO pleased that my bro, who has
See it if So first off, it’s 2 hours, including intermission (I had to rush to work afterwards). Overall, there were the cliche’s: the twink, the bear
Don't see it if The insecure bear, the queen, fems, abs the BBC, which out of all the eggplants makes everything worth while (I can say that, as I’m also
See it if You like polysyllabic words or Chekhov, I’m not familiar with the latter, so some things went over-my-head. Funny, mostly. See at least once
Don't see it if You’re not familiar with Chekhov. Don’t like cussing or breaking the fourth wall. Cynicism. I just expected more “suckiness”. Lollipops yay!
See it if You’re gay or gay-friendly. Will enjoy a pre-show karaoke 🎤 by an older gay man 👨, which helped if you were late, as the show started 15-
Don't see it if Min after the listed time. Small black box theatre 🎭. Ok 👌🏽 acting. Funny, yet, cliched. Comp tix or discount code should be used, but,
See it if You like a 90-min, 2 actor play. Great acting, great use of a small black box theatre. Props helped the action. Premise was explained at the
Don't see it if End. Some violence. I HATED the use of the “R” word! (I have a special needs sibling). It’s definitely community theatre at its best.
See it if Ok, so I never read the book, but, always heard about it, especially from a "Friends" episode + I've seen Kristolyn in 3 other productions
Don't see it if In the past several months and think she's awesome, so I decided to see this. I was actually quite pleased, amused, and interested. It kept
See it if You want to see an "Archie Bunker-like" personality on stage. It felt like an old sitcom. I liked the staging for the space it was offered.
Don't see it if The "lesbians" were likeable. The illness subplot was good in weaving things together. It was an okay show- try to get como tickets!
See it if You like classical plays- I don't much, but, I went to an autism/sensory-friendly performance with my brother, so any outing with him is a
Don't see it if Good time. The show is dated for my taste, but, the cast was talented and set was AMAZING. The classical-operatic English-style singing- not
Also For me, but, I'd implore anyone to see this at least once!
See it if This show is definitely not for the faint at heart: if you are opposed to Black Issues, Women Issues, Sexual Talk, Casual Relationships, the
Don't see it if N-word, parties/clubs, or LGBTQ--- this show is not for you. I'm Black, but, I cringe at the N-word + there's some shouting, where words are
See it if You're not afraid of having the conversation about school shootings and guns in America. You like an intimate theatre (audience faces each
Don't see it if other), with awesome actors. Don't see it if the topic triggers you, if seeing a gun frightens you, or if you're opposed to harsh language.
See it if You like a talent cast of 11 (including children), who play multiple characters. It’s very emotive, well-acted, well-staged. If you watch
Don't see it if AND love ❤️ “This Is Us”, on NBC, then you’ll love this play. I love that the cast was diverse, in age, gender, ethnicity, size, etc. I love
See it if It’s an ABSURDIST play, but, there’s NOTHING absurdist about it. It’s semi-autobiographical. It’s cathartic & therapeutic for the audience
Don't see it if & author, even if you’re NOT a Queer Man Of Color. There’s brief nudity, simulated sex & violence, and harsh language, but, it’s all within
See it if It’s so many adjectives, but, necessary. It starts off SO funny 😆 and sexual, than act 2, takes a turn, but, makes sense with Act 1, then
Don't see it if Act 3 summarizes a couple of the characters lives. I can see where people were confused 🤷🏽♂️ and it is a smidge over 2 hours, without an
See it if You know I had this on my list of plays to see. If you’re a feminist, educated in political/ worldly culture, pro-women, pro-LGBT, non-pious
Don't see it if Not offended by seances, blood, sacrifices, sexual topics, drugs, and know some Spanish- you’ll like this. It was VERY entertaining. All the
See it if So bummed that I found out that this is closing WAY early- in a few days- after just 20 days. It was SO entertaining. “Mary Magdalene” is an
Don't see it if An amazing singer and actress. “Lucifer” was well-casted and sung well. “Jesus” had an innocence about him, even though I could see where
See it if You want to hear a true-to-life account of a horrific incident. 90-minutes long. 4 “actors” on stage, even though the writer/mother is not
Don't see it if An actress. Great acting on the other 3’s part. It’s a dramatic memory piece, with light humor and slight cussing 🤬. It’s therapeutic.
See it if If you like black box theatre. The “Show-Score” reviews were less-than-stellar, so I didn’t expect much out of it. It’s 30-minutes long; it
Don't see it if Gave me enough time to see a show and still make it to work on time— I liked that. It really wasn’t THAT bad, really. It had several funny
See it if You like festival plays. This was Community Theatre 🎭 @ it’s best. The entire venue is. It was a far-fetched concept where 5 characters,
Don't see it if Some in the entertainment industry, some not, all with different accents, are on a farm, in Missouri. It was bizarre, but,,.. it worked.
See it if You like talented younger & older actors, non-musical, decent set design, at an easy-to-get-to theatre. The “Show-Score” average score does
Don't see it if This play NO justice. It was fantastic. I laughed and I cried, even though I was exhausted from a long day. It was well-acted. I will say
See it if You like camp. It was “As the Stomach Turns”, as referenced in the play. Overall, it was enjoyable, for a comped ticket. The cast seemed out
Don't see it if Of synch. The Danish character seemed French, the “Master”, the son, was good, but, his vernacular matched no one else’s, which I guess made
See it if You’d like to kick back, have fun, and laugh for 2 hours (including intermission). It was interactive and immersive- so people were pulled
Don't see it if On stage- thankfully, I avoided that, but, the brave souls that did partake, were great. Some singing. Some rapping. Some science. There was
See it if Well, it’s billed as being relevant to the #MeToo movement, but, also #BlackLivesMatter, as well. I had the book as a child, but, couldn’t
Don't see it if Recall the story. It was SO intense. The staging helped move the action. There is “N”-word usage and simulated sex and violence, for those
See it if You like to see the beginnings of a relationship. It’s LGBT 🏳️🌈, it quirky, some sex talk, simulated sex (in the dark), actors take on
Don't see it if Additional characters-briefly. It’s in Spanish, though there are English subtitles overhead (I don’t speak Spanish, but understood what was
See it if You are not opposed to Caribbean (Trinidadian) accents, with 5 talented actresses playing multiple roles, with subject matters such as:
Don't see it if Enslavement, underaged sex, and abuse. It’s a play-within-a play. Nice theatre space. Well crafted. It’s a shame that the audience was empty
See it if You like a “viral sensation”. I saw it off/Broadway and didn’t get the hype. It was just loud! The kids seemed to love it. I’d say see it
Don't see it if Once, but, that’s enough... totally overrated!
See it if You like wrestling 🤼♀️ or “The Game of Thrones”. It’s immersive, so be prepared to be picked on. Small theatre 🎭. 2 actors. 1 hour of fun
Don't see it if The only real issue, for me, was the Scottish/British/Welch/Irish accent (I’m not sure 🤔 which it was), but, I had to squint my eyes & ears
See it if You’re into the black queer narrative. Some harsh language, the N-word, and sexual talk, but, it was all relevant, as it was all woven to-
Don't see it if Gether. One of the best musicals, I’ve seen. It’s such a pivotal piece about the black gay plight. No reason not to see, unless you’re
See it if You’re lgbtq+ of any age. Understand the gay male’s plight. It actually surprised me. I wasn’t sure of the direction, but, it steered right
Don't see it if Anti- lbgt or sex talk... and against a show which could’ve done without an intermission. Non-musical, with some music...
See it if Must see! Great staging. Omg! Even though I hate theatre-in-the-round, this was beautifully done! I really felt like I was in a recording
Don't see it if Studio. The singing/ songwriting was amaze balls. I loved that there was a non-binary actor of the original “Angel” from “Rent”. Superb job
See it if You like to see a small, talented cast, off-off-Broadway. All 4 actors were phenomenal in this 100-minute play. Totally for millennials,
Don't see it if Although an older crowd can enjoy it. Lots of drinking, cussing, and drugs. My only gripe is, it could've been possibly 10-minutes shorter.
See it if You like a good historical lesson, that's not TOO preachy, with great singing, acting, and staging, with adorable kids. I liked that it was
Don't see it if In a "Boys & Girls Club" too, giving Broadway 🎭 caliber performance to a community space. My only critique is some diction issues.
See it if Don't miss the beginning! There are some Thai cliches, but, they acknowledge that; the Thai audience members seemed to agree. Slight accents
Don't see it if Small talented cast of minorities, meshing their experiences together. Needs very little work, but, overall ok. Good special effects. Go See
See it if Laurie Metcalfe is a fantastic performer. John Lithgow was good, although I was hoping for the "Bill Clinton" voice. The actor who played
Don't see it if Former President Barack Obama, really favored him. Nice premise (10 years ago), but, I expected more. I'm glad it was under 90-minutes.
See it if I wasn't sure to expect, but, it's a great story of love/ hope gained and lost. The Irish accents were good, although one actor seemed to go
Don't see it if In-and-out. A "plot twist" for lack-of-better-term was unclear at first, but, then became apparent. There's really no reason not to see it,
Also Unless you hate the notion of Irish 🍀 and drinking 🍹!