See it if You like very well acted family dramas with an uplifting, though sad, ending
Don't see it if You believe that uplifting endings are too corny. You have a problem with foul language or seeing graphic depictions of sickness
See it if You are interested in the problems and perspectives of immigrant youth in the city
Don't see it if Reading from scripts, plays that are basically just broken up monologues, although they are monologues by a number of people, annoy you
See it if You are interested in the assimilation and PTSD issues of refugees. You like relationship dramas with a lot of conversation
Don't see it if You prefer lighter fare. You have difficulty listening to foreign accents on stage.
See it if You are interested in gay cultural history and stories about flawed people trying to connect. Heartfelt dialogue and performances
Don't see it if Psychological dramedys bore you. You are deeply offended by portrayals of anal sex and teens making risqué jokes.
See it if You like historical dramas dealing with moral dilemmas
Don't see it if You dislike shows with a lot of dialogue and little action You find oral sex visually hidden but explicitly depicted onstage to be offensiv
See it if Excellent solo acting about a relevant situation
Don't see it if You have trouble with the prochoice position being expressed well. The prolife position was not expressed as well although it was implied
See it if Like shows on gay themes. Shows about how minority cultures and prejudices change over time
Don't see it if There was symbolism, talking babies, providing commentary for what otherwise would be pure naturalism-this dichotomy can be disconcerting
See it if You are interested in disability rights, you are interested in an original take on the "nothing in common" theme
Don't see it if You like actors playing romantic relationships to exude chemistry, you dislike plays about identity politics
See it if You are interested in the holocaust and Jewish history
Don't see it if You are not interested in the holocaust You like in depth character studies that focus on people's motivations
See it if You have an interest in immigrants, especially Chinese immigrants
Don't see it if You dislike non judgemental treatments of casual sex, (although this was an aside to the story) sometimes over the top characterizations
See it if You like shows about mother daughter relationships--shows about women rebelling from traditional roles
Don't see it if You have a problem with pro-life views as well as prochoice views being expressed
See it if You like shows about love triangles
Don't see it if You dislike portrayal of gay relationships, male nudity, foul language, strobe lights and non judgemental treatment of drug use and drinkin
See it if You like musicals that make a social and political point as well as psychologically complex
Don't see it if You have a problem with mediocre dance (partially because of the small stage) You do not like political themes or seeing them simplified.
See it if You are interested in the problems faced by disabled people and their carers. The point of the show is that everyone is disabled in some wa
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with disabled people and their issues. You are uncomfortable about plays about the homeless.
See it if If you are interested in the immigrant experience and different cultures, interested in 1970s US culture, like creative set design
Don't see it if If you have no interest in the immigrant experience or African culture
See it if You like good acting; you like melodrama (which here was meant to be symbolic) with a historical backdrop
Don't see it if You do not like fictionalized history, and this history was fictionalized into a preposterous story, you dislike melodrama
See it if You are interested in the emotions of young people on the verge of adulthood. You like great acting and very clever staging
Don't see it if You are expecting the show to be about the problems of African immigrants--this is not that show
See it if You are interested in Black gay life; the life of young people without families who come out of the foster care system
Don't see it if You like dance to be done on a full stage, lines that you cannot hear bother you a lot, dislike acting that seems acted
See it if You are interested in a realistic depiction of mental illness and a concise but nuanced version of the Me Too situation in theater
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with real depictions of mental illness. You are sick of hearing about Me Too situations although this is nuanced
See it if If you like cabaret style pieces. You are interested in seeing works about lesbians
Don't see it if Songs and script with some very explicit description of lesbian sex upset you. Some themes in the show have been explored before
See it if You like shows about women's empowerment and like some over the top satire
Don't see it if You dislike shows that want to make a political/psychological statement or a tired of the women's empowerment enhancing self esteem theme
See it if Interested in modern African life and culture
Don't see it if Want light fare. This is about a woman suffering from post traumatic stress disorder years after she beaten and raped as a young woman.
See it if You are interested in how the political/economic/cultural environment might affect inerracial relationships
Don't see it if You have a problem with characters moving from naturalism to symbolism. Are these guys portraying real people or are they meant to be types
See it if You are interested in modern gay history, gay relationships. If you like the gay type of humor, self deprecatory, waspish, "bitchy"
Don't see it if You consider anonymous, unrequested sex rape and are offended that it is treated with humor although this was only one too long scene.
See it if You enjoy period dramas and are interested in life among the upper class in the early twentieth century who are struggling with social chan
Don't see it if You dislike melodrama. This play tries to combine social satire with standard melodrama and it really does not work although Fitch devotes
See it if Reviewing A Fist Full of Cake A Pocketful of Miracles You like well acted comedy on gay themes Very witty dialogue.
Don't see it if You do not like shows speaking frankly, although somewhat stereotyped, about gay relationships
See it if You are interested in the effect of the economy on people and their relationships. You like shows that are primarily conversation
Don't see it if You have problems watching drunk or cynical young people.
See it if You are interested in immigrant cultures and the immigrant experience
Don't see it if Conversational dramas that focus on relationships and especially people coming to terms with hurts of the past bore you
See it if You are interested in gay relationships and history You liked Papa Woof, Daddy Hot and similar shows you like Fierstein
Don't see it if You dislike seeing things about gay relationships, you dislike shows with monologues of people reminiscing