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See it if you like Sam Hunter's work and want to see his writings done by a diverse cast
Don't see it if you get annoyed by cheap and cliched plot device, especially from an established writer
See it if you wanna see what the fuzz is about; in an interracial relationship with a white partner or as the white partner; just wanna stage nudity
Don't see it if you don't like story with intense racial tension; or that's too long etc.
See it if you want to get into the mind of conservatives and witness a conversation that's crudely honest
Don't see it if you don't like talky theatre that wants to tackle bigger and deeper themes; or you don't like 2 hour shows without an intermission
See it if you enjoy a contemporary play about three black girls living the black American life and the hilarity and insanity that come with it
Don't see it if you don't like explicit sexual content or want a play with a solid structure
See it if you like a contemporary version of the story with many great one-liners
Don't see it if don't like to sit in a theatre with tiny seats for 2 h 30 mins
See it if you like brilliant and layered storytelling: timelines intercepting each other, videography, movement, live percussion
Don't see it if you don't like to see rape being depicted on stage
See it if you want a refreshing take on many of the LGBTQ issues facing queer POCs, from an unapologetically black fem queer point of view.
Don't see it if you don't want stories that challenge you, or think that black writers should only write about slavery and police brutality.
See it if you like an energetic show, great singing and acting
Don't see it if you don't like linear shows
See it if a tender and clever story about displacement, loneliness, and language and what's lost in translation. Nassim plays with form and structure.
Don't see it if don't like audience engagement or want a cohesive "plot" to follow
See it if relevant theatre about immigration/refugee and the past we can't just simply put behind us or escape
Don't see it if family drama, immigration-related issues aren't your thing
See it if you want to see three amazing actors trying to portray six roles.
Don't see it if you don't like white family dramas with an excruciating amount of small talks and unimportant details.
See it if you like one-man shows filled with jokes
Don't see it if want a thought-provoking, engaging story
Also end of play is nice, just takes way too long to get there