Poet Aziza Barnes makes their playwriting debut with this poignant and comic play about three twenty somethings in New York City hunting for intimacy and purpose in a city that doesn’t seem to care. More…
When shit goes down, your girls show up."BLKS" introduces us to Octavia, Imani, and June. They drink a lot. They smoke a lot. They try to have sex. A lot. When they need each other the most, the women rally to “resurrect their fly” in a day full of humorous and painful attempts to be heard through the noise that surrounds them.
See it if Sitcom feel w/explicit sex talk & misadventures, as drinking & weed-smoking girl roommates try to find their way. Many funny moments.
Don't see it if Abuse, racism, fetishism & les/bi mixed into the sexual situations. Lots of yelling. Exaggerated, mentally unbalanced characters.
See it if ur prepared for a frank, vulgar, funny, poignant slice-of-life from 3 black, unabashed millennial roommates "gettin' busy" in the big city.
Don't see it if ur offended by raunchy (but very real & human) sex talk and profanity; ur hoping for a satisfying payoff to the outrageous buildup.
See it if Nice new theater (our first production there) Rotating set creates many scenes. About 6 such seen in recent weeks. Works well. ALSO
Don't see it if Raunchy,and Degrading, Possibility of my age being a factor for this view. Yelling and shouting doesn't work for me.
Also The effort is there for the actors but it does not overcome my view.
See it if you like story about wild/crazy night in the city, millennial characters, and overall want to be entertained. Also relevant social themes.
Don't see it if you are offended by vulgar language and sexual content. If you're looking for a clean, family friendly show this is not it.
See it if you like 90 minutes of locker room humor, of women behaving badly, of racist stereotypes.I can not believe that this is how women act.
Don't see it if you can avoid it.I am a white woman & wasn't offended by the dimwitted white woman.I was VERY offended at the portrayal of the black women.
See it if The story of 3 young black women in Bushwick. I think young people would enjoy and relate to this show.
Don't see it if Lots of stuff I didn’t understand or relate to. I guess I’m too old. I found it raunchy. I didn’t get the jokes.
See it if you’d enjoy a day-in-the-life comedy about a group of friends. There is much humor & resonance in the proceedings; it’s a lively experience.
Don't see it if you don’t like humor based in realistic situations (some funny, some sad). I can’t imagine going to this and not enjoying the talented cast.
See it if It was so great to see queer women of color front and center in a show that celebrated joy and quirkiness and sex and immaturity and the
Don't see it if ludicrousness of being young and free in a big city. It framed the main trio's shenanigans firmly in the time, acknowledging the specific
See it if you are looking to experience the NEW black theater production of the moment.
Don't see it if you are EXPECTING the second coming of Raisin In The Sun, because this ain't anywhere near you momma's Raisin In The Sun, by any means!!!
See it if You want to see a play that will make you laugh at times while addressing relevant social issue.
Don't see it if You want a compelling narrative or you are squeamish on risqué topics being addressed on stage.
See it if you want to see an energetic cast work well together to portray friendship. There is an authenticity and a fair amount of humor.
Don't see it if you like to be able to understand everything said onstage. I couldn't. Too much talking while laughing and yelling. I missed a lot, I think.
See it if you want to see a play involving the black LBGT community; you are satisfied with good acting even if you don't like the story
Don't see it if you are offended by seeing sexual acts on stage; you are offended by crude language;
See it if you enjoy a well-written, hilarious show about the graphic sexual exploits of 20-something black women.
Don't see it if you're offended by vulgar language, simulated sex, the N-word,
See it if you want a comedic look at the lives and issues of young black females.
Don't see it if you can't handle profanity, violence, simulated sex or revolving stages.
See it if you wonder what it is like to always have to look over your shoulder in public or how a great group of friends can heal you
Don't see it if foul language, violence or sexual situations offend you
See it if ..you enjoy simulated sex acts by careless narcissistic black millennial roommates who sleep with anything that moves. Rapid-fire ebonics.
Don't see it if .. you prefer intelligent thoughtful dialog and plot points.
See it if you want to groove on a scabrously funny, very well-performed comedy on what it's like to be Young, Brooklynite, and Black.
Don't see it if you want more from theater than a very special episode of a happenin' pay cable multi-cam comedy.
See it if you don't mind overtly sexual and sometimes raunchy humor. The show is hysterical, but it's definitely not a brand of humor for all.
Don't see it if you shy away from open, sometimes off-the-cuff conversation about sex, bodies, race, and society. Though I feel it's necessary uneasiness.
See it if want to see 3 women deal with their romantic lives and preference. good and bad ways men treat women but how women can do the same
Don't see it if female dating lives don't interest you