In this new African-American family comedy, Baneatta and Beverly attempt to put their sisterly differences aside to bury their father, Bernard. More…
From the show:
All is well at the funeral until it's revealed that Bernard had not just two daughters, but three. Wig pins loosen, as truths emerge, leaving this African-American family to confront their skeletons head on; naturally with lots of love, shade, and prayer along the way.
See it if for a great cast wonderfully performing a well-written script in an intimate setting. It will have you laughing at their mannerisms and talk
Don't see it if you do not like family humor based around a funeral where bringing together all members bring friction with love.
See it if You want to see a fun and funny family comedy that takes place during a funeral. You want to laugh and walk away feeling good.
Don't see it if You are not interested in seeing a African - American family comedy. You don't want to laugh. You don't want to have a fun afternoon or eve
See it if You want to see a well-constructed comedy. I haven’t laughed so uncontrollably hard since “The Book of Mormon”. It is a must see!
Don't see it if You don’t like African-American humor or wanted to see a serious thought-provoking drama, this is not your kind of play.
See it if You like family dramas. Lots of people with lots of personalities here.
Don't see it if You don't like family dramas. Getting out to the Queens Theatre is difficult for you.
See it if you like an all around excellent productions with good writing, good design, good acting, good drama, good comedy, and some good themes.
Don't see it if Mind a play having issues finding an ending and maybe having two many ideas. Mind some interactions with the actors.
See it if you like funny, touching, heart-felt & everyday family drama. Well-written & well-acted. You become part of the family! Enjoy!
Don't see it if you're looking for razzle-dazzle or deep existential exploration. This is just a delightful and moving family drama.
See it if You like comedies and wish to support great regional theatre. Bring your whole family to see. It is old fashioned wholesome entertainment. .
Don't see it if you prefer dramas or musicals instead. Reaching the Queens Theatre venue may require driving, as is not easily reached by public transport.
See it if you want an entertaining family comedy centered around (of all things) a funeral, with pretty good acting
Don't see it if you don't want to trek deep into Queens (especially if taking public transportation); don't think a comedy about a black funeral is for you
See it if You love a dramedy featuring strong female leads, palpable comedy, a wonderful cast, and a great set in a small space.
Don't see it if You don't like plays with strong women in the lead. Or you don't like chickens or biscuits.