Core Creative Productions presents a play that examines the consequences of five African Americans taking a stand against police brutality. More…
Ferguson. Staten Island. Cleveland. North Charleston. Baltimore. Baton Rouge. St. Anthony. The list goes on and on. Five black friends launch a desperate gamble to end police violence, but the road to achieving justice is more elusive than they think.
See it if You want to see an interesting take on race and a radical stand on Black Lives Matter
Don't see it if you are bothered by inconsistent writing and acting.
See it if You're not racist/conservative and understand the struggles with police brutality that many face
Don't see it if You're not interested in political theater, don't like the Black Lives Matter movement
See it if you are looking for a radical take on the #BlackLivesMatter movement that is intense but darkly funny.
Don't see it if you are upset by violence or not politically minded.
See it if you want to see an incredibly timely issue (race relations in the USA) explored through theatre, or if you want to see a young, fresh cast
Don't see it if you don't want to witness occasionally violent, vigilante mentalities through the characters or dialogue that doesn't always seem believable
See it if You want to see some incredibly skillful actors who shine despite the text they are working with.
Don't see it if You are interested in a play that actually adds something to the conversation surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement.
See it if You enjoy contemporary pieces about modern societal topics such as racism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and police brutality.
Don't see it if You're sensitive to issues of race or mentions of current political affairs, or are interested in a fun, lighthearted piece.
See it if You believe in everyone being treated fairly and equally. Don't agree that we live in a post-racial America.You're aware of police brutality
Don't see it if You hate small productions/minimal staging; youth; activists; those who are anti-police, racial issues. Saw this @ "Planet Connections" fest
See it if If you're familiar with people like Nat Turner, and his rebellion, or if you're aware of the current plight of African-Americans in America.
Don't see it if Seeing violence is a deterrent; or if you're a person who has tunnel-vision & is uninterested in seeing the whole picture of Black struggle.
See it if You like delving into current issues and exploring root causes. A passionate plea to explain some of the reactions to police brutality.
Don't see it if You avoid avant-garde plays with distressing themes and difficult dialogues.