Emmy-nominated writer Jason Odell Williams' fast-paced comedy about faith, politics, and “The Twitter” makes its New York debut. More…
Three days before his bid for re-election in North Carolina, a Republican US senator makes an off-the-cuff comment to a blogger that calls into question the politico's belief in God. His devoutly Christian wife and liberal Jewish campaign manager try to contain the damage. This comic look at how religion, guns, and social media influence our political system aims to be honest, affecting, and uplifting.
See it if You want to hear polemics about gun control and have not even a grade school education about separation of church & state, want cheap laughs
Don't see it if Mercifully short, there is really no reason to see this clinker, save for a decent performance from the lead character. Superficial & banal
See it if you are passionate about plays that explore politics, faith and gun control.
Don't see it if you expect there to be action or you'd like the ending to resonate.
See it if You are passionately in favor of gun control; do not want to sit through a lengthy play.
Don't see it if You are not into politics or have very conservative views; are expecting any revelations or unique insights on the topic of gun control;
See it if you're a right-winger who was a sucker for The West Wing, but not too down into the details
Don't see it if you're picky about stagecraft. It's badly cast, and feels like a cheesy lead-up to a final speech.
See it if earnest attempt to present issues of the day warrants your price of admission
Don't see it if school shootings, political mistruth, southern accents, electioneering, assassination, the NRA, 2nd amendment rights etc. rattle you