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 see a play that deals with very serious topics( guns, faith & politics ) with a simple staging
Don't see it if You want to avoid a play that deals with guns & faith. It pretends to be a serious "work" but in the end is like a bad and long SNL sketch
See it if you enjoy mediocrely written liberal porn. You enjoy low-brow easy laughs.
Don't see it if you prefer nuanced and thought-provoking shows about politics, religion, and guns. You don't enjoy caricaturish plays the rely on cliche.
See it if you really, really like political clickbait. This is basically clickbait onstage - somehow both histrionic and deathly banal.
Don't see it if you want any depth, nuance, or humor in your politics. Or your theater. Woof. Swing and a miss.
See it if You want to see a play about gun violence, not actually about Church & State like it suggests. The play is afraid of its own ambitions.
Don't see it if You want a story that actually says something, instead of throwing thorny political issues at the wall and seeing what sticks.