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 enjoy shows about topical subjects. This show should be required viewing for everyone!
Don't see it if You're afraid to think about common sense gun control laws.
See it if Nagle moving/inspiring embodying Southern Senator who changes in response to mass shooting of children; completely owns the role
Don't see it if script oversimplifies complex politics of gun control debate, scenes of Senator w wife and those w campaign manager too writerly
See it if You want a play that deals w/faith & politics: what happens when both are challenged? You want great writing & acting.
Don't see it if You're uncomfortable w/discussions on gun violence or questioning religion.
See it if Great protagonist in Rob Nagle-his acting is realistic, honest and appealing. Important topics are dealt with along with unexpected results
Don't see it if The play has good potential but falls short of its goal. Three other characters are stereotypical and one is overacted/directed.
See it if you might like a show that delves into politics & gun control in some interesting ways, acting is good despite some cliched dialogue & humor
Don't see it if you're off-put by a show which changes tones between scenes—one minute it's a banal sitcom, the next a serious monologue and social critique
See it if you enjoy a political commentary on contemporary issues, gun control, role of religion in politics. Rob Nagle is excellent, great monologue
Don't see it if you dislike political commentary and characture roles
See it if What begins as broad mockery of a southern political candidate & team develops into a focused crisis of faith. Quick-paced at 75 minutes...
Don't see it if ...but unevenly acted, there's plenty to consider as the story relates to issues in the news. Resounding coda.
See it if See if you are interested in a drama about political and interpersonal relationships. Well acted with an interesting twist.
Don't see it if If you are only into light dramas or musicals.
See it if you are interested in political discussion and the role of the spouse in politics.
Don't see it if you have no interest in politics and/or can't find humor in any political debate.
See it if You liked White Guy...Bus. This show addresses several hot-button issues stylishly. We need more shows like these two. It's not a comedy.
Don't see it if You're on political overload and don't want to think in the theatre. Every cliché in the book is there on stage, but skillfully done.
See it if If you want to see a smart play about the state of today's world and how we can't keeping sitting down doing nothing. I left in tears.
Don't see it if If you wanna sing and dance for the evening.
See it if you want to see a political drama that could be ripped out of today's headlines about how religion can affect political futures.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy politically based dramas that touch on sensitive beliefs.
See it if you like political sketches--the show was about an hour long; Southern accents; support stricter gun purchase laws.Good performance by lead.
Don't see it if you dislike political sketches and prefer fully fleshed out plots, are opposed to stricter gun control laws, dislike "preachy" plays.
See it if You like current events and refreshing points of view. Solid performances by all of the actors. Great show!
Don't see it if You don't want to think about current events when you are out on the town
See it if You are interested in a clever show about politics, gun control and religion.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in a play which, though humorous at times, is primarily a serous political statement.
See it if you are looking for a show that explores controversial subjects. It is very moving and surprising.
Don't see it if you expect it to be a comedy. It gets very serious abruptly.
See it if you are troubled by the current state of affairs in the U.S. & are concerned with gun control, religion & the blue state/red state divide
Don't see it if you do not question Christianity and/or the 2nd Amendment at all
See it if You want a polemic about gun control and to see great acting by Rob Nagle as the Senator
Don't see it if You want a theatrical experience with fully fleshed out characters rather than a polemic
See it if A show that questions if politics, religion & gun control belong in the same arena. Some humor helps get points across. Thought provoking.
Don't see it if You don't want to hear about politics, religion & gun control. If questioning existence of a "God" offends you.
See it if you like your comedy with a serious message
Don't see it if you simply want to be entertained and not think about important issues facing the world today
See it if you like political themes; you like a twist at the end; you like fair presentation of all sides with humor and heart;
Don't see it if you hate southerners; you do not like politically themed plays that are current; you don't like guns; you dislike Jesus infused in stories;