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 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;
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 great writing; lead actor was fantastic; relevant topics no matter what side you fall on.
Don't see it if only four actors; 75 minutes; you are closed minded on the issue of gun control
See it if you don't get agitated by a (possibly) differing political/religious/moral viewpoint.
Don't see it if you don't have a taste for a plate of politico that comes with 2 sides (religion and gun control)
See it if You want to watch political dramas and care about issues about Christianity in politics and gun violence.
Don't see it if You are a supporter of an orange president. The first half of the play is better than the second half.
See it if You appreciate excellent writing, a thoroughly worked out story, and highly competent acting and directing. One of the best plays I have see
Don't see it if You object to being moved. Seriously, everyone must see this play.
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 no matter what your party, u will find the result of a politician's change of heart, after a shooting of innocent children, a worthy story
Don't see it if you're narrow minded, & out for typical Broadway fare. If you aren't drawn to any of the political dramas on television, I'd skip this one!
See it if you are interested in gun culture in America and struggling with questions of faith. Good acting. Good script.
Don't see it if gun control is an issue for you. If you are uncomfortable with issues of faith and politics.
See it if You want to see a play deal with politics, religion and gun control.
Don't see it if This was veiled as a comedy, but really this was a serious play.
See it if If you like to look at our society and its relation to our gun laws.This play highlighted the fact that something needs to be done.
Don't see it if If you are a proponent of the current gun laws.It probably would do you no good as well as change your stance about current laws.
See it if You're interested in issues relating to gun violence
Don't see it if You're not interested in issues dealing with gun violence or are offended by profanity
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'd like a refreshing take on a serious blue/red conflict: right-wing gun nut/jesus freak politician comes to his senses, yet at a cost.
Don't see it if Lead actor is very good in a well-written part. Other characters are less well-drawn and performances are less polished.
See it if A fresh look at the politics of religion & sympathetic portrayal of a figure oft-aligned in theater - a Southern Baptist good ol' boy.
Don't see it if you're looking for scathing satire or raucous comedy - this has humor but at its core is a serious & heartfelt look at USA's gun crisis.
See it if you like to see behind the scenes dynamics of a politican, his wife & staff as they deal w/ their conflicting political & personal values.
Don't see it if you expect more comedy than serious treatment of the subject matter: of gun laws, a politician's faith & how this affects his politics.
See it if You enjoy dark comedies about current political realities. This play addresses gun violence is a very direct and constructive way.
Don't see it if You don't like to mix politics with your entertainment. This show hits you over the head with its political perspective.
See it if you want an edifying look at what compassionate conservatives would be like if they were true to the values they proclaim.
Don't see it if you can't handle some amateur moments. Lead actor was fantastic though and made a script that could be preachy in the wrong hands sing.
See it if You'd enjoy a political drama set in North Carolina. It's advertised as a serious comedy but I would never describe it as a comedy.
Don't see it if You're not open to hearing political opinions that may differ from yours
See it if You enjoy your political drama mixed with a lot of humor and relevance. The acting is terrific.
Don't see it if You don't like plays about political intrigue, morality and issue related dialogue.
See it if You want to see a play that reflects current political issues in an entertaining manner in a good production.
Don't see it if You want to completely escape the world of politics.