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 think mass shootings will bring about gun control and need an additional shove in that direction
Don't see it if you are a realist and need a more profound look at the gun issue and a belief in God.
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 like plays wonderfully acted about current topics -that make you think, without hitting you over the head.
Don't see it if You are not open to interpretation of ideas.
See it if If a short play, about 70 minutes, that covers politics, faith and gun violence sounds interesting. See it.
Don't see it if If you feel that there should be no regulations on who can own any type of gun. Do not go.
See it if you want to see a small, talented cast perform a play that deals with politics, religion, and gun-violence.
Don't see it if you want an uplifting show. Although they did a good job navigating relevant issues, I felt like they were preaching to the choir.
See it if you love political behind the scenes stories. Nothing particularly new here re church & state debate but terrific performance by Rob Nagle.
Don't see it if you don't like anything having to do with politics and religion and gun control.
See it if small cast of empathic actors, enacting a passionate, balanced debate over the role of religion in politics; greatly moving & worthwhile
Don't see it if You dislike heavy political topics (gun violence), even though there was a good deal of comedic relief, well-delivered
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 feel something personal: and what works is the even handed way the playwright makes his case. Guns: the "American Dream": NO!
Don't see it if You love Trump and the rest of the idiots who make you want to vomit in the current administrations.
See it if liberal issues of the day are a central interest. Good twist late in the show.
Don't see it if You are conservative or unwilling to hear a passionate rant on a crisis of faith.
See it if You are looking for a funny yet serious play about Politics, God, & Gun Control. It has great acting and a number of great lines.
Don't see it if You are expecting a large production with a fancy stage or if you expect it to be about what is currently happening in the White House.
See it if You want a brilliantly acting cohesive team providing a stimulating politically astute play.
Don't see it if You don't want to think about the political and moral implications of our actions.
See it if You enjoy an extremely well acted,well written play about issues that need to be discussed. A funny play about a serious issue-gun control
Don't see it if You want singing and dancing. This is a very talented cast bringing light to a topical issue.
See it if You enjoy comedies with a message. The acting is uniformily fine. It is well paced and it has a gripping ending.
Don't see it if You cannot tolerate Southern accents or too easy ethnic or regional jokes.
See it if You are interested in an intelligent discussion about gun control presented with a dramatic, compelling story.
Don't see it if You are unwilling to listen to well reasoned arguments against your position on gun control (no matter which side you are on).
See it if you want to see a well written play performed by an excellent cast. Fast paced and very topical.
Don't see it if you don't like short plays with a lot of dialogue in a small theater dealing with politics and religion in a humorous but serious manner.
See it if you enjoy a thoughtful take on the intersection of religion and politics.
Don't see it if you don't like hearing about touchy, political topics.
See it if You care about the contemporary moment and issues facing the nation. You're a questioning religious person, you want to laugh
Don't see it if You don't like your beliefs being questioned (if you're pro gun or very religious) it's difficult for you to follow quick, often dry humor