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See it if you want to see a well paced two hander that effectively represents lantinx identity.
Don't see it if If you want a play that delves into deeper issues of race and ethnic identity.
See it if you enjoy a witty two person show. Particularly - see it if the easy LA stereotypes make you laugh uproariously.
Don't see it if you want something surprising or if you want some real discussion about stereotypes (in this case Hispanics) in the US.
See it if you have an interest in Mexican culture, identity and class. There's Spanish interspersed throughout, but not necessary to be fluent.
Don't see it if you're sensitive about identity politics and political correctness. On second thought, you should expand your horizons and see this!
See it if you're interested in the topic of representation of women and minorities (particularly Hispanic) in Hollywood
Don't see it if you wouldn't want to see a two-person play
See it if you want an excellent presentation of cultural bias within a cultural most Americans wrongly think of as homogenous.
Don't see it if you insist on seeing riveting theatre. An unbelievable number of scene changes, the story develops very slowly and the ending is very murky.
See it if you enjoy contemporary work. I enjoyed the fluidity of languages, tv background, and cultural issues raised. I just wish it dug deeper.
Don't see it if the use of Spanish throws you. The script was unsurprising, and could use some cuts. The direction was not as nuanced as the topics demand.
See it if You want a harmless soap opera-ish tale about Hollywood workplace politics and prejudices.
Don't see it if You don't want (almost) 2 intermission-less hours of predictable story telling. Bits & pieces are in Spanish...I should have taken it in HS!
See it if You enjoy plays about the entertainment industry, specifically TV and like two-handers.
Don't see it if You like plays with longer scenes or have difficulty with characters peppering their conversation with Spanish.
See it if You care about the struggles of others. You don't mind shows with a small cast. You'd like to see something about the inner workings of tv.
Don't see it if You want music, singing, and dancing. You don't care about personal stories or struggles or how television is made.
See it if You want to see two talented young actors in an entertaining two hander.
Don't see it if You're looking for a play that takes on contemporary Latino themes from new angles.
See it if you want to see a solid, humane depiction on how race is a function of class that doesn't pull any punches.
Don't see it if You want something that'll rock your boat; this is standard gritty/realist Chicago theater (which, TBH, we don't see much in NYC anymore).
See it if you enjoy a story exploring the developing relationship between just two people.
Don't see it if you are disturbed by some of the dialogue in Spanish. (I do not know Spanish but it was obvious from tone and expression what was said.)
Also The staging was clever and enhanced the action of the play.
See it if you enjoy dialogue-based dramedy about intersectionality; compelling perfomances; meta-critique of TV as the American storytelling industry.
Don't see it if you are looking for escapism from sociopolitical reality, action-based shows, or can't make it through a 2-hour play with no intermission.
See it if you like simple, not thought provoking clunky play
Don't see it if you want to think about racial inequality presented in a new way. THIS shows doesn't show anything new or interesting.