See it if Well written, acted & directed. Interesting story. Relevant story to be told in America today.
Don't see it if You don't care about slower plays. I was a bit disappointed with the ending. It needed a better more powerful conclusion.
See it if I thought the story was interesting and it was well acted.
Don't see it if You dislike plays that rely heavily on narration rather than dialog and actions to further the story.
"The characters primarily narrate their stories, often poetically, and they intermittently debate with each other the entanglement of sports and politics...Choreographically, they demonstrate the physical and emotional exhaustion the women endured. Both performers are excellent."
"Constructed as two intertwining monologues...Yes, their paths cross at crucial times, but the cumulative impact of their individual tales, from optimistic beginnings to their distressing, but sadly satisfying adult lives makes an impact that is both heartbreaking and hopeful."
"The script is hokey and oh-so-dramatic, but the story it tells is worthy of the spotlight…the minimalist approach lays the writing and one-note performances bare…I like to get my doses of political finger-wagging through more human storytelling."