Theatre at St. Clement's presents this new musical about the trials and tribulations of immigration. More…
Han, a South Korean starving artist living in Harlem, is fighting for his chance at the American Dream. Trouble is, he's not an American citizen. After meeting Mia, a spunky aspiring singer with skeletons to hide, they come up with a mutually beneficial plan: a fake marriage that earns her money and him a green card. But will Han’s girlfriend, Mia’s criminal ex-boyfriend, and a suspicious immigration officer derail their scheme?
See it if you want to support new shows.
Don't see it if you're in it for an engaging, thought-provoking show. The show had more rough edges than shine. There was no chemistry between the cast.
See it if you want a very original story that very cleverly illustrates the struggle that is being an immigrant and immigrating to the U.S.
Don't see it if you want great dancing, although the dancing is quite irrelevant.
See it if You get a free ticket and have nothing else to do
Don't see it if You enjoy theatre see it if Joomin(u/s Han) is on. Those poor talented actors....
See it if You want to see the next Rent, West side story type of musicals. I liked how it mirrors the current social issues in a humorous way.
Don't see it if You don't want to sit at the church.
See it if Read a review on NBC then came to watch- thought provoking story line and great staging with such tight budget.
Don't see it if You expect Broadway level of musicals.
See it if You support original musicals. Green Card reflects the reality and the norm of our daily lives.
Don't see it if You don't care about the immigrantion problems.