See it if for you several sharply observed moments of oh-so-human drama make a play worth seeing.
Don't see it if you do not have the patience to sit through a production that is not ready for presentation. Read more
See it if You want to see a new play at it’s very very very early stages
Don't see it if You want to see something that is polished and ready for an audience Read more
See it if You love "feel good" endings
Don't see it if Characters are very underdeveloped and the horror of being stranded in a natural disaster is barely explored.
See it if You want to see a play about relationships and what it takes to keep it afloat.
Don't see it if You need a more polished performance. Read more
See it if you appreciate tense, emotional drama examining young male/female/familial relationships, struggle of middle class urban blacks to achieve
Don't see it if you prefer light themes, comedy, big set, musical, dance, impeccable acting, can’t sit 90 min. w/out interval, dislike all black cast/issues
See it if You want a look at what life can look like for poor on America
Don't see it if You're not interested in stories of poverty in this country
See it if Don't go. Poor writing. Poor acting. Poor directing. Not up to this company's standard.
Don't see it if You can see something else.
See it if You like explorations of relationship dynamics. You'd like to be disabused of any idea that poverty is fun.
Don't see it if Seemingly unconnected asides or long scene changes (the people mentioning that as a fault aren't wrong) are going to upset you.
"With his earthy, expressive and humorous dialogue, Mr. Jones renders each character with depth and feeling...As the play’s centerpiece Tupelo, SJ Hannah is a commanding whirlwind of comedic flourishes and soulfulness...Charles Weldon’s fine direction aids these sensitive performances...Michael A. Jones’ passionate eloquence and the strong performances compensate for the production’s limited presentational values."