See it if plays about racism; what it is to be or act black told thru use of stereotypes; very funny until it isn't - comedy changes to realistic*
Don't see it if don't want philosophy - The parts with Apollo vs. Dionysus a little surreal**; the discussion of Nietzsche vs Tupac Shakur interesting Read more
See it if You like to see race explored in different ways. The writing is very strong and the characters and story are interesting.
Don't see it if you are uninterested in race.
See it if You like new works, off-off broadway shows, shows about racial/social issues, like intense shows with a comedic twist.
Don't see it if You don't like intimate off-off broadway shows, shows about racial/social issue shows, don't like intense up close shows. Read more
"The play’s exploration of race as a kind of tragic pageantry suits its current form, but there’s more style and substance here than ultimately coheres into a convincing theatrical argument."
"'In addition to the interwoven plot strands involving the teenage characters, Mr. Chisholm, the playwright, manages to find commonality between the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and rapper Tupac Shakur. He also comes up with what might be the best metaphor ever, concerning a Russian wolfhound and its prey."