Radical Gags Theatrics presents the world premiere of the first-ever romantic comedy about the founding of the Federal Reserve Bank. More…
It's 1910 in Chicago, and a suffragist social reformer asks an immigrant mechanic to install a steam boiler. But before they have a chance to turn up the heat, the pair get embroiled in the most romantic issue of the early 20th century: the establishment of the Federal Reserve System.
See it if You don't mind seeing a show that is not the best, but it's cute and you won't have to do any real thinking. Just sit back and relax.
Don't see it if You want a thought-provoking play with some real substance.
See it if You appreciate theatre made on a budget. These guys did a pretty good job with a tiny space and the bare minimum. Lead actor was phenomenal!
Don't see it if You are easily bored, or bad accents make you twitch. Some interesting history etc, and some fun moments, but also some dull periods.
See it if If you were a fan of those School House Rock segments..( ex: "How a Bill becomes a Law")-though this is NOT nearly as clever or entertaining
Don't see it if Unless you are dying to understand how the Federal Reserve Bank came to be in the early 1900's, reenacted in a low budg & teachy production.
See it if You enjoy dialogue driven and historical pieces. There is some humor to be found here.
Don't see it if If you're looking for a story. The scenes are clumsily held together. While scenes were somewhat amusing, as a whole it was a chore
See it if You want to support the competent actors featured in the show who try their darned best to be funny, larger than life and in the moment.
Don't see it if You don't find this particular period in American history interesting and you are not into dialogue-dependent plays.
See it if you like old school agitprop plays, you're interested in learning about the history/formation of the Federal Reserve Bank, you like improv
Don't see it if you want a play with good writing, compelling characters/relationships. The actors try their best, but the material is clunky & falls flat
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