Playwrights Horizons presents the world premiere of Robert O’Hara's ('Bootycandy') audacious comedy about a world without women. More…
Mark and Jason were keeping things casual until Jason got pregnant. But however unplanned the pregnancy was, nothing could be less expected than the chain of events it would set in motion. Robert O’Hara’s comic allegory envisions an uncannily familiar future – one long after women have gone extinct from centuries of mistreatment – where man’s capacity to f**k everything up soars to new heights.
See it if you want to see the latest provocation from an important US playwright.
Don't see it if you hate when a high-concept play's high concept takes over & drives the vehicle off the road.
See it if You like satire, speculative plays about the future, feminist leaning productions with all-male casts, brisk staging
Don't see it if You're not a fan of feminist messages, men behaving badly, religious & cultural satire, dystopian fantasy or unexplained situations
See it if you’re into sci-fi B movies and are looking for something completely different.
Don't see it if you prefer conventional theatre or aren’t into an all-male cast.
See it if You enjoy post-apocalyptic plays that challenge current ways of thinking, especially with regards to religion.
Don't see it if You’re expecting a play that challenges one particular idea. This play rambles and isn’t sure of what exactly it’s challenging.
See it if You are a Robert O’Hara fan,like religious satires, great actors, futuristic settings, feminism, political themes, craziness ...
Don't see it if You like traditional plays and are very conservative about religion, feminism, and abortion themes. Detest same sex couples and marriage.
See it if you don’t expect a realistic rendering of the future—this is a live-action cartoon of the present
Don't see it if you want a show that changes minds rather than preaches to the choir; can't see religion mocked; are uninterested in pro-choice perspectives
See it if you like a strange satire about gender, religion, & reproductive rights. Inventive staging, Anson Mount's facial expressions are hilarious.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy weird/quirky shows, can be banal at times. Interesting social commentary, but tries to be more profound than it actually is.
See it if Though-provoking. Raised some important issues. Engaging performances. Mostly entertaining.
Don't see it if It’s message was a bit heavy-handed. Some men in attendance were uncomfortable. Mansplaining women’s Issues? Maybe not.
See it if You like high concepts and dont mind if they dont deliver intelligence or a new perception. Ends up reiterating the status quo.
Don't see it if You are touchy about religious satire. You want to see something novel.
See it if you want to experience a truly original futuristic concept. There are some humorous moments.
Don't see it if you are offended by O'Hara's views on religion, abortion, feminism, gay marriage, homosexuality.
See it if you want to be transported to one of the most INTERESTING takes on the future of mankind, every created before.
Don't see it if you don’t want your mind BLOWN, because it will be blown, G-U-A-R-A-N-T-E-E-D.
See it if If you like plays that present a totally new perspective on today's world and the future of "Womankind" in a "Mankind" world.
Don't see it if If you like traditional storytelling. But if you wanna move a bit beyond you comfort zone I highly recommend this play
See it if you enjoys prior Robert O'Hara plays. This one is definitely off the wall , and could be offensive to audiences in it's themes.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy plays that are controversial in nature and theme and will upset religious theatergoers.
See it if You’re open to an endlessly surprising, over-the-top, biting, larger-than-life rasp of political satire. Not for the closed of mind or heart
Don't see it if You’ve no taste for metaphor or great leaps of imagination, have no sense of the absurd or only see things as they appear—especially onstage
See it if You are not hung up about logic. It is crazy, but no more unlikely than the last year we've lived through, plus it is funny, and truthful.
Don't see it if You feel that people, men in particular, are upright citizens, and you think it would be rude to see them portrayed as venal and idiotic.
See it if You want to have intense dialog after the show, don’t mind uneven tone, can handle discordant dialog and staging, and like ambitious shows.
Don't see it if You like light comedy, don’t like dystopian drama, have intense political theories, or need light, pat, storytelling.
See it if you find plays that spoof religion engaging; the thought of an all-male universe and its consequences delights you; you want to laugh
Don't see it if you find pro-abortion and anti-religion plays offensive
See it if You want a show that has some interesting ideas within it but lacks a director who can grasp the tone.
Don't see it if You aren't a fan of Black Mirror knock-offs because this feels very scattered.
See it if You like a show that is funny and makes you think about social and political issues.
Don't see it if You are offended by criticisms of religions.