David, a young actor with only children's theater credits, is making his Broadway debut in a play by New York's "most inflammatory” playwright—but it means nudity and performing a lewd sex act. What's more important? Dignity or career?
See it if you remember how edgy & outrageous the Fringe used to be; appreciate scalding black humor to mock social conventions
Don't see it if you are a politically correct scold; easily offended by morally dubious themes & situations
See it if You want to see a play that deals w/issues of art, integrity & ambition. You're OK w/raunchy subject matter & nudity.
Don't see it if You don't want raunchy subject matter or nudity. You want big production elements.
See it if like challenge of character driven story line & conflicts pushing all buttons of 21st century life. Will Dagger = sterling performance
Don't see it if you can't take a moment of male nudity. & highly "inflammatory" subject matter
See it if Will Dagger is quite adorable as the nerdy children's theater actor who gets cast in an edgy play. Probably a take-off of Thomas Bradshaw
Don't see it if you get squeamish at a Bradshaw play. I've seen them all and find Pucker Up to be a hilarious.send-up.
See it if especially if you're in the entertainment industry. A scathing satire. And a compelling plot.
Don't see it if You're the type who puts the outraged in outrageous. Shocking language and scenarios are NOT gratuitous or used as substitutes for story.
See it if You love experimental and edgy theatre. You like pieces that show behind-the-scenes of the makings of a show.. This is NOT for the sensitive
Don't see it if You are opposed to rape, sodomy, victimizing the disabled, satire, cussing, the "N" word, the "F" word, rap music during scene changes, etc
See it if If you want to try to laugh at white supremacy, pedophiles, and rape
Don't see it if You dont want to hear graphic descriptions of pedophiles actions
See it if you are familiar with the playwright satirized and want to see a very fine performance from the lead actor.
Don't see it if you are fed up with plays about plays.
See it if you like edgy, funny plays that deal with sexuality, race, and what it's like to be an actor trying to make it in theater.
Don't see it if you're looking for something light and fluffy, you want to see something with your family, and it's probably not great for a date either.
See it if You enjoy great acting, funny dialogue, and are not offended by nudity, obscenities, or graphic sexual dramatizations.
Don't see it if You will be offended by the above.
See it if human. This was the most "all there" show I saw this festival, not shying from being overtly sexual, consistently entertaining.
Don't see it if non-vanilla sex is offensive to you.
See it if you enjoy smart comedies that actually have something to say (and say it in the most hilariously boundary-pushing way).
Don't see it if you're easily offended.
See it if Like edgy new work and very funny dialogue dealing with race, sexual situations and actors trying to get to bway stage
Don't see it if Don't handle nudity or rough language.
See it if you like backstage drama of a very controversial theater and not offended easily with nudity or profanity.
Don't see it if you're offended by nudity or profanity or the idea of rape scene being enacted on a stage.
See it if you like outrageous comedies that also attempt to address serious issues
Don't see it if you're put off by adult language, sexual situations, and nudity (though very brief)
See it if you are fine with a night of lightly written theatre. It meanders on long past it's welcome. Funny, but overwritten.
Don't see it if you enjoy fringe theatre. It is fully THAT. The actors were good - but had to contend with rather thinly written, un-natural dialogue.
See it if If you like raunchy edgy humor dealing with race, sexuality, someone trying to get a break in the theater with graphic dramatization -nudity
Don't see it if If you are offended by nudity, Offensive language, want to bring the family.
See it if you want to get a projected insider scoop of how to make it in the theater; At time it feels like a sex comedy; at times it is serious drama
Don't see it if you are easily offended by full frontal male nudity; if you want a happy ending