Dream Big Theatrical presents this '30s-set musical about an integrated group of musicians touring the Jim Crow South. More…
Based on real events, 'Sweetee' tells the story of an outcast minister, a young street singer, and a band of orphans in the Depression-era South. As they struggle to make music and find their place in a world amid bigotry and poverty, a tale of spiritual triumph in the face of adversity and racism emerges. Directed by two-time Emmy winner and five-time Tony-nominee Patricia Birch.
See it if you enjoy eating cake batter before it gets the chance to become, with all the all the magical ingredients, it's intended purpose.
Don't see it if you prefer to eat a fully baked cake, icing and all.
See it if You like small original musicals that try their hardest.
Don't see it if You prefer musicals about "good singers" to actually include good singers. You want something original or entertaining or thought-provoking.
See it if you like work in-progress and mediocre stuff.
Don't see it if like quality material and quality songs. I just don't get this one. I understand the story, but the overall quality is seriously lacking.