See it if you're excited to explore honest stories of queer identity and aren't afraid to get a little downtown.
Don't see it if you need high-cost production values or you aren't open to lives and experiences that don't mirror your own.
See it if Fluidity in sexual awareness & storytelling is fundamental, you like OffOff BWY experiences, environment not as important as storytelling
Don't see it if you freak at LGBTQ storylines & visuals, can't climb 4 story stairs, don't like up close & personal, bothered by spoken stage directions
See it if You want a play that is interesting but needs EDITING!! It’s unnecessarily long. The theatre experience from start 2 finish is UNCOMFORTABLE
Don't see it if If you can’t stand the equivalent 8 floors of stairs and an unairconditioned theatre for more than 2 unbroken hours. Visibility is difficul Read more
See it if you like new theater with honest representation of characters, mostly very well played by this cast, sharing important messages for society.
Don't see it if hearing every word is important as music sometimes drowns actors and multi-directional speaking is often lost. Some tough editing needed.
See it if I loved the explorations of gender, family, queerness, and self. The actors were fully committed, and I appreciated their authenticity.
Don't see it if The structure and some the more experimental conceits didn't quite work for me. But I'm very glad this exists!
See it if If you want a coming of age story. Music drowns words at times. Decent direction and acting.
Don't see it if If you do not like LGBTQ stories. If you do not like smaller venues with little to no AC.
See it if Oh my God. Ok, so I’m gonna be nice, considering that I was apart of the first audience. I researched the show, a little, as I am a queer
Don't see it if Black gender-nonconformist myself, and I really wanted to like the show, BUT: TURN ON THE DAMN AC and just have the actors speak louder (the Read more
See it if If you’re interested in Gender nonconformity.
Don't see it if You already know what they’re going to say Read more
"Packed with emotion, adolescent angst and eventfully picaresque, playwright Roger Q. Mason's passionate autobiographical saga of a "gender non-conforming queer person of color." It's boldly presented and contains vivid performances, but the amorphous structure and idiosyncratic writing dilute its momentum."