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.
"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."