Spend a hot summer day along a stretch of South Eastern Louisiana road, where tradition clashes with change, and neighbors intertwine. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity.Read more Show less
See it if you want a look at small town life with some good acting to portray a range of characters and their interactions, good and bad.
Don't see it if you want one story with a conclusion or are bothered by the tension of people interacting with daily problems.
See it if Great Acting, Show is good. About people.
Don't see it if Deals with pain, racism. A lot of emotions. Read more
See it if you like to experience innovative ways of playwriting & are interested in some of the ways people of different races interact today.
Don't see it if you want a play that tells one continuous story & resolves all the questions that it's posed before the final blackout. Read more
See it if An arc of small town prejudice well rendered thru sensitive acting, fluid staging & lyrical, melancholic prose Fine ensemble esp last couple
Don't see it if Despite Girod's obvious talent & Block's solid staging, it's an evening of one-acts that doesn't quite gel despite unconvincing ending
See it if Super acting by entire cast. Well written Partner.s 75% and my 85 % We always love thrust stage. a challenge for actors. .. (see more)
Don't see it if "Stretch" needs a bit of tightening re: the 3 scenes, Many loose ends, A/C not effective. (although hand fans did some work) Read more
See it if You want to see a play that deals with racial tensions in a small Louisiana town
Don't see it if You tend to not like plays that are to talkie Read more
See it if You want to delve into 3 sets of lives and the things that they are dealing with. You want to see an enjoyable thought-provoking play.
Don't see it if Hearing folks talk about their prejudice feelings makes you uncomfortable. You want a total light and fluffy show Read more
See it if It's kinda neither here not there - neither glaringly horrible nor particularly good.
Don't see it if There is something there that may be developed but it's rather buried behind the heaps of programmatic platitudes. No AC to speak of.