This new eco-comedy explores the precarious intersection of business, science, and sexual politics involved when “going green.”
"Whirlwind" centers around the operations at Arrow Energy, a wind developer whose hundreds of turbines are directly in the migratory path of endangered birds. Bethany, a health and safety manager for Arrow, is tasked with distracting and diverting the efforts of Michael, a wildlife advocate, from challenging the expansion of their wind farm—an assignment that becomes all the more complicated when the two become romantically entangled, while Bethany also dodges inappropriate courting from her boss, Cooper.
See it if If you like new plays in a smaller setting. If you want to see a play on alt energy.
Don't see it if If you want something that goes a little deeper or has better writing to it. Acting is passable, story is we as k and slow.
See it if you like issue based dramas preformed by young actors.
Don't see it if you require logical plot progression. There are jumps in the story that left me speculating as to what was going on.
See it if a contemporary theme — the social and ethical clash between business and environment — intrigues you. Simply yet effectively staged.
Don't see it if you are critical of plots and relationships that are not really credible.