Delaware Theatre Company presents the New York premiere of this drama, a provocative and unflinching look at race and inequality in contemporary America. Starring Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli. More…
A wealthy white businessman and a struggling black single mom ride the same bus week after week. As they get to know each other, their relationship sparks a candid and surprising examination of racial and economic divides.
See it if Very thought-provoking, intelligent and nuanced discussion of a controversial topic. Unexpected plot twists. Definitely absorbing.
Don't see it if Acting is solid but could be better if made into a movie (which is pretty much ready to be). Why 1hr50min with intermission? Make it 100min.
See it if You like very well written thought provoking plays. Engaged start to finish. Intense moments w/ Great plot twists. Would make a good movie!
Don't see it if You are looking for something light and fluffy. Once this takes off it doesn't stop.
See it if Racial issues in your face, and made as uncomfortable as possible by the characters and situations in the play.
Don't see it if The grievances are as plain as can be. Every point is purposely exaggerated and over-generalized.
See it if you like Robert Cuccioli.There were a few twists of plot I didn't expect. Very thought provoking play. How would you react in Robert's place
Don't see it if you enjoy comedy.
See it if you want a picture of what desperation mixed with white privilege and class and economic differences might look like in the extreme.
Don't see it if you want a fluffy night of theater; you don't want to think about the topics of race and economic relations.
See it if you'd enjoy a thought provoking and highly entertaining play about race relations in America. Great plot twists!
Don't see it if intense dramas aren't your thing. This is totally relevant to race relations in the U.S. today.
See it if You like plays about current climate about race relations. Are a fan of Robert Cuccioli. Like twists and turns in plot.
Don't see it if You do not like plays about race relations. Are tired of plays about rich v poor. Think these topics are cliched.
See it if You are interested in issues of moral ambiguity, class, race, social advantage, revenge, and what it means to have a lot of money.
Don't see it if You see moral issues as black and white and can't imagine anything that would induce someone to cross a line.
See it if you like shows that deal with the racism that lurks in all of us.
Don't see it if you want something light and frothy. It is too preachy and heavy handed, but it does make some interesting points.
See it if an intelligent play about racial & economic disparity & resulting power dynamics; a plot twist that the audience does not see coming
Don't see it if you want a feel-good play, don't want to see racism (subtle and overt) addressed
Also Lenee and Cuccioli were excellent but good performances by all
See it if You want a simple play starting with race relations and then twisting into something ludicrous about....I can't tell you.,,a real spoiler
Don't see it if You like plays that will not insult your intelligence. This one does.
See it if You love Cuccioli who is superb. Direct honest race discussions. Well written good dialogue. Twists and turns. Original. Serious drama.
Don't see it if Black and White in America is not of interest to you. A tough disturbing play. No laughs.
See it if you want to see an important play about race relations that's as honest as it is absorbing. We need more plays like this one.
Don't see it if you're tired of the same-old, same-old about this topic.
See it if you appreciate frank, politically incorrect dialog from realistic modern characters addressing directly race, relationships and attitudes
Don't see it if you are offended by stereotypes, realistic and genuine expressions of racial bias by ghetto blacks and privileged whites, violence and crime
See it if you enjoy a current topic about how whites & blacks perceive each other as told through the eyes of a white man and black women on a bus.
Don't see it if you are bothered by a play that addresses racial prejudice & stereotypes about whites & blacks & how one feels can be considered racist.
See it if You're up for a challenging, at times uncomfortable experience. Cuccioli is effortless, disturbingly natural & ultimately disturbing. Go.
Don't see it if You're an O'Reilly Republican; or at least one with a closed mind. Or have no patience.
See it if You like a well-thought out, well-acted, relevant play about race, class, wealth, privilege, life-changing decisions, etc. The 2 leads are ✔
Don't see it if No reason you shouldn't see it, except now it's closed. So intense. Great plot twist and once again the 2 leads. Saw them embrace backstage
See it if You like explorations involving racism. You can accept tragedy in a play. You like well-constructed, thought-provoking plays.
Don't see it if You need a straightforward time line. You don't like surprises.
See it if you like a play with terrific character dialog and interaction. An unexpected and interesting story line.
Don't see it if you don't like a play with social commentary.
See it if you want to see an honest script played out very well that explores issues of race, wealth, entitlements, and morality - with a few twists.
Don't see it if you are looking to be entertained and don’t want to take a deep look at issues that deal with racism and how we perceive and treat others.
See it if Crackling drama requires staying to see conclusion. Two leads great. Tony nominee Cuccioli should win Obie in dazzling perf. Go Cucc go.
Don't see it if stuck in rear. Last five rows too distant. I was C.
Also Show has had many productions. Actors all in prime condition now.
See it if A realistic play that pretty much hits the nail on the head. Powerful acting that drives a number of racial issues to light.
Don't see it if not in the mood for a tale about a white man with a mission and listening to his feelings on racial issues.