"Rarely–if ever– have I seen a cast of women this diverse who represent the entire swath of our country...I was pleasantly surprised by the scope and depth that the piece offers. It is more than just a #metoo play. It is more than just a feminist piece. It is more than just political. What it is is the product of a compassionate, rational human being who finally understands that we’re not serving ourselves as a society if we do not listen to one another." Full Review
See it if This is a MUST see for WOMEN and the men that want to understand and respect them.
Don't see it if you can’t walk 4 flights of stairs, (no elevator)however if you can make the 4 flights this is a must see I don’t care what you want or like
See it if You like one person monologue plays. Though there are 16 actors they each deliver a monologue that helps build a tapestry when completed.
Don't see it if You’re a misogynist. This is a stunning piece of work but it’s told from women’s point of view, which just seems like truth to me.
See it if A must see for women & other human beings; powerful performances, scathing relevant & honest from 20 amazing women of wide experience & age.
Don't see it if You’ve no interest in women—their treatment, issues or concerns; or think the state & tone of US & world politics towards them is just fine.
See it if You enjoy multiple perspectives on current issues affecting women and star caliber monologues. You enjoy thought provoking unique theater
Don't see it if You feel uncomfortable hearing real perspectives on women’s issues.
See it if Great writing/acting and does a wonderful job of presenting different views from a female perspective on today's leading critical issues.
Don't see it if Don't enjoy monologues or can't deal with strong opinionated women voicing their views but maybe then you should see it!
See it if you like powerful women telling it like it is "at this moment" in time. The dance staging works with the individual monologues.
Don't see it if you are don't want to think about the mess our country is in on so very many levels. (and lots of stairs)
See it if you are interested in the #metoo/#timesup movements; these stories help clarify the existing problem; and the dancing is relevant. Go see!
Don't see it if climbing those many stairs is too difficult. As said previously, everyone else should see it. As women, we have experienced/heard similar.
See it if you feel enraged & impotent by the state of affairs in our country today; are concerned re.: the impact on women's lives from all viewpoints
Don't see it if You cannot tolerate angry & vocal women at odds with the system & each other, sounding off; cannot climb 3 flights of rickety stairs
See it if the thoughts of diverse female characters about issues of current relevance and accompanied by creative choreography would appeal to you.
Don't see it if you are not interested in women's issues or in a series of vignettes that present disparate opinions.
See it if you are a woman or supporter of #metoo and #timesup movements or want to hear more stories of female experience in an exciting visual piece
Don't see it if you are entrenched in 1 view, you want easy entertainment, you want less of a challenge or more fluff. This is thoughtful and provocative.
See it if you like new works, political plays, raw productions, simple sets, good acting.
Don't see it if you dislike political plays;prefer a play w/a plot to a series of vignettes;dislike all female casts; dislike watching scripts being read.
See it if You are angry and sick of our current administration, and You want to see talented performers and wonderful dancers.
Don't see it if you don't like thought provoking, angry monologues that confront many issues but mostly our current administration.
See it if Want to hear differing perspectives of contemporary women told in short monologues by a skilled group of actors. And oh! Dancers, too.
Don't see it if Want linear story told traditionally. Lots of emoting, including rage, yet little story arc. Diverse, raw, & may be uncomfortable for some.
See it if Women’s stories told through monologues by powerful actresses intercut and enhanced by dance sequences; moving and powerful voices
Don't see it if You need a more dramatic narrative or don’t want to understand women’s rage and frustration in this moment
See it if You would like to see a balanced take on current issues facing women today through a variety of monologues intermingled with dance
Don't see it if You are interested in seeing a play with a linear plot
See it if You want to hear women’s view on current affairs (President, Me too movement, harrasment in work place) some great actors were the voice
Don't see it if You do not like experemintal theatre, or hear provocative, angry words from actors. This is not traditional, so do not expect such.
See it if to hear symbolic voices of contrasting 21st C women in a series of heartfelt, provocative, empowering monologs that mostly avoid moralizing.
Don't see it if you are a misogynist. [Or maybe you should, if only to open your eyes & ears to the issues too many women have suppressed for too long.]
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