In the first one-act, 'Coz We’re Just Friends,' a nerdy, affable, college student, struggles to refuse doing a major favor to his closest friend, despite finding himself emotionally bullied, because of his deep love for his friend and his own conceptions about friendship. The second one-act, 'All In My Head,' focuses on a black actress, who complains to her representation about her repeated casting as a maid, leading to a deeper discussion about her particular problem, the generic problem. and how it can be resolved.
See it if you want to support new works that have potential. Some good acting and use of minimal sets. Explores two relevant topics but a bit unevenly
Don't see it if you want a polished production. The actors for the most part are giving it their all but the start and end failed to put it all together.
See it if you want to support new playwrights & actors. This play has potential w/its relevant theme(s), but it's not quite there yet.
Don't see it if you expect to hear a hypothesis and/or some conclusion to the "case study". Unfortunately, the 2 Acts don't connect so you're left hanging.
See it if You want to see two two-handers that stand well on their own. Want to see a play that discusses POC casting.
Don't see it if You are expecting to walk away with something psychologically profound in nature.
See it if Want to support young actors and first time playwright. Subject matter worth exploring and acting was ok but overall didn’t work
Don't see it if You want a polished production , developed characters, coherent script