See it if Topic could be interesting but not with this play
Don't see it if Just skip it ...
See it if You're interested in the early 20th Century South.
Don't see it if You lose patience with not understanding what's going on.
"Flawed and devastating...The script has its problems, and so does the staging — repetition, sermonizing, a blurriness...Still, the play has a forceful, painful impact...The style, before it shifts into didacticism, evokes a nightmare...The play insists that a reckoning with the past will loosen history's noose, that the truth will set us free. That's a comforting moral after the infanticide. I'm not sure it's one I believe."