See it if Confronts issues of immigrants trying to assimilate. Where should loyalty and identity be sought? Powerful and well acted.
Don't see it if Torture scenes are disturbing. Small screen on back of seat in front of you has English subtitles.
See it if you want to see different POVs about the immigrant experience - parents vs. children in an interesting setting (the war)
Don't see it if war, violence, POW, torture make you uncomfortable.
"A poignant depiction of how strongly the military and immigration are in fact linked—and the bleak outcomes that many immigrant service men and women are forced to confront...The play might not leave you feeling warm and fuzzy, but it will leave you with a crucial and thought-provoking message that needs to be heard...Don’t miss it—its message is something that we can’t afford to stay blind to."