The Flea Theater presents this New York premiere addressing #metoo feminism at the intersection of gun and sexual violence. More…
In "Good Friday", a ricochet of bullets disrupts a fierce and funny feminist debate. Assaulted at every turn, a group of millennial women must decide whether they are ready to put their bodies on the line for each other.
See it if You are excited by shows that don’t shy away from important topics such as gender, violence, and race. You want to see incredible acting.
Don't see it if The show approaches topics that could potentially be very triggering, be sure to take a look at the show’s content advisory
Also Kristiana Rae Colon’s script is masterful. Must-see.
See it if You want to see young women play meaty roles worthy of their intellects. You enjoy challenging, provocative, and feminist storytelling.
Don't see it if This play is blunt in its portrayal of trauma and potentially triggering to survivors of violence of all kinds.
See it if you want a play that provokes a discussion and has some very controversial opinions about...well, I don't want to spoil it.
Don't see it if you are scared by violence, strong language.
See it if you want an incredibly powerful show about feminism and complacency, if you a smart, funny and fierce discussion
Don't see it if you don't want to honestly discuss feminism in the #metoo area
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