See it if The two ladies tell their life of growing up. Its so fill with history good and bad movements. With love for their family.
Don't see it if No action, two beautiful ladies telling their story. Read more
See it if love historic dramas and good conversation
Don't see it if you are looking for a musical.
See it if A wonderful production.The two ladies who play the Delaney sisters wre simply marvelous.This story had everything that you could possibly wa
Don't see it if If you need a large stage and lots of folks.Or that you only see"Broadway" productions.This production is for "real"theater goers. Read more
See it if You want to be uplifted by the poignant story of two amazing centanairians.
Don't see it if You are a curmudgeon.
See it if Love TRUE tales re ordinary people w fascinating lives. Want 2 fall in love w the characters & actors who play them. Want a well-told story.
Don't see it if You want more action or fully realized set, aren't interested in oral histories even if presented with charm, find quiet plays boring. Read more
See it if You want to see some great acting and see history from the eyes of these remarkaeable and funny women.
Don't see it if You don't like two person just speaking plays.
See it if want to hear true stories about black history told by two delightful sisters whose father was a slave.
Don't see it if you can't sit on metal chairs for an hour or two; have no interest in listening to stories about slavery or black history. Read more
See it if Recreates an interview. The lives of the Delany sisters. Intelligent, successful hundred-year-olds who lived together in Raleigh & Harlem.
Don't see it if See this. It's a first-hand account of surviving and thriving through the Jim Crow era. From 1890's to 1990's
"A delightful two-character play...The play moves at a leisurely, but always interesting pace, as the sisters address the audience with a fascinating oral history of their family and the world around them...Carter and Jason, worked beautifully together - totally convincing as sisters who had lived together their whole lives...The play by Emily Mann selected stories that revealed the intelligence, humor, resourcefulness, and dignity of the sisters, two remarkable and most admirable women."