See it if you like a story about 2 sisters who tell there story for over a century. Some of it was interesting, pretty good direction.
Don't see it if it can be slow moving at times, educational at times. You need to like a show like this a tale tell type show that brings you through time.
See it if You are interested in history, especially if you’d like to get a small taste of what it was like to grow up black in the US during Jim Crow.
Don't see it if You have a hard time sitting on metal folding chairs for two hours...bring a pillow to sit in.
See it if you enjoy outspoken woman. The sisters' lives intersected significant moments of Black History which they describe with acerbic wit
Don't see it if intimate space disturbs you. The theater is a gallery during the day so the floor has no slope & viewing stage from the back is difficult
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 you are interested in African-American history, from the Civil War to the end of the 20th century.
Don't see it if you want a plotted play; the conceit here is that the audience is visiting 2 elderly sisters, who spend the evening telling us their history Read more
See it if an engaging two-character study of a real-life century-long sisterhood would delight you. This show is like being wrapped in a warm blanket.
Don't see it if you don’t enjoy hearing about other people’s fascinating lives.
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 like personal stories told in a reality based manor.
Don't see it if You can’t sit in a metal seat for an hour. Or you have no interest in small casts or productions.
"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."