This hip hop play dares to ask who has the responsibility to speak up in the face of social injustice. More…
A front man, hype man and beat maker are on the verge of hitting it big when yet another police shooting shakes them to the core.
See it if You like Hip-Hop, equality (for all), friendship, intermixing plots, social topics, humor, some crude language, black box theatre, which was
Don't see it if Actually more loft-like. It was a great space, great musicality, awesome actors. I'd see this again. Only the small-minded would dislike.
See it if You love hip hop, race/gender/artistic collaboration politics. Challenging questions and issues are brought up, great performances!
Don't see it if You are trapped in a bubble and you want to stay in that bubble.
See it if Honest exploration of interface of art, social conscience & humanity. Opened me more to hip hop. Understood it better. Great acting.
Don't see it if If you need the fourth wall. If you need the distance.
See it if You love a funny, deeply moving story about Hip Hop and friendship that sends the audience out singing and energized to take a stand.
Don't see it if Everyone should see this play - I love it so much! It's entertaining, wonderfully performed, AND it has a necessary message about justice.
See it if You want to see a play tackle our national conversations around race, art, and social justice with nuance and humor. You love hip hop.
Don't see it if You're in the "all lives matter" camp and do not want your perspective challenged. You hate hip hop.