See it if you want to witness an engaging, relevant, and unique story that incorporates music and dance.
Don't see it if you aren't into non traditional theater.
"Experimental Theatre back in the 1970's and 1980's included earnest monologues on how we need to come together, interpretive dance, and sounds and music made from unusual items and innovative instruments…The work 'Jack of Cups' by Experimental Bitch Presents (EBP) has all those elements…Everyone working on this production performs hard and earnestly. But the pretentious poetics and dated trappings are soft edged weapons to present their eco-message."
“’Jack of Cups’ asks audiences not just to worry about climate change but to do something about it...Though certainly timely, a story about a world destroyed by humans admittedly is not new. But ‘Jack of Cups’ offers a more hopeful ending to a world almost destroyed by climate change...The importance of ‘Jack of Cups,’ and why audiences should watch it, is how it pushes viewers away from being complacent when it comes to preventing climate change.”