The Angle Project presents this universal story of love, friendship, and the struggle for happiness inspired by interviews with Syrian refugees living in the U.S. More…
The lives of four young Syrians are changed forever after anti-government protests transpire in the city of Daraa. During the next six years, each is forced to undergo a unique and heroic journey, while the turmoil in their homeland erupts into a full-fledged civil war.
See it if You want an in your face understanding of what going on in Syria. Very disturbing but we should all be aware of this awful situation.
Don't see it if You're not ready to shed a tear in horror.
See it if You want to hear some of the struggles that transpired in Syria. You want to see a play that pulls at your heart strings.
Don't see it if You are looking for something light and fluffy. You are not interested in events in the world. You don't like a heavy play.
See it if You wonder what it would be like to go from a normal life to that of a refugee, or you want to know more about the Syrian situation.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in political plays or in Syria, or if you can't tolerate tiny basement theatres. But you would be missing out.
See it if A show touching on topic's in the news is your cup of tea, if you like touching/deep plots that make you think & cry.
Don't see it if If you prefer your entertainment light this is not for you. If you need all the characters running as written as this was carried by 1 or 2
See it if You want to hear what Syrian refugees are experiencing. Unfortunately, most of this tragic material was not edited
Don't see it if You want to see an interesting drama with well developed characters
See it if you want to be absorbed in an emotionally-riveting play about the suffering of innocent Syrian people whose lives are torn apart by war.
Don't see it if you can't deal with violence, suffering, uprooted refugees, or the separation of loved ones. There are also some stilted, preachy dialogues.
See it if the crisis in Syria is an issue that you are only vaguely aware of, and want to know how it has effected the lives of it's people.
Don't see it if you're looking for a play that's truly sensetive to the Syrian crisis. The young actors are quite good and compelling,
See it if you like dramas about man's inhumanity to man. However in attempting to use only words from actual refugee interviews drama is stilted.
Don't see it if you only like plays where everyone lives happily ever after.
See it if You enjoy devised theatre informed by real-life interviews, you want more information about the Syrian refugee crisis.
Don't see it if You prefer plot-based and scripted theatre, you're in the mood for a comedy.
See it if you are interested in seeing how people step up during times of crisis.
Don't see it if you are looking for a comedy.
See it if You're interested in the plight of Syrian refugees and want a passionate depiction that's emotionally resonant despite major problems.
Don't see it if You object to being beaten over the head with a play's messages. You're bothered by stilted dialogue and poorly written scenes.
See it if you care about both arts and wish to make an impact for a worthy cause and improve people's lives. A human story in a riveting performance!
Don't see it if You hate good theater or don't care about refugees
See it if You have compassion for the innocent people caught up in a war that's tearing their country apart. This brings their plight to vivid life.
Don't see it if You cannot bear to look into the faces of suffering people. Or just don't care.
See it if You want an emotional experience to augment your intellectual awareness of the tragedy that is Syria.
Don't see it if you want action and plot. or if you are unwilling to face political issues.