Philo and Petra are marrying for love and so the bride can obtain a green card. But when the groom's mother arrives for the wedding accompanied by a shady lady, the couple starts to fall apart. The pair attempts to stay together by confronting their faults and the women who are trying to break them up. Alongside the laughs are nuggets of hard, human truths about family drama, personal success, housing security, and immigrant angst.
See it if you enjoy light comedy sprinkled with "island humor"
Don't see it if you have trouble understanding"caribb. accents, with inside humor, and, in general, have trouble hearing, or dislike sexual humor
See it if You are greatly familiar with the Trinidad and Tobago culture.
Don't see it if You are looking for a piece of sophisticated theatre, or one that's accessible to anyone (confusing and geared to a specific demographic).
See it if You are familiar with Caribbean culture. If you want to see a good actress in the "friend" role.
Don't see it if You want a polished play. Hard to follow the plot. Actors were visibly working hard.
See it if you want-a comedy with plenty of over the top moments-to support new productions-a romantic convey that is very light on romance
Don't see it if you don't mind-under developed characters-contrived plot resolutions-questionable scene of woman taking advantage of man akin to rape
See it if You want to support independent theatre that is culturally and thematically diverse.
Don't see it if You have high expectations with respect to writing, acting, staging and set design.
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