The Flea brings us the Q Brothers' hip-hop remix of Aristophanes’ classic comedy, 'Lysistrata.' More…
The boys at Acropolis U are too preoccupied with the Greek Games to treat their ladies right. But fierce feminist goddess, Liz Estrada, rallies her besties to take a stand - and campus chaos ensues.
See it if You enjoy new takes on old classics. This one is very now. I totally enjoyed it. Dynamic cast.
Don't see it if If you don’t like hip hop and off color shows.
See it if Best Lysistrata update. Totally current. Women's Studies students protest Frats' drinking competition. Great acting & direction.
Don't see it if ...you're not a fan of #metoo. Or you're offended by raunchy talk about sex.
See it if you enjoy cookie-cutter college comedies with easily digestible social commentary that manages to both say a lot and nothing at all.
Don't see it if you like hiphop, or dislike male artists masquerading as feminists in an attempt to make themselves and their work #relevant.
See it if you like hip hop musicals, appreciate the classics, laugh at bawdy humor and enjoy tons of youthful raw energy on display
Don't see it if you dont like hip hop, are offended by stupid sex jokes, hate loud music and prefer subtlety.
See it if a talented cast of comic actors brilliantly tackle the challenge of a 100% rapidfire-rap show. Hilarious and no-holds-barred great FUN
Don't see it if you think you'll be lost in a show that is 100% rapid-fire wordplay. Other than that, this is a "please don't miss this gem" kind of show!
See it if You like out of the box theatre or hip hop. The Q Brothers Collective are geniuses and the cast and staging are superb. Please go see this
Don't see it if You are boring and don't like different things. Just kidding. I guess if you need traditional theatre this is not for you.
See it if you love stereotypes about LGBTQ people and women, you're a TERF or a straight man who thinks they're qualified to write about feminism
Don't see it if you like dramatic consistency, well-thought out female characters, or "politically relevant" theater that is both of those things
See it if You want to see a energetic, charismatic cast give it their all. The performances are great. If you can roll your eyes and not get offended.
Don't see it if You are looking for well-written music, or a truly feminist plot line. The men (yep, all men) try to write a feminist play, and fail.
See it if If you enjoy infectious energy and clever rhymes, mixed with a witty rap take on Lysistrata.
Don't see it if A non stop rap score annoys, or you need all your politics to be very serious.
See it if you like high-energy, satirical comedy that pushes boundaries, led by a heroic cast
Don't see it if stereotyped characters such as frat bros, ditzes, and academics will grate you--if you seek a night of profound feminism
See it if you like super high energy, verbally witty, thought-provoking stuff. A cross between Moliere, South Park, and Public Enemy.
Don't see it if If you find all raunchiness distasteful, if you like things very serious.
See it if You want to support The Bats.
Don't see it if You're looking for actual feminist theater instead of a pseudo social justice bullshit. This show perpetuates harmful tropes and myths.
See it if If you like fast paced, cleverly written rap inspired verse with a universal message that women are powerful then ms. estrada is for U
Don't see it if Not necessarily suitable for kids under 13 for language & sexually suggestive content unless you're OK with that.
See it if The direction, choreo, use of the space and set design were terrific. The through composed rap, clever rhyming schemes and rhythms, amazing
Don't see it if The lead actor played anger and worry too much of the time.....some might find the vulgarity a bit tough to take.... I loved the whole show!
See it if You enjoy fun.
Don't see it if You’re a weanie about having privledge called out, you don’t like fun, you’re afraid of sex, and you have zero opinions.