See it if you enjoy dystopian political fantasy with absurdist leanings.
Don't see it if emotional realism is something you value in drama. I found the relationships only word deep without supporting actions.
See it if you want to see a play with great promise that actively deconstructs American Myths.
Don't see it if you will be overly disappointed by a play that supplies new American Myths worse than the old.
"Poets Vie for the Golden Ticket in ‘Really Really Gorgeous’: In this dystopian satire, 'American Idol' and '60 Minutes' still reign, the White House is in Cleveland and a pair of writers compete to save the world."
"A Wildly Conceived Climate Change Comedy 'REALLY REALLY GORGEOUS' at The Tank"
"Nick Mecikalski's 'Really Really Gorgeous' (directed by Miranda Haymon) is set in a dystopian world that will seem familiar or at least largely plausible to audiences in 2020. In the play, dramatic shifts in climate have left much of North America underwater (both literally and figuratively)."