See it if You love devised pieces with a political flair, immersive elements, and relevant commentary based in honest truthful storytelling.
Don't see it if You prefer a more traditional experience at the theatre, and plays with an easy to follow linear plot.
See it if some of the acting was great It had some thought provoking moments. The staging was interesting
Don't see it if You like linear shows that are easy to understand and entertaining
"A throwback to the happenings and performance art of the 1960's, without having the same visceral effect. Based on original work by the devising company, playwright Dan Hasse attempts to be up to the minute by including a great many hot button issues, but the endless scenes and vignettes seem to be part of a checkoff list of items to include rather than any great need to link these disparate topics."
"While some stories are connected, the creators don’t try to tie everybody together with superficial plot twists...The piece is drawn together through the magnetic force of the tension that charges each of the characters...At times it is difficult to follow...It takes a lot of mental energy to track and separate each narrative strand, and when I finally thought I figured it all out midway through the second act, the finale nearly made my brain overheat."