From the show:
Adalaide is six years old, and she knows a few things: her stupid babysitter Kim is stupid, her younger brother Dewey is a naked mole rat, the film Godzilla expresses the paranoid id of the nuclear age, and she does NOT like being treated like a girl. Though Kim takes Adalaide’s frustrations seriously and tries to offer support, Adalaide’s family and peers discourage her, leaving her to seek out dangerous measures in order to transform into who she was born to be (her hero, Han Solo). Six Years Old, by Sam Silbiger, is a comic and poignant play reflecting back on the wild fantasies and serious desires of queer childhood.
See it if You’re interested in seeing an out of the box look at some contemporary issues of today...transgender...parenting... bullying...
Don't see it if If you’re looking for a straightforward play. This is a quirky look at some delicate issues and doesn’t give any clear answers.
See it if you like to see a smart, affecting play about the early emotional development of non-binary kid.
Don't see it if the idea of young adult actors playing very young (4 & 6) children makes you roll your eyes.
See it if you want to look through the eyes of a six-year-old little girl who wants to be a little boy
Don't see it if You have a problem with adults playing the roles of little kids. both of them did an excellent job
See it if Lonely 6 year old girl who wants to be a boy and to be accepted by others; shows her unhappiness by fighting with brother, nanny and mom
Don't see it if Queer childhood, parents-kids misunderstanding; mother who wants only the best for her kids and struggling to accept daughter's identity
See it if You want to experience how kids think and react nowadays. Not realistic though, my 6 years old niece surely do not act or talk like that.
Don't see it if Watching a 6 years old talks like an adult is too much for you. Not sure about the focal point of the story is being conveyed.