See it if You are a fan of plays similar to those written by Ntozake Shange, musicals about family and identity.
Don't see it if You want a linear, traditional musical.
See it if You enjoy great soulful music & musicians, outstanding lighting, and a deep thoughtful story discussing skin / race / identity
Don't see it if You dislike theater in the round or need a very straightforward story (it’s a bit abstract).
CRITIC’S PICK. "In ‘Skinfolk,’ the Joys of Blackness Burst From the Earth: On a set that transforms the Bushwick Starr into a cave beneath a tree, Jillian Walker tells a story of her family, and of blackness in America, that aches with hope."
"That’s Really Mom Up There: 'Suicide Forest' and 'SKiNFoLK'"