See it if you're interested in gay plays. For THE pivotal moment in LGBT history, it treats people as 2D cartoons and their lives as a sitcom.
Don't see it if you're offended by LGBT stereotypes used for laughs and terrible writing. The characters are shallow. It's virtually a gay minstrel show.
See it if you want to support NYC's oldest LGBTQ+ theatre company, you like plays with stock characters, you're looking for an entertaining evening
Don't see it if you're not interested in LGBTQ+ history, you don't find drag queens funny, you don't want to visit a leather bar for your theatre
"A laugh-filled evening (and some tears, too)...Finley's direction in this second revival is impeccable...He is the kind of director who lets the audience know it’s okay to laugh, allowing the humor of Wilson’s script to shine through...There is much humor in Wilson’s work, but there is a fine understanding of the gravity of this historic time...Don’t miss the fun and the rage and keep resisting, folks, because love always wins."