From the show:
In the solo play, “The Chaos Theory of Now,” science nerd Jennifer Joy mashes up chaos theory with a Trump-voting farm wife, a liberal rural politician, an Evangelical homeschooling mom, and a teen punk Antifa activist. Inspired in part by her own Trump-loving farm family, Jennifer reveals how America got to this point – and what’s next.
See it if you would enjoy a very interesting and well thought out presentation by one woman bringing you insight from the big bang to today's chaos.
Don't see it if you are bothered by background music that overpowers the actor's voice - I missed some words of this excellent presentation and wish that
Also she had remained downstage more as that's where the speakers were!
See it if a pretty woman making surprising statements will keep your attention. A variation on a solo show imagining other lives she could have lived.
Don't see it if theater focused on current politics and religion disturbs you. Opinions are stated clearly then explored in short scenes.
See it if You care about the USA. You need hope for the future in the Post tRUMP Era! Very smart and worthwhile way to spend 90 minutes.
Don't see it if If you’re looking for a chorus line. However if you can manage to secure a ticket RUN!!
See it if A very powerful performance giving in this one-woman show. The show is thought-provoking and very relevant to the current political climate
Don't see it if If you don't like one person shows, this will not be your first pick.
See it if Solo play w/smart act, abt the BigBang& present politica disorder w/a twist of HOPE:Chaos often breeds life,new order&good things may happen
Don't see it if you think that a dialogue really needs two people.
See it if Great one woman show that touches our present day situation and motivates us to create change through her thoughtful character development
Don't see it if If you don’t enjoy a one person show where multiple characters are interacting.
See it if have high tolerance for a decent kernel of an idea that falls short in its execution.
Don't see it if you want a professionally-done production with well-defined characters and a clear plot line.
See it if you appreciate mixing science with politics and laughing at Trump, his followers, and right wing ideas. Some of her remarks were poignant.,
Don't see it if you like Trump and dislike one-actor shows.