A lone dragon, millenia old, last of his kind on earth, fire-breathing capacities down to barely a puff, lives in a burned-out volcano. He is Griswynd. The Humans have damaged Earth beyond repair, and those who could, have fled to a new planet, which they’ve named EarthAgain.
See it if You enjoy fantasy & sci-fit themes. You like absurdist theatre. You want to support a play in a very early stage of development.
Don't see it if You want a play w/a clear viewpoint. You want absurdism w/ any commentary. You want a play that cares: general sense of "do whatever"-ness.
See it if You reeeeeally like dragons? Or androids? Or chess? I don't know. I guess if you like to see works that are in early stages of development.
Don't see it if You don't have an attention span of steel. Like, "Read crime and punishment cover to cover, and then do it again" attention span.
See it if You are an adolescent video gamer easily pleased with any sort of scifi fantasy fare. 3 good actors try very hard.
Don't see it if You care nothing for juvenile musings about a dystopian future.
See it if You genuinely think humans are likely to destroy the planet.
Don't see it if You don't think humans will destroy the planet and see nothing funny in the prospect, however remote.
See it if You know someone associated with the production and want to support them.
Don't see it if You enjoy theater of any kind. This no budget project is amateurish on all levels. Poor writing, mediocre acting, ridiculous story
See it if you want to waste your time stroking the ego of a bad playwright (Sorry- but this is my honest opinion) I truly pitied the actors.
Don't see it if your're smart & breathing.
See it if You really enjoy fantasy/sci-fi and don't mind a relatively slow, talky piece that never quite lands.
Don't see it if You're sensitive to constant exposition and one-dimensional characters that never break out or change; constant cliche dialogue bothers you.
See it if You enjoy post-apocalyptic glimpses at the future of the Earth, and don't mind fantasy mixing with reality.
Don't see it if You are looking for a perfectly polished play, or are not a fan of smaller productions with few cast members.