With biting satire and poetry, Amina Henry's play explores what happens when a family in Cape Cod wakes up from the American Dream. More…
From the show:
They've lost their Cape Cod home to foreclosure, the family cat is missing and there's been a death in the family. It has not been a good summer for the Johnsons. With biting satire and poetry, Amina Henry's new play explores what happens when an American family wakes up from the American Dream.
See it if you enjoy dysfunctional families dealing with problems including relationships, finances, health, employment, death and other insecurities.
Don't see it if you expect a fast moving production - many scenes here and some repetition. Could be trigger for those dealing with same or uncomfortable.
See it if you want to support talent & plays that focus on the middle class African-American experience.
Don't see it if you want an intermission if a show goes 2 hours, professional caliber design, or a temperate theater.
See it if You like seeing plays that deal will tragic and real life situations. Also if you like great acting in a family setting.
Don't see it if If you would rather see a show with a less harsh plot.
See it if you enjoy family tragicomedies. ***address given on receipt is wrong. It's not 505 1/2 Waverly Ave. It's 18 Putnam Ave***
Don't see it if looking for a show with good production value, script with no fat. hour 45 min w/ no intermission