Full of humor and grit, John Henry Redwood’s comedy is a story of American love and survival in 1940s Harlem. More…
Sparks fly in a Harlem tenement between fifty-five year old spinster, Elizabeth Borny, and her skeptical sister, Quilly McGrath when Husband Witherspoon, a handsome young Great Migrator, arrives on their doorstep. Husband’s quest to find his long-lost love, Lou Bessie, is thwarted when he finds an unexpected new romance with an 'Old Settler.'
See it if Deep, touching love story with layers upon layers of insight and meaning. Set impeccably in 1940's Harlem. Superb writing and acting.
Don't see it if You are not interested in a drama about the evolving relationship between two sisters.
See it if You enjoy seeing a realistic play set in 1940s Harlem with a black cast
Don't see it if You don't want to see an all black cast in a play set in the 1940s
See it if You are interested in the lives of the residents of Harlem during WWII, as they struggle to keep up with the bills & their own hearts.
Don't see it if You like fast paced action and elaborate plots. You have no interest in the history of old NYC.
See it if If you like the life of an older woman,trying to start a new life with a much younger man, three years her senior.
Don't see it if Don't like older women trying to seduce younger men. Better known as cougars.
See it if You want to see what a slice of life was like for 4 people living in the 1940's in Harlem. Amazing actors and great story!
Don't see it if You like large Broadway productions with lots of fluff and fancy.
See it if If you have a sister with whom you share a close bond. See it for the brilliant writing and great acting from a superb ensemble cast!
Don't see it if If you' don't like brilliant writing. Don’t see it if you’re not a fan of jazz music, the lindy hop, or period pieces.
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