The first production of Roundabout Underground's new season is a new work that asks: How do girls grow up? More…
On an elementary school playground, a boy threatens to tell on the girls for swearing—unless one of them kisses him. But just before lips can touch, Kyeoung tackles the boy to the ground. The victory is short-lived. Over the coming years, Kyeoung’s stories get stranger, funnier, more harrowing—and more familiar.
Warning: This show contains explicit content and nudity.
See it if you like new voices on current topics; here, girl's sexual coming of age. Realizn of toxic sexuality comes late. Full nudity/flashing lights
Don't see it if you dislike adults playing kids or unnecy shock-value scenes. Humor is mixed w horror. Father sh be cut. Needs editing. But worthy effort.
See it if You're interested in intense/riveting theatre. The writing & performances are masterful! Real, raw & relevant.
Don't see it if You are in the mood for something light or fluffy.
See it if You have an interest in seeing women’s issues, particularly women of color, brought to life in short scenes from 3rd grade to adult.
Don't see it if You’re looking for any sort of new insight, or any kind of information that might help you understand why this behavior happens.
See it if Remarkably original. Sexual confusion of girls growing up from age 8 to 25 while seeking identity in a dangerous world.
Don't see it if You aren’t prepared to be confronted & uncomfortable. Full nudity, bullying, rape, lewd father, drug use.
See it if you want to see an incisive exploration of coming of age as a woman in our culture in a deeply satisfying (and disturbing) production.
Don't see it if you're looking for an escape. This hits home. Hard.
See it if you would like an intimate look into how a group of girls grows up, explores sexuality, wounds each other, & sometimes gets lost or abused.
Don't see it if you are looking for a quiet night in the theater.
See it if you like relevant works that explore racism, class-ism, misogyny, the pains of adolescence,multi-culturalism, women's issues, 1-act
Don't see it if don't like stories told from a woman's perspective, or trigger issues depicted on stage, or the claustrophobia of Roundabout Underground
See it if incredible ensemble work, wonderful to see Midori Francis (The Wolves) again. Her performance was shattering.
Don't see it if you don't like to see nudity or sexual violence on stage. Play was sometimes very loud, the screaming echos in the small theater.
See it if Coming to age play funny and harsh.
Don't see it if Uncomfortable with nudity. See adults play kids.
Also Some parts I rather not seen.
See it if The societal high price,the burdens,and the hurdles of women (of colour) endure when achieving selfhood. Lead is excellent as is the writing
Don't see it if Raw portrayal which includes alcohol, drugs, abuse, rape, slurs, and nudity. Drug scene cliched. Could use a polish--leans to superficiality
See it if Most girls growing up receive inappropriate info & unwanted sexual touching; also racist, prejudiced, and unkind behavior. Most survive OK.
Don't see it if You want a more clearly defined plot or deeper exploration of causes and results. Some graphic language and nudity used to make a point.
See it if you know someone in the cast.Has a point to make, but does it in a crass, over the top way.Jennifer Lim was a knockout.Rest of cast was ok
Don't see it if you're looking for insightful picture of this generation's young women, sexuality, peer pressure, cliques.It's all there, just not well done
See it if An exploration of the ways women grow up. Good cast. Wants to say something profound about rape culture...
Don't see it if ...but doesn’t. The grown women playing 8-year-olds was annoying and false-seeming. A lot of showing of hurt but no insight about it.
See it if you want to see a coming of age story about women that it actually realistic rather than saccharine.
Don't see it if you prefer linear storylines with black and white themes.
See it if you like shows about prejudice, misogyny, problematic psycho-sexual development in some populations in our society today & overt sexuality.
Don't see it if dislike nudity, sexual content, prevalent deviant sexual morays, misogyny, lack of compassion &, prejudice without offering solutions.
See it if You want to see a stupendous, hyper-stylized, deeply honest play about girlhood, female sexuality, and growing up Asian in America
Don't see it if You want to leave happy. You will laugh, but this is an emotional harrowing play. Contains full frontal nudity and sexual violence.
See it if Like watching a tampon (usually unseen)ripped out to unapologetically display its raw, gory, natural, painful,& sexualized female experience
Don't see it if Sexual trauma / rape, alcoholic parent, female nudity, Asian racist comments, school girl drama, cocaine are triggering. Loud music scares u
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See it if play addresses many important themes including sexuality, racism, girls and women's friendships. Voices that we don't often hear in theater.
Don't see it if you aren't interested in women's stories, particularly a woman of color. If you are a misogynist you'll squirm.
See it if you want powerful writing and performances about a tragically relevant topic: how far do you go to belong when you are different and "wrong"
Don't see it if you are put off by true depiction of people's cruelty to others.This play and its performances have a ring of reality that is quite splendid
See it if Another great black box show. Well written and acted and very relevant. Even pretty funny at times.
Don't see it if You don’t like small productions that are critical of society.
See it if You like to reflect on what it means to be a woman in america
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with sexual situations and nudity
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