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 want to be moved, and possibly changed, by a brilliant piece of theatre. See cause we need to hear voices that don’t often get to speak.
Don't see it if If dark material is too heavy for you.
See it if Beautifully written and very relevant today. Tackles a dark theme, but manages to remain comedic when needed.
Don't see it if If you are uncomfortable with nudity, and themes sexual assault I would not see this show.
See it if you want female-centric narratives that don't shy away from the hard stuff
Don't see it if you have an aversion to seeing certain tough topics depicted on stage (assault, rape...)
See it if you want theatre from a woc perspective that confronts race, girlhood, misogyny, and sexual assault with brutal yet refreshing honesty.
Don't see it if you are not interested in confronting challenging material delving into racism and sexual violence.
See it if The most important show of the year. Should be mandatory. Brilliantly gets to the rawness and brutal reality of girls growing up.
Don't see it if You can’t handle explicit and uncomfortable discussions about sexuality or are uncomfortable with nudity.
See it if Well constructed story of the chipping away of a young woman’s identity through minor, major &/or personal incidents. Brave portrayal.
Don't see it if There is frank talk & some action around sex, race, nudity & other inappropriate social behaviors, telling a very personal journey.
See it if Ideas of girls’ sexual development and peer group abuse are brand new ideas for you.
Don't see it if You want a thoughtful exploration of ideas that are teasingly presented.
See it if you want to follow the transition of girls from childhood to adolescence to adulthood, and the struggles and challenges they face
Don't see it if you aren't interested in the plight of teens through adulthood; are offended by topics and language of sexuality, and brief nudity.
See it if One woman’s depiction of how girls grow up and it’s not pretty. Anger and rage, painful empathy and moments of dread for the audience.
Don't see it if You don’t like loud music, nudity, frank sexuality and/or salty language. That sounds negative but in fact I wasn’t bothered by any of it.
See it if You enjoy a well acted portrayal of young women exploring their sexuality and place among other females as they grow up
Don't see it if You are put off by hearing girls talk about and act out their sexual journey to maturity
See it if you're are open minded, interested in female sexuality, and appreciate great acting.
Don't see it if you are tired of #metoo agenda as the ending is very disappointing and doesn't hold.
See it if you are interested in a contemporary look at sexuality for females growing up in the 90s/00s. A transparent view into 1 characters timeline
Don't see it if you get uncomfortable easily. The subject matter is conveyed so well that it really does make you uneasy (not necessarily in a bad way)
See it if you want to see a terrific performance by Midori Francis and don’t mind sitting through a muddled production.
Don't see it if you’re hoping to see a revelatory and thematically consistent play about the emotional and sexual deveopment of women.
See it if This is a staggeringly complex and profound journey through a young woman's life as she confronts the joy and pain of being female.
Don't see it if You're not on board to see women's bodies, lives, and struggles exposed... and I mean exposed.