See it if Play moves fast. A very good detailed plot on Baldwin. Very sparse stage, 2 chairs and a table. Actors are very good.
Don't see it if If you don't like a small black box. Has a small amount of humor but it is a very serious play. If you don't want a quick moving serious pla
“A brilliantly imagined look at the impact of racial discord on Baldwin as he completes his second novel...In imagining the writer's inner turmoil, Gomez brings these issues into sharp focus...Finley has directed a gripping, emotionally resonant production, acted on a virtually bare stage—save for two chairs and one table—that presents Baldwin as humane, deeply introspective, and haunted by insecurities and legitimate worries.”
“At slightly less than two hours running time, the play moves quickly, and the cast is well up to the task at hand. For fans of Baldwin and his seminal works, those who love a good civil rights play, or anyone seeking a good love story, ‘Waiting for Giovanni’ will not disappoint.”