See it if you want a funny and thought-provoking, memoir look into one writer's youth, which simultaneously comments on current affairs in the US now.
Don't see it if you get uncomfortable with intimate theater in small spaces, that includes some direct address. (but it totally works in this setting!)
See it if you're game for an enthralling (and educational) bit of storytelling that is both theatrically adventurous & deeply personal
Don't see it if you expect a play to have a plot; if you don't like genre-defying works of performance theatre
See it if You are open to thinking about America. The status of women, violence, and legal history are considered in a unique and gratifying way.
Don't see it if Its not really a play, if that bothers you. The concluding scenes, while related, distract from the power of the main body.
See it if you're interested in the blurring of genres, the legal/social status of women in the history of this country, and some awesome performances.
Don't see it if you're hoping for a very traditional playgoing experience. This blurs the lines in what I found to be a very exciting way.
See it if You like adventurous theater and entertaining, moving stories that connect the personal to the political. Intense, vulnerable performances.
Don't see it if You want a traditional play with a traditional structure.
See it if You enjoy intimate theater-going experiences that may not be totally kink-free, but are passionate, honest, vulnerable, and feminist.
Don't see it if You're expecting a neat play. Don't like 4th wall breaks. Dislike autobiography. Find kid actors kitschy or cheap.
See it if You want to hear a middle aged white woman talk about how all men are rapists and domestic abusers.
Don't see it if You want to see a play, she stopped acting half way through and asked us to please pretend she was acting.
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