The performances were great. The writing, which was one of the things that I appreciate more and more these days was fantastic. The underlying message though, was pretty powerful and Katrina pulled it off.
What I didn't like
I saw the preview today, and there were a few booth issues, but aside from those, there’s not a lot to not like.
My overall impression
First and foremost, it’s entertaining. The jokes are good, and the performance by the cast is awesome. It’s also a really deep look at the current racial and gender climate in the US, so the play walks a fine line- How do you talk about the perils and pitfalls of being a woman, being black and being gay and make it funny and engaging?