A behind the scenes docudrama that brings the unpopular story of negro league baseball business to focus. Matthew Robinson, with this offering, demonstrates his level of commitment to the importance of dramaturgy and command of naturalistic dialogue. The play takes time to expose the fallacies and correct some of the common “knowledge” that we have about the negro leagues and the first African-American MLB player. It’s informative, encapsulating, and intrepid. The script is also clever to show a very human and empathetic point of internal conflict within the antagonist early on so that we, as an audience, are a bit morally conflicted with the rest of the choices that he makes in order to achieve his personal goals. Certainly the most well-developed piece from Mr. Robinson thus far. A playwright, storyteller, and voice to keep track of.