★★★ Edgy and timely. Wechsler's production at Theater Wit is fast-paced, provocative and, crucially, acted throughout with the right combination of intellectual smugness, personal vulnerability and familial love.Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

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★★★½ Terrific!CLTR
Simultaneously hilarious and discomfiting. Entirely prescient!Broadway World Chicago

From the author of our hit productions Bad Jews and Significant Other comes a drama you won't be able to stop talking about.

How far would you go to help your child get into college?

Sherri Rosen-Mason—the head of admissions at a New Hampshire boarding school—thought she knew. Deeply committed to diversity, Sherri has boosted the number of students of color from 6% to 18%. Sherri’s dedication is put to the test when her son Charlie, an outstanding Hillcrest student who has dreamed of attending Yale since he was a child, learns his application has been deferred. Convinced that Yale based its decisions on race, Charlie claims to be a victim of reverse discrimination. As her son lashes out, Sherri is forced to confront just how far her commitment to equality really goes. Is she a true disciple or total hypocrite?

Friendships will be destroyed, futures redirected, and families brought to the breaking point in a funny, sharp-witted, devastating and shockingly blunt evening about the perils of privilege and whiteness.

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HIGHLY RECOMMEDED! A blistering, disturbingly apt critique.Chicago Reader

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