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—Leslie Katz | San Francisco Examiner
“If you think you know where White is headed, you’ll likely be wrong”
—Emily S. Mendel | Berkeleyside
“The coping mechanisms of bitter humor and scathing insight that Black people have used over scores if not hundreds of years are vividly expressed under Ijames capable writing.”
—Wanda Ravernell | The Oakland Post
“Savvy comedy”
—Sam Hurwitt | The Mercury News
“I loved belonging to a diverse crowd laughing at Black comedy”
—Tyler Jeffreys | THEATRIUS
“Hilarious and somehow touching”
—Charles Lewis III | The Thinking Man's Idiot
—Lily Janiak | San Francisco Chronicle
"Emotionally hot and utterly of the moment"
—Jim Gladstone | Bay Area Reporter


“Worth your time and money”
—Mitchell Field | ForAllEvents
“The show holds within it the admirable aim to depict the way marginalization still exists in a purportedly ‘post-racial’ society.”
—Kate Tinney | The Daily Californian
“Ijames offers familiar insights in a world where white skin has been the standard of beauty.”
—Evelyn Arevalo | THEATRIUS
“White hits amusingly on several hot-button issues”
—Robert Hall | The Piedmont Post
“A blistering drama”
—George Heymont | My Cultural Landscape
“While Ijames plumbs some of the most troubling problems of our times, he does so with masterful balance of angst and humor.”
—Victor Cordell | ForAllEvents
“Sincere and raw performances, the play inspires questions and self-examination”
—Lou Fancher | East Bay Express