I went to Grandchildren of the Buffalo soldiers and I can sum it up in one word -- "Blech!" We left at intermission...it was that bad. This was the most amaturish production I have ever ever beheld for a professional theater company. The play itself, while an admirable subject was flawed with your basic playwriting 101 flaws. Yelling does not mean dramatic conflict -- monologues should be used sparingly -- exposition should come out of the natural dramatic progression of the play, not just a litany in the first three scenes.
Again i say ---