Not that funny. I mainly listened to discover what the universal funny line was but never heard anything that made me laugh out loud or guffaw.
My interpretation of the end is that we should stop talking about colonialism and oppression and genocide and trying to tell a story about it when it comes to Thanksgiving. Which, honestly, while critics finding that underwhelming, I thought was pretty apt considering that the true meaning of Turkey Day, according to Larissa FastHorse, was president Lincoln trying to create a nonpolitical holiday that unified the north and south and healed the nation and had absolutely nothing to do with indigenous people on the east coast of North America or “pilgrims”
I hated this play. I'd planned to read it for ages and it was just so disappointing. Brief premise is "woke is bad", framed by teachers doing a Thanksgiving play. It's meant to be satire but it's so blindingly obvious and unfunny that it's just sad. This audiobook version highlights that FastHorse got a MacArthur Genius Grant, and if this is the quality of their work, god only knows why.
The actual performance of the piece was pretty good, it was just a shame they were performing this.