I thought the show was entertaining, but it didn't knock me out. It made a much more powerful impression, however, on two of my friends. They loved it so much, that they decided to throw a party where everyone was to bring Get Mortified material to share. This happened last night at one of their houses in Pasadena.
Before the party I looked through a few boxes of old school work in my garage. Being more math/science oriented, I didn't do a lot of writing, and I didn't keep any journals outside of school, so I didn't know if I'd find anything that would be amusing to others. I did stumble upon a book report from 1986 - I was 13 - that I brought to the party. It was well received - lots of people laughed when I read it. This is what it said:
Raisin in the Sun Evaluation
Raisin in the Sun wouldn't be considered one of my favorite books. I probably wouldn't have read the whole thing if it wasn't manditory. I'm not putting down the author or anything. It's just not my type of book.
Even though I didn't care for the book, there were still some things that I learned about life. I learned not to judge people by their skin color. Also, I learned the typical family day in a black family. Another thing is that everybody has some sort of dream that they'd like to fulfill and pursue. The one thing that stuck out most to me was not to trust everyone such as Walter trusted Willie Harris.  I could go on and on about lessons I've learned, but that would make my assignment too long.
Well, these are my feelings about Raisin in the Sun and that just about raps it up except that I wouldn't recommend this book to somebody who was reading for their own personal enjoyment. 
1. My teacher wrote "good example"
2. My teacher circled the whole last paragraph and wrote "this isn't needed".