See it if
you liked Lord of the Flies or post-apocalyptic philosophical plays in a modern setting, well cast and performed in an imposing room.
Don't see it if
you don't like mildly interactive theatre, or need plays to have clarity in plot and premise, however well-intentioned, directed or acted.
Orphans & Outsiders is a curious thing; it's well cast and with young, mostly solid actors, some still gaining experience, but all of which have found their characters; the set is well-designed & lit; it's well directed; the choreography is fine, with well-composed occasional music, and even the graphic design (uncredited) of the artwork is effective.
All of this, however, supports a script which is essentially a treatise on Otherness; certainly pertinent to this moment, but sounding as if rushed & not completely thought out.
Aside from references to the Decaying and the Crisis, we're never quite sure of when or where we are (the given date is way too soon), what apocalyptic event got us here, or what sort of Morlocks and Eloi we're dealing with in this Lord of the Flies world.
Later inconsistencies aside–electricity? — the writing in the earliest part is simply tedious: the arguments circular, repeated by too many characters. There may be a play here, but it's not there yet.