Jason Alexander stars in this limited run comedy about a death in the family, which brings playwright Larry David's acerbic wit and unfiltered observations to Broadway. More…
Jason Alexander takes over the role originated by Larry David, who returned to the stage for the first time since eighth grade, in a brand-new Broadway comedy written by...Larry David. Norman Drexel is a character who is very much like...Larry David. Expect his trademark humor and no-filter criticisms of life's annoyances.
See it if You love Larry David and just want to see Curb Your Enthusiasm on stage.
Don't see it if You can't stand Curb Your Enthusiasm or Seinfeld, and would be annoyed to watch basically a 2 hour long sitcom episode.
See it if Like an extended Seinfeld episode, but much dirtier. Very funny show - can't remember when I laughed harder at a show. Tight ensemble.
Don't see it if Some people might find the subject matter offensive. The humor was very Jewish - some people might not get it.
See it if You are a Seinfeld fan. I saw it with "George Costanza" in the lead role and it felt like I was watching a live version of Seinfeld sitcom
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Larry David's humor... Or if you choose the enjoy Seinfeld in syndication instead of on a Broadway stage-- it's cheaper
See it if you're a big fan of Larry David and/or Curb Your Enthusiasm. It feels like a long episode of Curb, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Don't see it if if you don't care for Larry David or Curb. (It's VERY Larry David.) The plot is a little thin.
See it if you love Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. If you do, the show is an absolute riot!
Don't see it if You don't feel like forking out the money. OR if you don't like the shows mentioned above.
See it if If you're a fan of David's work or are looking for a show with quirky characters and gut busting laughs; "Ooh!" moments in a show;
Don't see it if If you're looking for a well-structured play; serious acting;
See it if You are a fan of Seinfeld/Curb/Larry David. It's a fairly funny spiel from David's mind stretched to play length. Mostly funny shtick.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of the Seinfeld-type brand of humor or are expecting the 2nd coming of Jerry, George, etc. Or the 2nd coming of Neil Simon
See it if You want a long, stage version of Seinfeld or Curb your Enthusiasm. You like the hilarity of dark, quirky family dramas.
Don't see it if You're made too tense by conflicts that could be easily resolved at any point along the line. You're expecting the funniest show ever.
See it if you're a fan of Curb Your Enthusiasm or Larry David. Funny shtick, almost like a lengthened stage version of a Curb episode.
Don't see it if this is not your kind of humor. The plot is somewhat thin.
See it if Love the Larry David Show, or Seinfeld....or just want a relaxing evening with a few laughs
Don't see it if Hate sitcoms, Larry David, or neurotic Jewish humor.
See it if You love Larry David. It's him all over, and it's very funny. In the tradition of the Borscht Belt comedians.
Don't see it if You're looking for a comedy with an edge, like some of Neil Simon's later work (a playwright I'd associate with David).
See it if You just want to see an episode of Seinfeld or Curb on stage. You love all things Larry David.
Don't see it if You can't stand Larry David's writing, you want something new.
See it if you are a Larry David (and/or Seinfeld) fan, like dry, irreverant humor, and are looking for some good belly laughs.
Don't see it if you are looking for a traditional play or complex story.
See it if You are fan of Larry David and dark, satirical humor, if you like parodies and enjoy laughing at yourself.
Don't see it if You are self-righteous and can not find humor in the tragic parts of life or if you prefer to cry at the theater.
See it if You are a fan of Larry David. You love a good laugh. You are a fan of funny family conflict. You enjoy "Jewish" humor.
Don't see it if You want something dramatic. You don't like Larry David.