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See it if you want to see a classic musical that could have been given a crisper revival.
Don't see it if stereotypes annoy you - gay actors, whiny Jewish women, charmless out-of-towners.
See it if you feel that the portrayal of the painful lives of non-white people in America cannot be presented often enough.
Don't see it if you expect to see these profound tragedies examined in depth.
See it if you want a theater experience that is both relevant and fun.
Don't see it if you prefer edgy, dark, surreal theater.
Also I simply had a wonderful time and so did the rest of the audience.
See it if you want to see two glorious performances and learn a lot in the bargain.
Don't see it if the achievements of women and their struggles to do so are not of interest to you.
Also What an artistic and intellectual triumph!
See it if you want to see a talented dance ensemble tackle a familiar musical piece in a very clever manner.
Don't see it if you want "tradition" - then you should head a few doors West.
See it if you'd like a glimpse of a fascinating, yet under-explored portion of German pre-war history.
Don't see it if you want to be emotionally involved in the characters being portrayed.
See it if you want to try to understand what motivates troubled people to seek alternative solutions to intractable problems.
Don't see it if you cannot believe that people would be desperate enough to seek relief from a faith-healer.
See it if want to see a very gentle depiction of how too many of us rationalize not taking a personal or political stand.
Don't see it if you feel passionately about the population's indifference to venality.
See it if you want to understand the real life issues twenty-somethings are confronting
Don't see it if you cannot believe that people decades younger than you can have anything of value to tell you.
See it if you want to see a powerful drama that is tightly written and staged.
Don't see it if you prefer to avoid theater portraying man's inhumanity to man - even if the portrayal is done very well.
See it if you want to be taken back 50 years and spend time with people dealing with issues that might have been relevant.
Don't see it if you're looking for clever, snappy dialog and music and lyrics that have some bite and energy.
See it if you want to see two actors take every risk and embrace very difficult roles - believably.
Don't see it if the exploration of dysfunctional relationships is not your cup of tea.
See it if you want to see a classic American musical performed in a foreign language - Hebrew.
Don't see it if you hope to see sparkling performances, rousing choruses and lush orchestrations.
See it if you want to viscerally experience the myriad of tragedies associated with opioid addiction.
Don't see it if you think you understand, intellectually, the problem and its solution.
See it if you want to be made proud of a political figure about whom you know only a little - Bella Abzug. And revel in the creator Harvey Fierstein
Don't see it if you don't want to be touched by the story of a political life lived to serve all.
See it if you need to be reminded about the last several years of the Johnson Administration.
Don't see it if you wanted to see the political characters as flesh and blood and gain new insights into the period.
See it if you yearn to see an actor - TOM STURRIDGE - put an audience in the palm of his hand, effortlessly.
Don't see it if you hope to see JAKE GYLLENHAAL in a role that he understands.
See it if you want the pleasure of a well-designed, brilliantly acted piece of theater.
Don't see it if you hope to see any light at the end of the tunnel regarding America's fatal flaw - discrimination.
See it if you want to experience what Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans photographed for the WPA.
Don't see it if you cannot deal with profoundly depressing circumstances that are all too real.
See it if you want hear glorious voices singing solo and in harmony.
Don't see it if you don't want to see 8 people suffering in 8 different ways who are only connected by their despair.