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See it if you want to see raw performances by 3 black gay men in the age of HIV/AIDS dealing with acceptance, suicide & denial. Very powerful.
Don't see it if Sexual material involving gay issues is not of interest. The language is vulgar at times and there are scenes simulating sexual acts.
See it if you're fascinated by a one-man performance who inhabits the real characters who were involved in the NYC Crown Heights riots in 1991.
Don't see it if you like action rather than dialogue about race and prejudice.
See it if you're interested in yet another dysfunctional family drama centered on women and anorexia, its genesis and impact on family dynamics.
Don't see it if you can't stomach another overly ambitious play about a privileged disconnected family.
See it if you want to see 8 characters singing a capella about how internet addiction has affected each. With simple staging, the actors command all.
Don't see it if you are a fan of big showy musicals. This is all about the singing and the message which is presented n a very intimate way.
See it if a family "cursed" with poverty, rage & alcoholism in a downward spiral both literally& figuratively is of interest. Or a Sam Shepherd drama
Don't see it if you're not ready to see an dysfunctional family screaming at each other as they rage at their lives although each dreams about a better one
See it if a story depicting Jews' experiences in Vilna during WWII is of interest The story is based on the true events which makes it very compelling
Don't see it if you are not interested in a Holocaust story,It is lengthy although there is some relief with singing,an innovative set and great acting!
See it if a dramedy about racism in Old Hollywood interests you. The black characters face prejudice with stalwart determination to succeed
Don't see it if you prefer a linear plot. The first act is comedic while the second discusses race in America more seriously.Also, it tends to drag on.
See it if you enjoy a satire about being poor and black in Brooklyn. Despite Undine's effort to better herself, she soon realizes what's important.
Don't see it if you have a hard time with a comedy about stereotypical characters in the inner city who have drug problems.
See it if you'd like to witness a 2hr show about Richard Wagner & his wife's anti-Semitic rants with an attempt at redemption at the end.
Don't see it if you cringe at listening to a slow play about the couple's racist views, attempting to make it absurd but failing miserably.
See it if you wax nostalgic on shows choreographed by Jerome Robbins. The opening song "On The Town" performed on the deck of the Intrepid was magical
Don't see it if a panel of experts, current and former actor/dancers, & choreographer discussing Robbins' techniques genius is not of interest to you.
Also The opening was terrific! I wish there was more!
See it if you want a nostalgic look back at women's roles over the last century depicted in musical revue of popular songs of each era. Fun time!
Don't see it if you prefer elaborate musical productions or would hate being part of an audience, mostly of women, who are singing and clapping along.
See it if you are ready to watch a lonely motherless 15 yo girl seeking love from her dad, gets rejected & acts out sexually in her desperation.
Don't see it if you find it difficult to see a young girl be demeaned by her father and watch her misguided attempts to use sex as a way to receive love.
See it if you are into watching dysfunctional characters in a family drama, who cannot relate to each other. There are a few sad attempts at comedy.
Don't see it if you have anything better to do. None of the characters garnered any sympathy although they each portrayed a disassociated person in society.
See it if you enjoy a classical production of Othello with well-acted lead roles, Iago in particular,all in period costumes,under an open starry night
Don't see it if you are unable to sit through a little under 3 hours of Shakespearean dialogue of heavy exhausting drama.
See it if you like a long-winded family drama. The story of a pining daughter for her long-lost father gets lost in the multiple plot lines.
Don't see it if you like a concise, well-crafted story that has a linear plot line. Needs some serious editing.
See it if you are a Tennessee Williams devotee. The story depicts southern Gothic life with lead characters who are both passionate and melancholy.
Don't see it if you prefer a fast-paced action drama or hate minimalistic productions. The story has depth but at a slow burn.
See it if you might like a contemporary take on the Trojan War based on the classic Greek characters who move across a very small stage.
Don't see it if unless you are a fan of Austin Pendleton although he too seemed bored.
See it if you like to see a white academic couple grapple with issues of racial entitlement both in their workplace and at home. There is humor too.
Don't see it if you are not open-minded about affirmative action.You can't tolerate hearing white privileged teens rant although the end will surprise you.
Also Notice the stairs on the set. It is also symbolic.
See it if you are a fan of a story that takes place in 1993 with vapid characters who have no chemistry. It is slow-moving, with jokes that fall flat.
Don't see it if you expect to either laugh or cry after watching a romantic comedy. It does not seem believable. The ending was disappointing.
Also The set was beautiful. The lighting was exquisite and very romantic.
See it if you enjoy an ensemble cast morphing into several of Chekhov's short stories. There is a mix of comedy, drama, romance as well as the absurd.
Don't see it if you prefer to see a show with a linear plot. The staging is minimal but there are lots of costume changes to fit the storylines.
See it if you are interested in her life from a young girl born into slavery to her harrowing escape to freedom and triumph over it. Poignant & funny
Don't see it if you don't like a one-woman show or have difficulty understanding the southern dialect of the uneducated negro born into slavery in that era.
See it if you are interested in a dysfunctional family, each unravelling in their individual dramas while living under the same roof.
Don't see it if are trying to escape the reality of current modern society and it's impact on folks who are trying their best despite the odds against them.
See it if you or your kids enjoy a good hearty slapstick comedy - no vulgarity or profanity-Reminiscent of Carol Burnett's TV skits.
Don't see it if you don't like a campy comedy although I dare you not to laugh at times. Overall good fun!
See it if you enjoy an irreverent musical comedy about Mormons specifically and religion in general.
Don't see it if you cannot tolerate vulgar language or sexual references that might be uncomfortable.
See it if a Horton Foote drama of a older couple's life in 1950's Houston, slowly unravelling after facing their son's suicide is of interest.
Don't see it if you are into seeing alot of action. This is a slow burn but deeply thoughtful themes of dealing with loss and lies.
Also The main characters are perfection!
See it if a one-woman monologue describing her journey (and many sexual exploits) who finally gains self esteem and self confidence is your cuppa tea.
Don't see it if you are looking for a deeply thoughtful journey although there are some laughs along the way.
See it if you can. A classic Fiddler combines comedy,tragedy, drama in an artful rendition all done in Yiddish. Beautifully acted with terrific energy
Don't see it if you aren't open to a magnificent new and improved Yiddish version of a classic or if you get annoyed by having to read subtitles.
See it if you're ready for a story about an immigrant living with an American family whose ethos is exploitive. Sarandon and Ireland are captivating.
Don't see it if you're not into a very talky show that is part comedy with a twist at the end.
See it if you're interested in an intense drama of a interracial gay couple,artist & patron, with a mom, 3 gospel singers and pool thrown in.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with male nudity or an evolving homosexual relationship in multi layered plot of racism, ageism, art and money.
See it if you enjoy a story that takes place over a couple of hundred years, of a black woman facing racism. Quincy Tyler Bernstine is brilliant.
Don't see it if you enjoy theater that is non linear. The subject of a black Jamaican woman trying to make a difference as a nurse, gets lost in mayhem.
See it if you want to see a musical with 90's music about high schoolers with boundless energy and teenage dilemma's.
Don't see it if you hate being entertained by loud music, terrific singing and dancing to 90's music with a storyline that's light and fluffy.
See it if you like a smart script about the politics of a mayoral election in 70's Albany. Edie Falco is perfection!
Don't see it if if you're turned off to politics and what goes on behind the scenes or if foul language with lots of f-bombs offends you.
See it if you are a teenager or can empathize with one who feels like they don't fit in with the"cool"kids in school. A musical with a talented cast.
Don't see it if you don't like contemporary themes about teenage angst although you will miss a multi-talented cast of great voices and perfect timing.
See it if an intimate drama on a small stage works for you.She,a famous writer, he,a naïve seminarian, 20 yrs her junior.They meet again after 25yrs.
Don't see it if multiple themes including religion, suicide, euthanasia are not of interest to you.
Also The first act was too lengthy. The acting was superb.
See it if you are ready for a one-woman show narrating her evolving story of love and loss. So beautifully executed that one forgets she is acting.
Don't see it if you cannot bear profane language, a British accent or a one-woman show. But boy oh boy, will you ever miss seeing a great performance!
See it if a fascinating historical middle east peace deal by unlikely interlocutors, peaks your interest. It is beautifully written and well-acted.
Don't see it if you are not into historical events or are tired of listening to the Arab Israeli stalemate.
See it if you are interested in watching intense monologues of women who've been victimized by sex-trafficking, rape, prostitution and body shaming.
Don't see it if you are not prepared to watch 80 minutes of female objectification with profane language of male genitalia as instruments of subjugation.
See it if you like a campy comedy about imaginary homosexual encounters between two closeted iconic writers of mid 20th century.
Don't see it if homosexuality is a theme that doesn't interest you. The portrayal of a raunchy Tennessee Williams is in contrast to an uptight William Inge.
See it if you go for a beautifully crafted drama with well-defined characters depicting the lives of jazz musicians set in post-war Detroit. Poignant!
Don't see it if you are interested in a jazz musical. This is a drama interlaced with moments of music and comedy.
See it if you enjoy a thought-provoking two-woman show based on a biological future. Great dramatic visual and audio staging with synchronized acting.
Don't see it if you have no interest in a futuristic dystopic view of the world.
See it if you enjoy klezmer music in a epic tale of a Jewish immigrant couple coming to America in early 1900's.The narrator steals the show.
Don't see it if you’ve seen Amerike–The Golden Land and don’t want to see a repeat in English. There is some profanity.
See it if you are a Sondheim fan who enjoys a touching musical about beauty queens from the 30's and '40's who reminisce about their lives.
Don't see it if you prefer a linear story with rap music and modern dance. There is a lot going on although it is slow-moving at times.
See it if you enjoy a funny feminist musical revue made up of skits about politics, motherhood, relationships, homophobia, a few of the themes.
Don't see it if you are allergic to x-rated language, sexual material, or feminist issues. Oh and of course if you can't laugh about DJT.
See it if you like a brilliant, funny one-woman show as she grapples with prejudice(including her own) in her small town in the Texas heartland.
Don't see it if you have no tolerance for diversity and are allergic to a Texas drawl.
See it if like a one-woman show that has a plot with a twist.What starts off as a "whodunit" becomes a woman in the midst of a mental breakdown.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable watching a woman devolve into her imaginary life.
Also You will be totally engaged in the outcome.
See it if you want to see a quiet, slow-moving musical. The musicians are terrific, but the dialogue is tepid at best. The band's finale was perfect!
Don't see it if your idea of a Broadway musical is fun and exciting.
See it if you enjoy a play about a historical figure that is imaginative, funny, clever, operatic yet full of pathos at the same time.
Don't see it if are not interested in being transported to the royal kingdom of 18th century Spain.
See it if you enjoy a brilliant experience with an original script, great singing, modern dance and clever poetry done in rap!
Don't see it if you simply hate musicals no matter what.
See it if you enjoy great writing, good acting and a story about a woman unravelling at work and home.
Don't see it if you've overdosed on women's angst about aging in the workplace as well as a marriage becoming undone