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See it if you want to support new works. I'm all about championing new musical, but all too often the music needs more aging. I found that here.
Don't see it if you expect a masterpiece. I was so looking forward to this piece. I applaud efforts, but it didn't quite rise to the the occasion.
See it if you don't need to be challenged. It was a cute show. Great set/lighting. The actors were enjoyable and worked well together.
Don't see it if You need to be challenged, moved or provoked. It played like episodic TV. Lots of transition time. Too, too long without an intermission. :(
See it if you have time to kill; it's dark adult puppetry. You know what you're signing up for. (props to Yan Li)
Don't see it if you're expecting a perfect plot. Or if you've children in tow. (Or parents in tow. They've not invented the wheel, but it rolls nonetheless
See it if you want to hear Steven Dietz's early work.
Don't see it if you are at all tired. "Jody" is so subtle/somber you might not make it through. Leaves "Carl" very little to work with. Lots of missed opps.
See it if You are in Astoria and have an hour and a half to kill. I'm glad I went. Kudos to LITA.
Don't see it if you expect high production value. The inspector and ex-girlfriend will make you chuckle a few times.
See it if you haven't. If you are a fan of bio-dramatic historical recounts of artists. Lots of colorful characters, masterfully presented by Dixon.
Don't see it if youre anti-1-person shows. To many friends who take this stance; but this is definitely one of the stronger ones I've seen in recent years.
See it if You want to support new works. (And, YES; YOU SHOULD ALL support new works.)
Don't see it if You expect the moon. Some of the acting was a bit earnest at times (dictated by scripts).
See it if you know nothing about the show or anyone in it. Works best if you're not on the "in". Expect nothing. Respect the gesture. Root for them.
Don't see it if you have lofty standards.
See it if you're curious; you know somebody in the cast; if you're partial to boobs and a**es, fog, and jazz. Take advantage of the tarot card reader.
Don't see it if you want to be blown away by talent; moved to tears; truly creeper out or placed on edge. The not knowing's always stronger than the result.