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See it if You like uninspired music and lyrics. The operatic pretensions are excruciating. You like Ms Nottage’s writings, no matter the quality.
Don't see it if You dislike bad opera. A total failure unfortunately.
See it if You’re looking for a show that appears relevant (it isn’t). The music is wonderful, the lyrics are clever, the acting is exceptional.
Don't see it if The book is conflicted and self immolating. It doesn’t know where it stands. Trying to straddle the fence on racism.
See it if This show is timely and captivating. Lynn Nottage has done it again. Best living playwright in America. Ruined, Sweat and now Clyde’s.
Don't see it if If you have your head in the sand.
See it if If you want to hit a mess of today’s issues in one entertaining evening. You will relate to well formed characters.
Don't see it if If reality is too threatening. I was reluctantly pulled into this accomplished musical but definitely was.
See it if Seeing Laura Linney is worth any vehicle. Her performance is riveting.
Don't see it if You are looking for a thrilling evening of the great Elizabeth Strout novel. Basically it’s a proficient reading though lifeless.
See it if Lynch fans will love old and new Talking Heads numbers. Beautiful production of favorites.
Don't see it if If you don’t like rock and roll or intelligent lyrics. If you’re not ready to sway with the crowd.
See it if You’re interested in the new playwright in town or love things about Idaho.
Don't see it if If you want well written drama, stay away. The 3rd act (yeah, 3rd!) was excruciating.
See it if This show has two brilliant performances and a sometimes interesting conceit of time shifting.
Don't see it if The writing intentionally disorients you, taking advantage of the audience by email@example.com unreliable playwright.
See it if You quest for an ambitious (2)evening(s) that quite successfully melds EM Foster’s work with a modern exploration of sex,politics, etc
Don't see it if You’re looking for the intellectual resonance of Kushner’s Angels in America. It’s smart but Kushner lite.
See it if From tiny acorns mighty oaks will grow. Stunning acting and a story draws you in.
Don't see it if Fluid sexuality is assumed so be prepared for casual but truthful transitions.
See it if Tracy Letts At his best. Witty and incisive dialogue. The war and incompatibility between the sexes never better portrayed.
Don't see it if The graphic sexuality was gratuitous and unnecessary and really compromised the actors.
See it if It’s ambitious but muddled. There’s a cleverness but it’s lost in the undisciplined excursion into self absorption.
Don't see it if Can you sit almost 2 hours without intermission relief? It’s ambitions are frustrated by loose writing and tangential ramblings.
See it if A very clever updating of a classic film. Overall smart musicalization transposed to the theater.
Don't see it if If you don’t like drag. The music is uninspired and sounds generic and never rises to the level of the lyrics.
See it if This is an exquisite revolutionary interpretation of a classic musical. The staging is truly inspired with several brilliant, sexy singers.
Don't see it if If you don’t like your classics upended. The second act opens with a loud dissonance that may rattle your brain.
See it if If you have nothing to do and plenty of time to do it. The performances are fun if hammy.
Don't see it if It an ugly looking show that’s rarely funny.
See it if If you always loved this musical but are tired of slavish reproductions trying to capture the original with Zero Mostel.
Don't see it if You don’t like ethnic (Jewish) theater or reading super titles.
See it if The usual high standards of Encores with great dancing and singing. Of course, the orchestra was outstanding.
Don't see it if You have no interest in a mediocre musical of middling merit.
See it if Here’s a classic refreshed and restaged that is a tribute to the beloved original.
Don't see it if Don’t go if you don’t enjoy classic musicals. It’s not avant-garde but it’s original in its brilliance.
See it if Forget your preconceptions that this will be another gay fluff comedy. It's really smartly plotted with smashing acting w relevance
Don't see it if You've got all the [simple] answers. You may have to change your attitude about marriage equality.
See it if Ever so clever and thought provoking especially in these times of idiocy. A terrific trio of actors.
Don't see it if If you want a superficial take on fact based events.
See it if If you feel you’ve not seen enough ‘The Irish troubles’ plays, this is for you.
Don't see it if Too many characters +a live baby, a goose & rabbit. Rambling. We’ve seen this play so many times: OCasey, Catherine née Hoolihan. Enough!
See it if A complex situation about Albany politics seems like a no win evening. You will be definitely surprised & in for a thrilling theatrical eve.
Don't see it if You’re tired and prefer dinner and a nap
See it if This show is so much better than I remember when it first opened years ago. The writing is awfully clever and the entire cast is superb.
Don't see it if If you don’t like clever dialogue, simulated gay sex or LGBQ issue plays.
See it if It’s ambitious, I’ll say that. Tries to make a fascinating period of history relevant.
Don't see it if It tries for comedy but seems nonsensical and farcical. It’s campy.
See it if A perfect production of a flawed play. Three superb performances.
Don't see it if You abhor Albee. Sure he’s pretentious and precious but thoughtful and provocative.
See it if You’re a Rogers & Hammerstein fan. This production is a very pale version when compared to The Lincoln Center production of 25 years ago.
Don't see it if If you remember the Lincoln Center ground breaking production of years past.