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See it if You like great acting performances, you have an interest in Black Army life circa WWII, you want to see Blair Underwood with his shirt open
Don't see it if You should see it.
See it if You like either actor, or predictable straight plays with no surprises.
Don't see it if You don't like slow, feel-good, family relationship plays or the standard trope of a dirty old man dishing out one-liners and sexual humor.
See it if You like new musicals akin to Be More Chill/SpongeBob, pop scores, the cast, anything to do with emojis and goofy, over-the-top characters.
Don't see it if You only like serious, traditional musicals, dislike colorful, fluffy shows that have meaning, you don't use emojis/know which is which.
See it if You like ensemble shows that don't focus on only 1-2 characters. You like sung-through musicals and/or Irish/Bluegrass musical scores.
Don't see it if Anything having to do with 9/11 is a trigger for you or you prefer more traditional musicals with big dance numbers.
See it if You like edgy, thought provoking theater.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with overt sexuality/sexual actions, nudity, therapy, and intense discussions regarding relationships and race.
See it if You like goofy, eclectic shows that toss in a bit of physical comedy to go with the written bits.
Don't see it if You don't like over the top stage shenanigans or a show in which just about everything is rhymed.
See it if You like lighthearted theater that is a bit silly despite a slightly serious theme.
Don't see it if You don't like haphazard scores and slightly confusing characterizations of Neurosis.
See it if You like classic old school musicals.
Don't see it if You don't like a show with a lot of dancing taking the place of vocals or you don't like unresolved action.
See it if You like short plays. This piece is actually six smaller, mostly non-connected, works performed one after the other.
Don't see it if You don't like shorter plays, violence or works that are not all interconnected, and lack resolution.
See it if You're a Hufflepuff, fan of the Harry Potter series, always rooting for the last guy picked, or just like quirky low-budget shows.
Don't see it if You want a big expensive looking production or don't know anything about what happens in the Harry Potter series. You'll be completely lost.
See it if You like a slow, quiet show that's more "play with music" than energetic song and dance style show/you like seeing actors play live music.
Don't see it if You get bored easily, don't like plays or like exciting energy filled song and dance numbers in your musical shows.
See it if You like long monolgues, minimalist staging, personal accounts of immigrants.
Don't see it if You dislike intense moments, long monologues and seeing simulated physical torture.
See it if You like the music and the classic story as well as great production and wonderful performers.
Don't see it if You're too stuck on the original production. Some iconic staging has changed completely or been updated and the pacing has been sped up.
See it if You like bawdy puppets singing catchy tunes.
Don't see it if You're prudish and/or can't take jokes about racism, homosexuality, and other important social topics.
See it if You like experimental theater, actor/role gender swaps, emotional shows, queer theater.
Don't see it if You are homophobic, easily upset by simulated nudity/sex, prefer traditional theater, are unable to suspend disbelief
See it if You like old-fashioned musicals that focus on the singing and choreography without crazy stage effects.
Don't see it if You don't like updated material, (this is not like the movie!) or modern political thoughts interjected into the dialogue.
See it if You liked the movie, like the performers, like the composer, don't mind unconventional plays with musical bits.
Don't see it if You're not a fan of stories related to the sexual revolution. You want to see a fully fleshed musical.
See it if You're interested in plays about mental health.
Don't see it if You dislike short plays and/or are easily triggered by the topics of PTSD, depression, suicide, addiction and other mental health problems.
See it if You want to see a cast of amazing actresses play strong female characters.
Don't see it if You are easily offended by vulgarity and want to watch a completely sensical easy to follow play.
See it if You like raunchy shows with dance, operatic vocals, gymnastic type feats of strength and aren't afraid of seeing a lot of skin.
Don't see it if You have problems with nudity, smoke machines, or have seen several of the last Company XIV productions.
See it if You are a total Harry Potter geek. Most fans will be absolutely amazed by the visual spectacle that is Cursed Child.
Don't see it if You're not familiar with the basic events of the original Harry Potter books, don't like magic, or can't sit for long periods of time.
See it if You feel like getting a bit of culture but don't want to pay much (or anything) for it.
Don't see it if You like a fluid tale that resonates with the audience, hate actors playing multiple roles, don't like small productions.
See it if You are open minded and like musicals with comedy, lots of stage action, as well as quieter parts.
Don't see it if You cringe at the thought of men wearing apparel originally designed for women.
See it if You are a fan of history, and like historical based shows. You like emotional pieces.
Don't see it if You don't like mentions of the holocaust, homosexuality, or Judaism or you don't like (non-musical) plays with music.
See it if You've ever had a relationship that didn't work or lost friends when they hooked up.
Don't see it if You don't like shows about relationships or depressing subjects.
See it if You like immersion theater, live action mixed with video media, or are curious about how "The Idiot" can be adapted for a 75 minute play.
Don't see it if You don't like interactive theater or electronic music/video usage. You're a staunch fan of traditional theater. You don't know the story.
See it if You're a fan of the original production. You're curious about how a mix of deaf and hearing actors work together in a live performance.
Don't see it if Everyone should see it.