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See it if you want a frank, no holds barred examination of race, racism, sex, & interracial relationships.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable being challenged by any of the above issues.
See it if you love multimedia performance. You want to see innovative choreography.
Don't see it if you want humanity in a story. The editing robs the show of critical character development and the video robs the show of feeling personal.
See it if you enjoy reinventions of classic musicals. You love tension on stage. (Really, you should just see it.)
Don't see it if you love the romance in Oklahoma. You are attached to the original interpretation. You don't like classics being updated.
See it if You're intrigued by the premise (characters played by child actors in part 1, then adult actors in part 2).
Don't see it if ... you want something fresh and innovative. You want reveals that feel revelatory.
See it if you want to see great lighting, interesting rigging work, and decent kungfu.
Don't see it if you like stories told well. You like theater with momentum. You like musical theater in which the music is purposeful.
See it if you like teen angst done well. You like clever lyrics and strong performances.
Don't see it if you don't love tech forward music. You aren't interested in stories about young people.
See it if you have never seen Caeser. Maybe. It had a strong start, then just kept slowing down. But it had interesting ideas.
Don't see it if you crave momentum in your story-telling.
See it if you want to see a very well done Much Ado. Afterwards, a friend was shocked to find out that none of the languages was "updated."
Don't see it if ... you hate Shakespeare?
See it if You like musicals from underrepresented voices. The show is ambitious, not perfect, but nearly masterful.
Don't see it if If you are made uncomfortable by frank conversations about gay sexuality or race.
See it if you love Poe, but have only read two or three of his poems. You NEED to see every immersive event in NYC.
Don't see it if You want a story, not just a series of ghostly possessions. You want an immersive experience where the audience is more than a bystander.
See it if you are really interested in seeing Coriolanus either as a Shakespeare or theater scholar. The story is told with clarity.
Don't see it if you like stories that move. Or have purpose. Or aren't repetitive.
See it if you like burlesque. If you like pushing boundaries. This show is not profound. But it's a lot of fun. (And only for adults!)
Don't see it if you dislike nudity. You need a cohesive story. You're afraid to navigate Brooklyn.
See it if you love theater about real issues that plays with form and structure.
Don't see it if you need straight-forward story telling. Or are uncomfortable with sex or nudity.
See it if you love wonderful shows. This was a fantastic production and should have won the Tony for best play.
Don't see it if you don't like stories of underrepresented voices.
See it if you are interested in the frank discussion of women's rights, how our Constitution works and how it has (sometimes) failed us.
Don't see it if you are a staunch conservative.