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See it if Only if your close friends with a cast member and you are under some kind of obligation.
Don't see it if You don't want to waste an evening on a stultifying, offensively bad show.
See it if you want a rollicking good time in the theatre--that helps you understand addiction in an entertaining and ultimately moving way.
Don't see it if you are one of the few people left who is offended by a few four letter words.
See it if You enjoy tour-de-force acting, a smart script, and a plot that takes surprising turns.
Don't see it if You cannot abide one-person shows--even with a master such as Crudup.
See it if You want to experience one of Tom Stoppard's best and most challenging shows in an intimate setting with a super cast.
Don't see it if You're not ready to listen carefully to the dizzying play of ideas in this show.
See it if You like thought-provoking plays about major issues such as war, art, life and death. There are echoes of Beckett and even Shakespeare.
Don't see it if You're not ready to concentrate on a lively and sometimes funny but dense serious play.
See it if you want an absorbing experience and a classic story told in an innovative way that carries you along from start to finish.
Don't see it if you like neither jazz nor folk music.
See it if you don't know anything about how Rupert Murdoch, the anti-Christ, came to power.
Don't see it if you want real insight into how Murdoch destroyed journalism and turned the Western World to the right.
See it if Want insight into the writing of Samuel Beckett told & performed by a passionate, talented and intelligent fan in Bill Irwin
Don't see it if you are expecting a narrative play.
See it if you're ready for a 1990s sit com about caregiving and illness. It does have good supporting performances from Celia Weston and Jack DiFalco.
Don't see it if you want a less dated and serious exploration of these issues.
See it if for Simon McBurney who is a good actor, but don't invite him to dinner because ask him one question and he won't stop for two hours.
Don't see it if you are annoyed by slim stories posing as "innovative theater."
See it if You can't get along without seeing Joel Grey (who is good in it). But most are misdirected to play broad farce rather than subtle comedy.
Don't see it if You like to see Chekhov done well.