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See it if You like intimate, original musicals. It is a refreshing escape from the over bloated musicals on Broadway.
Don't see it if You like juke box musicals and shows with more flash and less drama.
See it if You like the clever blend of dark comedy and gruesome thriller typical of Martin McDonagh’s plays and movies.
Don't see it if You dislike violent subject matters or have trouble understanding the accent of Northern England.
See it if You like old school literate, Chekhovian style plays. It is an intelligent, gentle and genuinely witty comedy beautifully designed and acted
Don't see it if You like socio-politically driven or highly theatrical plays like SLAVE PLAY or THE INHERITANCE.
See it if You like contemporary plays with a wicked sense of humor. The ensemble acting is uniformly wonderful with Armie Hammer the perfect foil.
Don't see it if You are sick to death of the angry and all too stupid discourse in today’s politics. This play is painted in very broad strokes.
Also A special nod to Austin Pendleton’s performance.
See it if You like strong drama involving mystery and social issues. Fine performances by Underwood and Grier.
Don't see it if You are a fan of the original production or movie and are expecting a fresh take. It needs more subtlety to be more gripping.
See it if Another unique, non-generic play by the always clever Lucas Hnath. The intimacy of the production makes for a special experience.
Don't see it if You are aggravated by plays done with the house lights up and minimal design elements and dramatic action.
See it if You are a fan of the playwright or any of the talented actors involved - like stage pro Nielsen or Aiden Quinn.
Don't see it if You are expecting the quality director Michael Wilson has brought to other Horton Foote plays. I was hoping for more.
See it if Absolutely absorbing 7 hours of funny, moving and masterfully crafted drama. Not one wasted moment.
Don't see it if You dislike long, 2 parts plays and are offended by sexually explicit language and scenes.
See it if You enjoy the lighter, more romantic side of Tennessee Williams. Tomei is charming but Emun Elliot as Alvaro walks away with the show.
Don't see it if You are impatient with uneven productions. Act 1 is slow and Tomei’s performance is full of good intentions but short on earthiness.
See it if You enjoy well acted, human drama plays. Patrick Breen and Javier Munoz are stand outs.
Don't see it if You enjoy plays with a cutting-edge. This is a mild, unthreatening 97 minutes.
See it if Popular entertainment in a good way meaning it is light without being mindless. Like The Prom it has a big heart.
Don't see it if Probably too frivolous and formulaic for serious theatre goers.
See it if You enjoy grown up, subtle, intelligent theatre. Wonderful performances by Cox and Hiddleston.
Don't see it if You dislike Pinter - this production is quite spare from the dialogue to the staging and design.
See it if You think Chekhov’s classic needs to be shaken up. Fine performances by Greg Hildreth and Sas Goldberg.
Don't see it if You love Chekhov’s THREE SISTERS. This reimagining diminishes the humor and heartache already existing in the original.
See it if You are a lover of Glenda Jackson and modern interpretations of Shakespeare. This is an exciting production chock full of ideas.
Don't see it if You are a purist about Shakespeare or suffer from Attention Deficit Disorder. It runs 3.5 hours and is, at times, somewhat sloppy.
See it if You want to see Susan Sarandon “live”.
Don't see it if You are expecting this talented cast to be in an intelligent play. HAPPY TALK gives new meaning to hackneyed and uninspired.
See it if You are a fan of the movie or the talented performers in the production.
Don't see it if You are expecting a modern look at gender roles. This male driven show is as misguided as the original movie.
See it if You like modern looks at classic musicals. This is a production brimming with imagination .
Don't see it if You think musical theatre classics should not be tampered with.
See it if If you enjoy the blend of play and politics. Long live Heidi Schreck!
Don't see it if You are politically conservative.
See it if You like to laugh and cry at the same time. Metcalf is yet again astounding. A smart and beautiful play.
Don't see it if You hate the Clintons are not open to seeing their humanity - especially Hillary’s.
See it if This is a fine production of a solid American play. Paul Dano becomes a real stage actor with his performance.
Don't see it if Don’t see it if you are predisposed to disliking Sam Shepard. This production is not a new vision of the play.
See it if You enjoy dramatic musical theatre. This is more play than musical and there are no pauses for applauding after numbers.
Don't see it if You enjoy jazzy musical or you are expecting a juke box musical of Dylan’s songs.
See it if You are looking for an enjoyable time and not too much more. Full of funny dialogue and a superb performance by Jane Alexander.
Don't see it if You like plays with edge or a strong emotional impact. This is not SLAVE PLAY.
See it if You enjoy serious plays and good acting. Judith Ivey and Edmund Donovan give riveting, layered performances.
Don't see it if You dislike plays about isolation and sadness. It is slightly too long which only extends the unhappy story.
See it if You relate to the work of Will Eno or have a passion for seeing new plays.
Don't see it if You expect strong dramatic action. The production falls asleep along with the audience.
See it if You are engaged by challenging plays on provocative themes.
Don't see it if You are offended by sexual content and situations.
Also Wonderful direction and some stunning, honest performances.
See it if You enjoy mysterious, lyrical plays and Mary-Louise Parker. She gives a master class in acting.
Don't see it if This production may be too pretentious and “wordy” for some theatre goers. It’s structure is more like a short story than a play.
See it if You like Lett’s lighter plays like Superior Donuts. This is a very entertaining dramedy with a winning performance by Ian Barford.
Don't see it if You don’t care for plays about unlikeable characters. Or scenes including nudity and sexual situations.
See it if You enjoy intelligent, complex plays. This is theatre of the highest order - every element from the acting to the design is flawless. Bravo!
Don't see it if You do not like non-linear stories.
See it if You are interested in American history and enjoy multi-character large scale plays. Wonderful direction.
Don't see it if Don’t enjoy large scale plays. Some characters are well drawn while others come off as cartoonish. Uneven performances.
See it if You enjoy serio-comic family stories intelligently drawn. The performances of the children are especially good as is the direction.
Don't see it if You like plays to have more dramatic bite and social impact.
See it if You like intelligent, well acted and cleanly directed plays on contemporary subjects.
Don't see it if At its weakest this play is too formulaic and lacks the tension befitting the life and death choices experienced by the lead character.
See it if You like your drama light. Well directed and appealing cast.
Don't see it if You are expecting a play as thoughtful and engaging as Wohl’s SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS. This is a paint-by-number play. It needs to aim higher.
See it if You admire the work of Arthur Miller. Riveting performances by Tracy Letts and Annette Bening.
Don't see it if You are distracted by uneven direction and weak performances by supporting players.
See it if You enjoy intelligent drama. Jonny Lee Miller commands the stage. Fine ensemble by the supporting cast too.
Don't see it if You hate either British imports or Rupert Murdoch.
See it if You enjoy seeing 3 stage pros bringing their gifts to a funny and challenging new play.
Don't see it if If you are expecting a simple minded comedy. Some of plot is decidedly absurd.