See it if ...you enjoy plays dealing with the theme of greed and human instinct.
Don't see it if ...you don't think you can enjoy a play showing the uglier side of humanity, or tend to be bothered by seeing that behavior.
See it if ...you enjoy plays about marriage. ...you love Metcalf & Lithgow; great chemistry.
Don't see it if ...you're not willing to suspend your disbelief. ...you're expecting a politics-heavy piece.
See it if ...you enjoy plays that make you think and work. ...you enjoy Huppert.
Don't see it if ...you want a lighter evening. There was one particularly difficult scene to get through.
See it if you like to see amazing character work. Eric Berryman really embodies the people on the album.
Don't see it if you want more anecdotes along with the presentation.
Also I don't think The Wooster Group is for me.
See it if you enjoy theatre that shows all facets of a person- the good and the flaws.
Don't see it if you think you might be triggered by a story about alzheimer's.
See it if ...you enjoy epic story-telling. ...you enjoy picking up on foreshadowing & thematic elements. ...you enjoy feeling like a fly on the wall.
Don't see it if you have a short attention span.
See it if ...you enjoy great stage pictures. Van Hove & Versweyveld create beautiful images. ...you enjoy B. Crantson. He gives a stunning performance
Don't see it if you get annoyed when high quality staging is superior to the content of the writing and a few of the performances.
See it if ...you enjoy documentary-style theatre. ...you enjoy atmospheric theatre. ...you enjoy engrossing theatre.
Don't see it if I can't think of reason not to see this show.
See it if you enjoy paying attention to human behavior and how people's choices affect other people.
Don't see it if you don't want to lean in and listen.
See it if you love the R&H score. you want to be awed by Justin Peck's choreography.
Don't see it if you want to hear the score in all it's glory. you don't want to see the actors play for laughs.
See it if you enjoy Ivo van Hove's work. you enjoy a spectacle and enjoy creative stage pictures.
Don't see it if You can't focus on more than one thing at a time. There is serious FOMO that could occur if you let it.
See it if you want to see truly great stage magic. No special effects, just good old stagecraft.
Don't see it if you're cynical.
See it if you enjoy theater in the slightest. you want to be thrilled and inspired.
Don't see it if you love missing out on greatness.
Also All elements come together for a truly transcendent experience.
See it if you're a fan of the actors. They all do a great job.
Don't see it if you have anything else on your list you're debating between.
Also Was never able to get invested into the characters.
See it if you want to see a story about searching for forgiveness and the reactions we have as humans that aren't always productive.
Don't see it if you don't have empathy.
See it if before you knew anything about the show, itself, you thought, St. Ann's + The National Theatre = gold.
Don't see it if you can't handle theatre that makes you uncomfortable at times.
See it if ...you enjoy thought-provoking theatre dealing with familial issues. ...you have the appetite for 4+ hours of drama.
Don't see it if long monologues start to bore you.
See it if you like your theatre to make you think about the human condition: about yourself, your family, and those around you.
Don't see it if you're looking for something light-hearted