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See it if you love the music and want a fresh sound with lots of angst but gorgeous voices.
Don't see it if you expect the traditional story, can't focus with larger than life moving images that dwarf the actors and want a filled out story.
See it if you want to hear fabulous music sung by exceptional talent (Tina) and especially a surprise young performer.
Don't see it if you don't want to see the horrors a person had to go through to become who she is today.
See it if you love a show that is flawless and has unexpected surprises in directing that took the audience to levels of excitement.
Don't see it if you don't like classical musical theatre done in an excellent manner.
See it if you like plays that look at things from a different perspective and allow you to form your own opinion.
Don't see it if you only want a rose colored world.
See it if you are a teenager who doesn't need a storyline that engages the viewer.
Don't see it if you expect a show that will surprise you and want a more believable story.
See it if you like to see resilient characters who are able to change and become better.
Don't see it if don't like over the top characters who make you laugh.
See it if you want a different view of an immigrant's life in America. Interesting look at those they leave behind.
Don't see it if you want an unpredictable story and a set that makes sense.
See it if you love the 'magic' of theatre and great special effects, more than I ever imagined. The story was well told and surprising.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of Harry Potter or magic.
See it if you love strong acting and twists in a story that keeps you intently listening and on the edge of your seat.
Don't see it if don't like suspense.
See it if you love the magic of theatre and creation of 'monster' characters who transport you. The technology of this show is wonderful.
Don't see it if you are looking for accurate dialogue and costumes and a story that makes sense.
See it if you want a fresh perspective on our political situation. One wishes they had been on a debate team.
Don't see it if you want to maintain an ostrich like position when it comes to the responsibilities we all have with our country.
See it if you like the Go- Go's music and unique costumes and dancing. Great comedic moments with strong actors and singers.
Don't see it if you prefer a show which has a message to find a clever way to tell an audience. Very in your face but relevant topic.
See it if you like a good mystery with lots of twists and great acting, along with some wonderful, soulful acapella singing.
Don't see it if racial themes are not interesting.
See it if you want to get insight into a state of mind you hope you never have to experience.
Don't see it if shows about aging are too difficult to watch.
See it if you loved the concept of the movie, enjoy beautiful costumes and sets, like a new twist and love dancing.
Don't see it if you want a copy of the movie and can't leave your expectations at the door.
See it if you need to complete the canon of Sam Shepard's work and want a great opening moment.
Don't see it if you are frustrated by unrealistic characters behaving in even more unrealistic manners. Also quite graphic and stomach turning.
See it if you loved the NYTW production and want to see a great transfer with outstanding staging, music and engaging actors telling "an old song".
Don't see it if you are not interested in good story telling of an ancient tale.
See it if you are curious how a musical about death can be funny and touching at the same time, if you want to hear a new young performer really belt.
Don't see it if you don't like movies turned into musicals.
See it if you love having a fresh approach to an old story that captures the essence and beauty through beautiful physical and vocal creativity.
Don't see it if you want the original story told without the beauty of this production.
See it if you like shows that make you think about this world we live in and all the expectations we have.
Don't see it if you have trouble understanding accents and rapid dialogue.
See it if you like a stripped bare production that seems lush with clever staging and character choices.
Don't see it if you want a full blown musical with lots of people.
See it if you like the inner workings of journalist writing. Makes you think about all the things you read each day.
Don't see it if you like lots of sets and costume changes.
See it if you love the classic and want a new, refreshing look at Atticus. Well told with an effective set that moved seamlessly through the scenes.
Don't see it if you don't like dramas or the classics.
See it if you have questioned whether the 'pc' movement has made any improvements and how it affects our world.
Don't see it if you can't stand a little blood.
See it if you love the story of "Measure for Measure" which is told in an amusing and clever way, with lots of good music.
Don't see it if you can't let go of the original story.
See it if you want to see ASL incorporated into a production in a surprising storyline. Devastating outcome.
Don't see it if you are easily distracted by signers and dialogue being projected.
See it if you like shows about a period in time that mostly went unnoticed and has a storyline that keeps you interested in the characters.
Don't see it if you expect to hear a lot of music - the onstage instruments were distracting because you wanted to hear the music.
See it if you want to know about the history of New York theatre. Lots of great information of one the most important buildings in the theatre scene.
Don't see it if you find history unimportant.