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See it if you want a brief history of what made Orson Welles great, and how his later career ended before his sudden death
Don't see it if you are not familiar with Mr. Welles and are too young to get the references to performers and celebrities of the 70's and 80's
See it if you want to be surprised. This play was wickedly good. Entire cast was multi-talented and the production was tight with no glaring miscues
Don't see it if a biographical drama about a female abortionist in 19th century NYC would not interest you, but you would be missing a worthwhile night out.
See it if you don't understand family disfunction and never saw someone go through cancer therapy
Don't see it if you expect to see a good play worthy of your time
See it if you like historical plays and can handle an accurate portrayal of slavery in America
Don't see it if you would not like an implausible tale, set in 1863, during the Civil War, and that was filled with violence and portrayed bigotry and hate
See it if a different way of presenting Shakespeare would be of interest to you
Don't see it if if you like big productions in a comfortable venue.
Also Actors were all very good, especially T. Colton as Macbeth.
See it if you would like 5 short plays performed by a cast of ten talented actors , each with a varying theme of betrayal by one's mind.
Don't see it if you will be influenced by the very low scores given on this forum. It is also not a "100" as it was awarded for Friday's performance.
See it if you want to be reminded how little the world has changed since this was penned by the great Irish playwright so many years ago
Don't see it if you are unable to concentrate and sit for 2.5 hours of intense theater depicting a hostage situation involving 3 men from different nations
See it if for one of the playwright's later, lesser seen works, about a cast of misfits who bare their souls in a small dingy California bar
Don't see it if you don't like the same old cocktail of misery ,loneliness, yearning and sadness , mixed with alcohol
See it if a semi-biographic drama about the Nazi turned US citizen Werner von Braun would be of interest to you
Don't see it if History and two hours of tedious theater is not what you are in the mood for
See it if you want to be treated to a night of really good theater in a small venue , unfortunately with, uncomfortable seating
Don't see it if You are sensitive to the playwright portraying a character who may or may not, have Asperger's Syndrome.
See it if you like a show revolving around the age old dilemma of finding a mate before it's too late, after a long term relationship ends
Don't see it if you don't want to see a small talented cast treat you to a cute musical in a small cozy venue
See it if you want to see an early work of JP Shanley . Both the female and male characters were well cast, and the 65 minutes was action packed.
Don't see it if a highly unlikely tale of two angry lost souls who meet in a Bronx bar one night would not be of interest to you.
See it if you can sit for 90 minutes for a well told tale, set in ancient China, about a man who goes against his principles, and it's consequences
Don't see it if a light fluffy show, or musical is what you are in the mood for. The theme is not new, but the story is told so well, that it should be seen
See it if you are open to a historical show about Korean women enslaved by Japanese soldiers for sexual purposes during WW2, while being set to music
Don't see it if you are so critical that you demand Broadway Tony winning actors to entertain you. The cast is young and did a really fine job.
See it if you want to learn things and be entertained at the same time. Baba had me on the Brink of sheer happiness. Great show for people of all ages
Don't see it if A little bit of cursing will offend you. Otherwise go and see why The NY Times endorses this great one man show
See it if you are a fan of the playwright, or are interested in the women's movement
Don't see it if 3 disjointed vignettes about the suffering of woman is not what you want to think about in your leisure time
See it if you want to see a creative group of performers tell the trials and tribulations of a young girl becoming a young woman who wants to act.
Don't see it if you are looking for a big night out at a theater. as the venue is simple and comfortable , and geared up for a younger crowd.
See it if you want to see a rarely performed play from the brilliant Kurt Vonnegut
Don't see it if you are not able to pay close attention for two intense hours of intimate live theater
See it if you like shows like The Voice and American Idol , and if you like good covers of classic rock mixed in with classical music
Don't see it if you are looking to see a Broadway show , despite it having a bunch of highly skilled vocalists and musicians.
See it if a more straight forward approach to climate change like Al Gore's " An Inconvenient Truth" is not entertaining enough for you.
Don't see it if earth's future mixed in with a few sidebars of dirty politics , sex ,vulgarity, and gender identification issues bore you
See it if you want a few laughs, as single gay man talks to three unseen gay men, when they attend the wedding of two other men
Don't see it if talk of drugs, sex and alcohol will not strike your funny bone
See it if you want to see a feel good story and be inspired by a talented young man who seems to have overcome a difficult childhood
Don't see it if you have no interest in hearing about growing up in less than ideal conditions
See it if instead of curling up on a couch with a book, in winter, you feel like seeing a good mystery in person thanks to a fine cast of 4 performers
Don't see it if you like big productions with an elaborate set. If inappropriate relationships with minors is a sensitive subject to you, maybe skip this.
See it if you want to be blown away by great vocals and musical talent while the performers tell how they met and fell in love.
Don't see it if you don't like the music of the Bengsons. How one could not is beyond me. Booyah Bengsons...you both rock, and so did the other musicians.
See it if you like or dislike evangelism , and want to see a comical look at it through the eyes of God, and performed by 3 skilled actors
Don't see it if you are either deeply religious , or don't believe in God or religion.
See it if you can take a one-two punch of powerful theater. First was a twisted tale involving cloned children, second a piece on a woman's suicide
Don't see it if you are looking for light entertainment. Churchill plays is brilliant on many levels, while Norman's is so real, but maybe a tad too long.
See it if you like short vignettes back to back to back for about 90 minutes by a talented writer, who also directed the last story
Don't see it if you need elaborate staging or comfortable seating
See it if you need a refresher course on women's lib movement
Don't see it if you are sick of #metoo crap and miss the good old days and Leave It To Beaver. Meanwhile SNL has a singer with slutty open blouse !
See it if you want to see some serious talent up close in a small but comfortable venue on the Lower East Side
Don't see it if you won't like a musical intertwined with ballet , about ghosts and an older married woman who has an affair with a younger married guy
See it if you want to see a work inspired by the comedy of Mel Brooks, Neil Simon and Carl Reiner.
Don't see it if you don't have heart beats and breaths to waste. This was utterly unacceptable to be seen on the island of Manhattan.
See it if you open minded to one man's dual view of racial bigotry told with humor and a few sad tales of profiling
Don't see it if you are close minded and have no interest in feeling the pain of another human being due to prejudice
See it if you are old enough to have seen Freddie Prinze, a cutting edge comedian , who died way too young
Don't see it if you never saw him perform at clubs or on television, or if you don't want to watch the sad demise of a shooting star
See it if to see a great revival of a minor work of Tennessee Williams. Cast were all superb and I am not sure why the reviews are not more positive
Don't see it if you cant sit through 100+ minutes of dialogue with southern accents and no intermission.
See it if you aren't prudish and would like to see a 90 minute play that is a mash up of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf" & "Key Largo" on steroids
Don't see it if simulated sex, cursing, violence and infidelity make you uncomfortable, and you only like white-bread. characters and white picket fences
See it if you are either familiar or not familiar with the work of Gurney. Two short plays in act 1 and one after intermission.
Don't see it if Second play thought provoking but could do without. First very good. Third a masterpiece. Laughed a few tears ! Go see this Gurney tribute
See it if you would like a historical play based on real event involving the IRA in 1979. The play shows how a militant changed after 30 years
Don't see it if you have trouble understanding actors with Irish accents, and you like fast moving shows. First act was longer but well written & performed
See it if you like a good farce performed by a super talented cast. I wanted to leave after 15 minutes but it got better with time
Don't see it if silly sketches like those on SNL do not appeal to you. You won't like this if you can't appreciate the effort of the cast
See it if a tale about a conflicted young man and an older woman meeting 25 years after their initial meeting intrigues you
Don't see it if you don't like soap operas or you are not sympathetic to euthanasia
See it if a one woman show about a troubled teenage Irish girl living with her mom in Manchester in the 90's is something of interest to you
Don't see it if you are looking for something light and fluffy. Show ran 55 minutes and needed all your attention to get the crux of the matter
See it if you might like a show about a possible work place romance , and the consequences that come from the suspicion of the office workers .
Don't see it if you don't like small Lower East side performance spaces with uncomfortable seating.
Also The actors were all very good, and the play was staged quite well.
See it if you love a great play , a love story, at a beautiful iconic NY venue , with superb acting and chemistry between the lead actors
Don't see it if Supertitles above the stage and sign language will be a distraction .The play is long and evolves slowly so avoid this if you are impatient
See it if An absurd dark comedy about the relationship between a distant brother and sister might interest you, without an intermission
Don't see it if you want a play that leaves you satisfied in the end. Good acting but last 30 minutes leaves you hungry after an appetizing 1st hour .
See it if you want to be amazed at what an extremely multi-talented human being is capable of creating.
Don't see it if you are only looking to see either a traditional musical or a play. This show explores what is important in life and opens ones mind.
See it if Musicals are not your thing and a play with substance is what you are craving. Mr.Lochtefeld was superb .
Don't see it if A slow, finely acted bit of history is not what you wish to witness in your leisure time. To each his own, but it will be your loss !
See it if even you don't have any interest in Malcolm X. Stellar cast. NY Times Critics Choice for a reason. Intelligent theater and a great story.
Don't see it if two hours of concentration are something you are not capable of or interested in doing.
See it if you want to see something really sick and way out there. It really is a must see, not that it is really very good. It has a really good set.
Don't see it if an absurd concept of a world minus women, mixed in with "religion" , would not interest you
See it if you want a glimpse back in time about a small town with a connection to the legendary James Dean
Don't see it if you are easily confused and can't follow the dialogue closely that takes place in a simple but realistic set