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See it if If you are a huge Chekhov fan, especially if you haven't seen this play performed in some time.
Don't see it if The pacing in the first half was a bit slow or you're looking for a fresh take.
See it if If you haven't seen The Seagull in a long time and really want to.
Don't see it if An indulgent staging that feels like they wanted to make it a musical but just couldn't make the leap.
See it if Fine acting, especially between the two leads. As to the writing, I mean, it's Sam Shepard.
Don't see it if The play is intense and there's a plot twist at the end that might bother some.
See it if You want to see a show with actors jumping seamlessly between their characters and the characters they play in the stories in the play.
Don't see it if You're a non-Spanish speaker and don't want to deal with a small amount of dialogue being in Spanish.
See it if Chekhov is, well, Chekhov. This was a capably executed rendition.
Don't see it if You have a problem with theater-in-the-round as there will be times when some actors have their backs to you.
See it if Good acting by Rideout and Zdrojeski and clever use of a small environment.
Don't see it if People who object to euthanasia or who are touchy on religious subjects may not enjoy the show.
See it if You like a generally well-acted and mostly faithful representation of a classic Greek tragedy.
Don't see it if Have accessibility issues as the theater is upstairs and there's no elevator.
See it if You like well-acted intense drama by the playwright who wrote Doubt.
Don't see it if The two scenes are in different parts of the building--a problem if mobility is an issue.
See it if A well-acted play that rose to the challenged of being performed on a park blacktop. The trims in the play were mostly well-chosen.
Don't see it if You need every word of a Shakespeare play performed or have a problem with female actors in parts such as Prince Edward and Richmond.
See it if An engaging and smart play with well-written, well-portrayed characters that deals with the aftermath of military service.
Don't see it if Any aversion to fight scenes as there is one.
See it if You like energetic acting by a cast that clearly enjoyed what they were doing and clever wordplay.
Don't see it if You have a low tolerance for wordplay that is occasionally too cutesey.
See it if A fine production with a particularly good Johnstone, Harrow and Page.
Don't see it if You have a problem with Shakespeare being done with modern trappings.
Also I received a comp ticket pursuant to a ShowScore program.
See it if A well-acted production with an intense but not overdone Medea.
Don't see it if It has a violent plot even if the violence takes place off-stage. Fazal was great as Medea but is perhaps a bit young for the part?
See it if Intelligent play about children in the wake of war--set in the aftermath of the Russian Civil War
Don't see it if Some stage combat and violence involved.
See it if Well-delineated characters with good chemistry. Some genuine good moments of interaction.
Don't see it if Perhaps over-evocative of Waiting for Godot. Sometimes got lost in its own mysteriousness.
See it if A funny show which focuses on non-verbal interactions which are well-staged and acted.
Don't see it if There is one scene involving one character's total nudity.
See it if Marital breakdown, aburdist-style writing
Don't see it if Sometimes the approach worked, sometimes it seemed posed and got in the way of connecting with the emotional landscape.
See it if It had good acting and there was a convincing chemistry.
Don't see it if The backstory of the quartet's history and relationships was somewhat contrived.
See it if Decent acting and the music and dancing were well-executed.
Don't see it if The music and dancing were gratuitous and distracting.