See it if You’re an older gay man or If you have an understanding and appreciation of gay camp humor. It’s a well done gay genre piece.
Don't see it if You don’t understand camp or know Marlene Dietrich, Mae West, Bette Davis or the great old melodramas. You might not get the humor.
See it if You are a fan of Edgar Oliver. Once you see him perform you will never forget him.
Don't see it if You wouldn’t enjoy a show that’s a little bit gothic, a little bit rock and roll!
See it if You enjoy a one person show that’s relevant to class differences among current African Americans.
Don't see it if You want a big show. It’s a small play on a way too big of a stage.
See it if You want (and should) support the important Harlem Repertory Theater.
Don't see it if You you want the usual big production, big cast, flashy and showy Sweet Charity to which you are accustomed.
See it if You want to see a play that is beyond challenging.
Don't see it if You get confused by a complex plot. My friends liked it and understood it. I had not a clue what they were ranting and raving about.
See it if You are interested learning about how difficult gay life is in Kosovo. Or a play that must be shocking beyond belief in Kosovo.
Don't see it if You have difficulty sitting in a cramped folding chair for 70 minutes. dont mind a play requiring subtitles, angry songs, too bright light
See it if You want an absorbing drama about a relevant issue.
Don't see it if You are confused about the working systems of computers. The story is good. However, the computer talk was impossible and boring.
See it if You are a fan of the old studio movies or if you are just a film buff.
Don't see it if You have no interest in learning about the rivalry between Judy Garland and Deanna Durban. Who doesn’t? No one I care to know!
See it if You are from Australia because you will understand the humor and support a fellow Australian in her attempt to perform in New York.
Don't see it if You aren’t from Australia.
See it if You want a huge musical with lavish sets and costumes.
Don't see it if You don’t like a show with so much going on in so many places you don’t know what to look at.
See it if Smart little show that’s relevant to New York City and the desire to make a go in the acting profession.
Don't see it if Fire alarm interrupted a couple of times. Difficult to believe the two leads could fall in love. The best friends of the lead are charming.
See it if You want an enlightening, absorbing and moving evening of theater. Superb.
Don't see it if You might be shocked by the realities of life in jail. Actually being shocked would enhance your enjoyment of the play.
See it if You want (and should) support the vital Harlem Repertory Theater.
Don't see it if You expect a big, showy, lavishly produced Charity.
See it if You want to be totally blown away by the most amazing puppet and special effects in Broadway history. Dazzling.
Don't see it if No reason on earth to not see it. Except, of course, the expense. Actually, I don’t care how much it costs you.
See it if You are interested in the complexities of being gay in a Chinese American family.
Don't see it if If you’re not interested in family acceptance of a gay son.
See it if You want to learn about the delvopment of black theater and have an interest in learning about Leroy Jones.
Don't see it if You can’t concentrate on listening to complex dialog
See it if You enjoy looking at a beautiful boy in his white briefs and very brief nudity. If you like a really unique theater experience.
Don't see it if You don’t like intimate theater experience and don’t see it you are expecting a fun naughty evening.
See it if You you admire Orson Wells and have an interest in the business of show business.
Don't see it if you don’t know the importance of Orson Wells in Hollywood history.