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See it if you want a fast, funny satire about typecasting in Hollywood 1930's and a look back decades later.
Don't see it if Can't really think of a reason not to see it. You may like one act more than the other but it's still well worth your time.
See it if you're interested in a Stephen Belber play about the life of a woman told in non-linear fashion. The three actors are all wonderful.
Don't see it if You don't like non-linear plays or actors playing multiple roles.
See it if you're interested in a moving play about an unusual Pentecostal sect filled with offbeat characters. A blend of comedy and drama.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a play about a strange Pentecostal sect
See it if a show dealing with the significance and impact of the constitution with stories about the 15 year-old author and her ancestors appeals.
Don't see it if you don't like one-person shows (it's mainly the delightful Heidi Schreck) or want a more traditional play .
See it if An interesting, unusual play with music about women resistance fighters in WWII is of interest
Don't see it if You're not interested in the topic.
Also Sometimes the words are almost inaudible which can lead to confusion
See it if you're interested in a Yiddish version of fiddler. Poignant, simply but effectively staged with good acting, singing and choreography.
Don't see it if You don't want to read titles for 3 hours. But there is really no reason not to see this wonderful production.
See it if an obscure French farce adapted by the wonderful David Ives into a silly but often witty play done completely in rhyme appeals
Don't see it if you don't like farce or rhyme
See it if you'd like to see a wonderful performance by a deaf actress--a newcomer
Don't see it if you've seen the original and don't want to be disappointed.
See it if a 3 hour 3 act play spanning 90 years told in a non-linear fashion with good acting and interesting story lines is appealing.
Don't see it if 3 hours is too long and you don't want to concentrate in order to put the pieces of the puzzle together.
See it if a clever, well-acted and sung musical based on Shakespeare's Measure for Measure is for you. No knowledge of the Shakespeare play required.
Don't see it if You're not interested in a very fun production.
See it if You'd like to see a well-acted, well-staged play about a depressing subject.
Don't see it if A play about a very ill child would be too upsetting.
See it if the first stage adaptation of a Maugham novel by a wonderful ensemble with terrific staging appeals.
Don't see it if a long play with much sadness is not for you.
See it if a laugh out loud slapstick farce by the wonderful Red Bull Company with Michael Urie appeals to you.
Don't see it if Farce and slapstick are not for you.
See it if a haunting, fascinating, sometimes confusing, dystopian Enda Walsh play might be for you. Choreography and acting are wonderful.
Don't see it if A more straight-forward play is for you. I have preferred Walsh's other plays more.
See it if a fascinating, riveting play based on actual events appeals to you. It should win awards.
Don't see it if you're not interested in a 3 hour political play.
See it if you want to see a wow of a production of O' Neill's play.
Don't see it if O'Neill's expressionistic plays are not for you. But it's really worth it just for the incredible staging in an incredible venue.
See it if you're interested in an expressionistic O'Neill play with good staging, acting, choreography.
Don't see it if you think your memories of this production, also by the Irish Rep, starring John Douglas Thompson could interfere with your enjoyment.
See it if you're interested in a satirical, whimsical play about the power to survive. One family does this through the ages--ice, flood, war.
Don't see it if you don't like farce, burlesque and breaking the fourth wall.
See it if you're interested in the examination of the life of a successful artist, his relationships and experiences from young man to present day.
Don't see it if you don't want a play that jumps back and forth in time in a bare-bones production in a tiny theater.
See it if you're interested in a play that deals with everyday worries and post-apocalyptic possibilities but is quite funny.
Don't see it if a 50 minute play about the above is not your cup of tea.
See it if a brutal, toxic forerunner to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf appeals. Often funny. Well acted and staged.
Don't see it if a play with bitter fighting and sitting for almost 2 hours with no intermission is too much.
See it if you're interested in a good chamber music concert--wonderful Rhapsody in Blue.
Don't see it if you're expecting a good one-man show with music. The book is poor and the actor frequently inaudible.
See it if you're a fan of the wonderful A.R. Gurney and might like a trio of his one-act plays--not all of the same quality. Well-staged and acted.
Don't see it if you don't like Gurney or one-act plays. But you should go anyway to see the play following intermission--The Love Course.
See it if A modern, amusing take on a Chekhov story is appealing
Don't see it if You don't like modern adaptations and don't feel like laughing. It's really quite funny and mostly well-acted
See it if you want to see a show in progress with some decent bluegrass music
Don't see it if you want a finished product with a good story. It's more about the author/songwriter/performer than about Indian Joe.
See it if you're interested in a parody or riff on Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and are familiar with the play and with Tennessee Williams
Don't see it if You're not familiar with the above.
See it if a heartfelt musical performed by a large, young cast and small band that takes place during three different time periods appeals.
Don't see it if You want a play that lets you more easily understand the connections between the three stories.
See it if you want to see a good cast including Hayley Mills in a play that is not as fluffy as it first appears.
Don't see it if you'd like an even deeper treatment of some serious issues.
See it if you like the Bengsons or if you want to get to know them. More an affecting folk-rock concert than a play. Good singing and staging.
Don't see it if you want a traditional musical and are not interested in a mostly sung-through story about love and mortality.
See it if a delightful, non-traditional take on Shakespeare's play would appeal. Wonderful cast--especially Andre De Shields and Hannah Cabell.
Don't see it if you want a more traditional production.
See it if you'd like to see maybe the best of Stoppard's plays. Not as good as the Broadway production a few years ago but still worth seeing.
Don't see it if A talky, long play that makes you think is not for you.
See it if a play about the immigrant experience that is well-acted and at times moving appeals to you.
Don't see it if a frequently superficial, much like a TV sit com, is not for you. Most people seem to love this play.
See it if a witty, hilarious and moving play about Stein, Toklas and the famous people they knew appeals to you.
Don't see it if The above doesn't interest you. But you might like it anyway--it's so clever and funny.
See it if an updated production of a Thackeray satire appeals. Good acting and staging.
Don't see it if an almost 3 hour play is too long. At times it's too hectic and at others it drags a bit. It's not as good as Sense Sensibility.
See it if a different type of musical appeals to you. Just two performers, good music and interesting story.
Don't see it if a small musical with most music played on an electric violin doesn't appeal.
See it if you like plays by Stephen Adly Guirgis. This deals with serious subjects but is frequently very funny. Some wonderful acting but some not.
Don't see it if Sitting on uncomfortable chairs for 3 hours is not for you.
See it if a dark comedy with a mix of lurid Gothic situations and fanciful interactions appeals to you.
Don't see it if you want a straightforward telling of a story.
See it if you're interested in seeing a different approach to a classic play. Sally Field is wonderful.
Don't see it if a minimalist setting and no intermission is not for you.
See it if you're interested in a play very much in the development stages. Hard to see what will ever be made of it. But the staging is good.
Don't see it if Over two hours, no intermission, of quite a mess is of interest to you. If you must see a Debate Society production wait a couple of weeks.
See it if You're interested in a witty, satirical production of Saki's short stories. It made me want to read his work.
Don't see it if Really no reason not to see it. You don't have to be familiar with Saki's work to enjoy it.