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See it if you like political figures brought to life on stage. Don't let the one-person show structure discourage you, the staging is excellent.
Don't see it if you don't like speculation about real-life history or one-person shows.
See it if You like political allegories.
Don't see it if bare sets turn you off.
See it if you don't mind virtually plotless abstract, impressionistic self-indulgence set to tolerable music
Don't see it if you like staged performance to have an absorbing plot or a compelling message
See it if you liked Disgraced and think it missed addressing a few issues
Don't see it if you don't care about race, class or gender issues addressed in gripping, realistic, human situations
See it if you are a Spanish speaker and are not familiar with this rare classical comedy
Don't see it if you need subtitles; they're available in some performances but erratic.
See it if You don't know anything about these historical figures.
Don't see it if You expect to see a coherent combination of drama and ideas, not just two disjointed half-baked halves trying to make a "full-length" play.
See it if you want to see live theater actors give dated movie performances for no apparent reason
Don't see it if you expect a subtextual reason for an obscure forgotten movie to be revived on stage
See it if you love intellectual, moral, ethical issues being dealt in a direct way
Don't see it if you'd like to escape the current political climate
See it if you haven't seen As You Like It recently. Great performances.
Don't see it if you expect the refugee angle to give new relevance to the piece other than the contemporary setting and the background of the performers.
See it if you study acting and are in monolog class
Don't see it if you like theater. Kept asking myself why this story (an otherwise good movie script/novel) had to be staged... and have all that music!
See it if you like to discover obscurer Williams plays and missed recent productions of this one.
Don't see it if it's been a hot few days. The production turns the A/C off and hands out fans and water.
See it if Sleep No More's voyeuristic and overpriced thrillshop disappointed you but you still believe immersive theatre is possible.
Don't see it if you are not willing to leave your comfort zone for a second.