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See it if You enjoy superbly structured plays about difficult subjects.
Don't see it if Graphic discussion of the topic at hand is too much for you
See it if You don’t value your time
Don't see it if If you prefer shows with richly drawn characters. Cliches abound and we get an immitation of edginess instead of the real thing.
See it if You want to be wowed with magic. This guy fooled Penn and Teller, and there's a reason why.
Don't see it if You want a show with artful banter. While the magic is great, the inbetween moments are awkward and often make the show drag.
See it if You like to be shaken out of your comfort zone. The beginning is super awkward but by the end you’ll understand why
Don't see it if You like more conventional theater and don’t like to be made uncomfortable
See it if You like light comedies that make you think a little too. It’s a clever concept with pretty good follow through.
Don't see it if You’re bothered by silly jokes or plays that are good but with some flaws. The dialogue towards the end could use a little work.
See it if You want your notions of relationships challenged and enjoy smart and original writing.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of stories about unconventional relationships.
See it if You can tolerate a play that’s pretty didactic with clunky exposition-filled dialogue. It ultimately yields some substance to wrestle with.
Don't see it if You don’t have the patience to wade through a clumsily constructed work full of rants to get to its poignant core.
See it if You like off-beat shows with heart. It might actually be better than the movie it’s based on.
Don't see it if You want traditional Broadway songs and a fast-moving plot.
See it if you'd like to take a nap for 50 mins
Don't see it if you'd prefer a show that engages the audience through character development and not a series of cluttered monologues.
See it if you like timely bioplay dramas.
Don't see it if you're bothered by dialogue that can be too slick for its own good and fall into cliches. not Akhtar's best play by far but an engaging work
See it if you like witty plays in the vein of Noel Coward but updated with modern political issues and open marriage
Don't see it if you're not a fan of love triangles.
See it if you have an adventurous spirit and want to see Macbeth in a new light.
Don't see it if you're not into exploring. to get the most out of the show, you really need to participate and race after actors when you see them.
See it if You want to see a smart and funny feminist take on the most classic of vampire tales.
Don't see it if You don’t like stories about vampires and female empowerment or prefer your classics untouched.
See it if You like shows where the actors shout a lot and encourage you to shout.
Don't see it if that sounds really abrasive because it is. The actor's give it their all though.
See it if See it if you like savage absurd satires that deal with topical issues
Don't see it if you’re not a fan of modern absurd theater
See it if You want to be shaken outside your comfort zone by a truly original new play about the cyclical nature of poverty and oppression.
Don't see it if You prefer your theater staid and unchallenging.
See it if You want to be disappointed. Site-specific shows when done right are powerfully immersive, this feels forced at best and grueling at worst.
Don't see it if You want to see a thoughtful examination of how genocide affects a nation.
See it if You like unconventional love stories told in a (mostly) conventional way
Don't see it if If you can’t appreciate how groundbreaking the show was when it came out in 1979 even if it feels a bit stale now. Music is also overused.
See it if You enjoy imperfect musicals with a lot of heart. Think modern Fiddler on the Roof meets a first draft of The Great Comet.
Don't see it if You're bothered dramaturgical imperfections. There are many moments where the show sags, but Ben Caplan is an ingratiating guide.
See it if you enjoy meaningless drivel. Walsh's characters too often talk at the audience instead of interacting with each other.
Don't see it if you want to feel something. It's equal parts abrasive and boring.
See it if You like to see characters who usually aren’t respresented on stage. It’s sentimental around the edges with a profound and funny core.
Don't see it if You’re bothered by writing that’s a little too tidy on occasion.
See it if you like uneasy stories of humanity and the potential for redemption.
Don't see it if the subject matter of sexual abuse is too intense for you.
See it if You like your musicals dark and witty. This is one of Kander and Ebb’s best shows and its savage commentary on our justice system: spot on.
Don't see it if You don’t think murder can be funny.
See it if You remember the movie fondly. This production manages to translate all the magical moments seamlessly onto the stage.
Don't see it if You never like crowd-pleasing musicals. This is the kind of kids show that’s smart enough for adults but it’s not Sweeney.
See it if you want proof that musicals can be as dark and absorbing as plays.
Don't see it if you prefer musicals with a traditional melodic structure.
See it if Believe the hype. This is one of the best musicals in the last decade.
Don't see it if Really the high ticket prices are the only reason not to see this.
See it if You love theater that gives you profound chills. This Sweeney is scary good!
Don't see it if you are easily shaken and like your entertainment more tame.