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See it if you want to see big stars on stage, but don't want to be challenged with credible drama
Don't see it if you're expecting any of the impact of the original production or the movie. This one hasn't aged well.
See it if you have no quality filter and just want to have fabulousness wash over you
Don't see it if you care about things like carefully crafted lyrics, meaningful music, and a logical libretto
See it if you want to see a show that builds and builds and finally overwhelms you with the quiet power of human connection
Don't see it if you expect musicals to be big and splashy. This one is subtle and exquisite.
See it if you're looking for nothing more than a bunch of really silly laughs, pratfalls, and set pieces
Don't see it if you want the comedy to sustain itself through every bit
See it if you want to see an outstanding cast kick butt in a play that's compelling 90% of the way through
Don't see it if you want a resolution that's as sharp as the setup
See it if you want to see Danny DeVito steal the show, or just be in the same room as Mark Ruffalo
Don't see it if you like a little action with your drama. This one is talky...
See it if you want to be entirely consumed by a rich and engrossing theatrical experience
Don't see it if you're not particularly interested in the future of musical theater
See it if you want to see a gripping play, ripped from the headlines, and a bang-up cast
Don't see it if you expect anything remotely resembling subtlety or nuance
See it if you want to see four top-notch performers attempt to raise the temperature of a listless production
Don't see it if you're looking for searing drama. This one's a bit tepid.
See it if you want to see a great American play finely wrought by a master director and a fiercely attuned cast
Don't see it if you expect action or flash. This one is all about people and ideas.
See it if you want to see a uniformly outstanding cast breath vibrant life into an American classic
Don't see it if you can't sit still for four hours. This sucker is loooooooooong.
See it if you want to see Stoppard at his most obtuse and playful.
Don't see it if you're not familiar with The Importance of Being Earnest. It kinda spoils the fun if you're not.
See it if you're interested in fluid staging and powerful subject matter, but don't mind the play's catch-all approach to history
Don't see it if you're expecting something light or something unified
See it if you're looking to just turn off your quality filter and laugh
Don't see it if you're looking for a tuneful score, well-crafted lyrics, and the charm of the original film
See it if you love vocal histrionics, don't mind cliched predictable stories, or just want to see great performers in sub-par material.
Don't see it if you're looking for depth, clever lyrics, or characters you actually care about.
See it if you loved War Horse (another play with great production values but a thin, banal script)
Don't see it if you want something beyond an ordinary family melodrama with spectacular staging