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See it if you like the two actors, Renee Fleming and Ben Wishaw who are terrific even if the production is the epitome of strange.
Don't see it if you like a linear narrative with unambiguous themes and language.
See it if you like Arthur Miller's timeless take on relationships, work, life...our place in the world.
Don't see it if you want light-hearted entertainment. There are funny moments but the subject is serious and important.
See it if if you like family dramas and for the strong cast, humor and grace in the challenging subject of aging and dementia.
Don't see it if you prefer musicals, comedy and light fare.
See it if you enjoy immersion in different cultures, quiet stories, people connecting in unlikely circumstances, lovely music.
Don't see it if you prefer "big" bright musicals.
See it if you like participation theatre & nonlinear storytelling. Best if you are familiar with Macbeth & able to move rapidly with cast & like dance
Don't see it if you like reality theatre, are unwilling to be immersed/confused, are offended by nudity or do not like dance. Must be mobile.
See it if you like Carrie Mulligan (it is all about her) and appreciate thought-provoking, challenging theatre.
Don't see it if you prefer lighter fare, musicals or comedy. Though moments of this show are funny, it is tragedy not comedy.
See it if You love classical music, are curious about the life and story of Tchaikovsky, and enjoy salon-like theatrical experiences
Don't see it if You prefer action-filled drama or do not like chamber music
See it if you like theatre that makes you think, a timely revival of a classic, and a fresh take on casting and staging.
Don't see it if you prefer light fare, and literal presentations of classics.
See it if You liked the original play or film...to see a familiar and yet a nuanced interpretation of Eliza. The music has never sounded better.
Don't see it if You prefer drama or do not like period musicals.
See it if you like theatre that poses tough questions and makes you examine your own values,
Don't see it if prefer musicals, comedy, light entertainment.
Also Direction is very good. Young actor is talented.
See it if you like theatre about contemporary issues, that makes you think.
Don't see it if you prefer big, flashy productions or light comedy. There are funny moments, but it is no comedy.
See it if You like drama about adolescents, group/ team dynamics, ensemble acting.
Don't see it if Your prefer comedy or musicals, or have no interest in examining adolescent issues
See it if You like good acting and family drama dealing with subjects such as death, politics, and sibling relationships.
Don't see it if You prefer literal stories and don't like allegories or Peter Pan.
See it if You like experimental theatre and don't mind if it doesn't actually "work"
Don't see it if You have little patience for bizarre staging/interpretation or really prefer "pure" Arthur Miller.
See it if You love Marisa Tomei and are willing to examine traditions surrounding marriage, love, family and relationships.
Don't see it if If you can't tolerate explicit language, sex and nudity on stage. Not appropriate for children under 13.
See it if you appreciate challenging material, poetic language, unusual staging.
Don't see it if you prefer linear narrative theatre, don't like Steve Earle or require comfortable seating.
See it if you like history and philosophy with relevance to our current world and political situation.
Don't see it if you do not like provocative theatre that makes you think or prefer light-hearted comedy.
See it if you are interested in the integrity of our free press, like well-told true stories with lessons/relevance to our life and politics today.
Don't see it if you don't like British imports, have no interest in the media and prefer light-hearted entertainment.
See it if You love Shakespeare and want to see an authentic yet new take on Lear; challenging theatre that resonates with current politics/times.
Don't see it if You prefer lighthearted fare, Shakespeare's comedies, or traditional presentations of the Bard.
See it if you like theatre that addresses current issues while not being weighed down...raises questions in a funny, sympathetic way.
Don't see it if if you prefer comedy to be light, unprovocative. Wrestles with religion and LGBTQI issues....with a Southern twist.
See it if You appreciate great writing and acting, immersive and thought-provoking theatre....especially if you loved the movie.
Don't see it if You prefer musicals, comedies or avoid social political theatre.
See it if you like provocative theatre on challenging issues with spiritual and existential questions. Features deaf actors/ASL at center of drama.
Don't see it if you prefer light comedy and musicals. Or do not like family drama with characters who are gay, addicts, disabled, spiritual.
See it if you like theatre that deals with challenging social issues such as race and gender inequality.
Don't see it if you don't like "audience participation", long plays or instant replays.
See it if You love Shakespeare, serious drama, and timeless themes of love, jealousy, gender and race.
Don't see it if If you prefer musicals, comedy or simple stories...or do not like iambic pentameter.
See it if you like Greek tragedy set in contemporary times, dark, thought-provoking theatre that will challenge you
Don't see it if prefer comedy, musicals or light entertainment. This production has rough language and themes.
See it if you like to be challenged by provocative, activist theatre about key issues of our time.
Don't see it if you do not like monologues, Eve Ensler or are squeamish about body/health topics.
See it if You appreciate Mark Rylance and great acting; love historical dramas; want to both learn and be entertained by theatre.
Don't see it if You prefer comedies, musicals (there is music but this is not a "musical"), or prefer contemporary dramas.
See it if You like ensemble casts, simple but innovative set/production, dramas dealing with important questions/issues of our times, .
Don't see it if If you prefer light-hearted escapism, do not like an anti-hero as the lead character or the world of finance.
See it if For brilliant acting by entire cast led by L Linney and C Nixon. Written 1939, set in 1900, relevant in 2017: gender, class, race, power.
Don't see it if If you don't like provocative theatre about the social issues that transcend time.
See it if Love Ibsen, want to know what happened to Nora after she left, appreciate excellent acting. Even if you've never seen Doll's House.
Don't see it if You don't have sense of humor
See it if you like August Wilson...this is his first play in the Pittsburgh series but never before on Broadway. Excellent ensemble acting.
Don't see it if like light-hearted, fantasy theatre rather than true-to-life dramas.