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See it if you're interested in stories concerning millennial thoughts and problems, enjoy Jack Thorne, and can find nuggets of gold in a messy play.
Don't see it if you want perfection, are easily set off by problematic race interactions between characters, detest experimentation in movement.
See it if plays that experiment with time and structure, and possess great language.
Don't see it if you're interested in seeing a traditional piece of theatre. All elements are good, but the play is a big self-indulgent and pretentious.
See it if you care about democracy, women's stories and women's rights, how law operates to protect (or not protect the persons in the US)
Don't see it if Just see it. It's important, timely, funny, and smartly put together. Schreck gives us interesting facts, debates, and hope for the future.
See it if You enjoy complex, multi-layered, multi-media work. Part film, part performance, this piece will challenge and exhaust you.
Don't see it if You hate reading subtitles, aren’t open to new experiences, can’t be bothered to work as an audience member.
See it if You're interested in clever, period pieces which transcend time. If you like feminist driven, smart & funny work. Also, fantastic direction.
Don't see it if You don't like new plays or plays about women, or excellent dialogue.
See it if You love Churchill and want to see a profound production with good actors that is designed and direction to perfection.
Don't see it if You don’t want to challenged by an exciting and smart play.
See it if A refugee parallel to A Doll’s House exploring differences of American individualism vs Middle Eastern community/culture sounds good.
Don't see it if If you don’t want to piece together big ideas about what this is about. This is a bold play that feels slightly unfinished.
See it if If you love Chekhov and Richard Nelson.
Don't see it if if you don't love Chekhov and Richard Nelson.
See it if You love comedic musicals that explore queer themes and characters, the music of the Go-Gos, farcical language and situations, & general FUN
Don't see it if you're a stick in the mud.
See it if Love Tennessee Williams, the cast, and Sam Gold. None of them will let you down.
Don't see it if You're a complete purist and not open to new ideas/interpretations of the play.