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See it if You're interested in seeing a "forgotten" chapter of history brought to life in a moving, sparely-staged and powerfully acted revival.
Don't see it if You don't like intimate theater spaces, or have no patience for long (almost 3 hours) plays.
See it if You appreciate outstanding acting and discovering a piece from long ago that reveals universal truths about human nature.
Don't see it if You don't have the patience for a long show (almost 3 hrs.) or don't like small theater spaces.
See it if You want a conscience-stirring theatrical experience. Beautiful staging. Exquisitely acted.
Don't see it if You don't have patience for shows that dramaturgically are clearly a product of a specific time - however timeless the themes.
Also Praise to Metropolitan for reviving this challenging work.
See it if You enjoy lovingly-resurrected classics from another era. You appreciate thoughtful staging, witty dialogue, and acting with nuance & heart.
Don't see it if You prefer Broadway spectacles. Metropolitan is for those who can appreciate the magic of creative stagecraft executed on a limited budget.
See it if You'd appreciate surprisingly timeless social commentary, witty wordplay, and unabashedly goofy slapstick enacted by a lively cast.
Don't see it if You don't have the patience for a 2.5hr+ running time. You don't like small venues. You find 1890s vernacular confusing.
See it if You enjoy revivals of forgotten American classics. You're a fan of top-notch ensemble acting, thoughtful staging, and gorgeous period garb.
Don't see it if You don't have the patience for lengthy (almost 3hrs) plays with a lot of dialogue, or if you don't like small theatre spaces.
See it if You're a fan of Tina Howe and her often surreal yet deeply felt probings into the human experience.
Don't see it if You don't like magic realism. You find jumping back and forth between worlds via short scenes confusing or jarring.