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See it if You are interested in diving into Memphis culture and being immersed into another world; you like parlor-style dramas with twists.
Don't see it if You want something bigger and broader; you want plays that push the boundaries of dramatic structure.
See it if You enjoy stories with many characters; plot threads that interact and overlap as it all moves forward; and intense social relevancy.
Don't see it if You will be confused by modern language and slang, or want small plays about a small group of people.
See it if You are a '90s kid and enjoy off-the-wall humor with intentionally low production values handled with aplomb.
Don't see it if You are looking for a deep, straight play; wacky self-referential humor doesn't appeal to you; you won't get '90s references.
See it if You enjoy deep, ambitious explorations of life and qualities of life, and will enjoy a sprawling plot spanning long periods of time.
Don't see it if You absolutely don't like long shows; gay themes are not OK for you; you have a lot of trouble keeping track of sprawling stories.
See it if You enjoy slightly weird theater that plays around with form and expectations.
Don't see it if You want something highly professional, polished, or deep. This is best seen as a fine but not amazing piece doing something weird.
See it if You enjoy serious dramas with deep implied meaning. You are interested in how systemic oppression can ricochet into personal lives.
Don't see it if You want a comedy or something light. You want plot over character drama. You don't like looking for themes in the play.
See it if You enjoy a virtuosic group of 20+ actors bouncing off each other in interesting, deep ways, all grounded in Ireland's history.
Don't see it if You have trouble when many things are happening on stage, or with accents. Straight, serious plays aren't your thing.
See it if You enjoy science, weirdness, ambition, and total wackiness... and you have a tolerance for missteps.
Don't see it if Getting all the moments right really matters to you, and you need strong internal consistency. You don't want something weird.
See it if You enjoy excellent dialogue, and like to see numerous strong characters bounce off each other as you gain a window into their lives.
Don't see it if You need a single central character to identify with or you need all of the plot threads to wrap up.
See it if You enjoy a well-crafted, traditional drama with excellent acting, well-drawn characters, and important resonances with society today.
Don't see it if A longer play (that is willing to take its time), or a traditional dramatic structure, does not agree with you.
See it if you enjoy clever writing, history (especially the American revolution), and pointed societal commentary.
Don't see it if you will be put off by a very heavy-handed perspective, you dislike endings with weird stuff out of nowhere, or you're averse to overwriting
See it if You want an intimate, cerebral, open-ended exploration of a historical period in America.
Don't see it if You need an intricate plot, you mind a history lesson with an agenda, or you mind a show that's heavy on theatricality and clever dialogue.
See it if You want to be challenged by an interesting premise and get deeply invested in the characters.
Don't see it if You want a "light, fluffy, happy show," or if you mind a bit of exaggerated theatricality.
See it if You like interesting stories of other cultures/history, are interested in family dynamics or the Khmer Rouge, and like lively performances.
Don't see it if You mind a predictable plot, you have trouble following complicated moves in time/space, or you are sensitive to loud things.
See it if You are interested in the history of NYC; how marginalized groups can be led to conflict; or you enjoy outstanding acting and staging.
Don't see it if A clear story line is important to your enjoyment, rather than reflections from many perspectives.
See it if You enjoy historical tales of impressive people, like strongly drawn and powerful female characters, or are interested in women in science.
Don't see it if You need a lot of plot movement; you are picky about overall show structure; you need stakes beyond the internal life of the characters.
See it if You would enjoy extremely impressive acting diving into the mind, connections, and disconnections of a young woman who committed suicide.
Don't see it if That would be triggering; you want a clearer plot; you need more of a clear message or deeper tie together at the end.
See it if You like plays that ask deep questions without providing all the answers and confronting hard issues, in particular race in America, head-on
Don't see it if You're looking for something fun or simple. You want clear, easy, happy endings. You're unwilling to engage with some justified anger.
See it if You enjoy biting satire. You find reflections about the complexity of race in America compelling. You enjoy watching a clever, crazy scene.
Don't see it if You don't like comedy with a serious edge. Inventive theatrical styles (with time jumping) annoy you.
See it if You like layered, compelling, broad-strokes stories where characters journey through difficult situations.
Don't see it if Your attention easily wanders when the pace slows, or you need to dive into the details of each character step.
See it if You really enjoy fantasy/sci-fi and don't mind a relatively slow, talky piece that never quite lands.
Don't see it if You're sensitive to constant exposition and one-dimensional characters that never break out or change; constant cliche dialogue bothers you.
See it if You are really interested in Lewis (especially) and Tolkien and would enjoy a somewhat exposion-y moment in their lives.
Don't see it if You want especially witty or clever dialogue, or more than putting things they're known to have said into their mouths.
See it if you enjoy really taking something in. Told in a series of still dioramas, each one deserves contemplation.
Don't see it if you want a fast-moving plot, sharp dialogue, or extended scenes. Each scene and even the characters are lightly sketched.
See it if you care about race, enjoy dirty humor, and funny impressions verging on caricatures (but, at least, usually, punching up).
Don't see it if you don't like direct, modern, dirty humor, are going to be upset by over-broad stereotypes, or need your main character to feel competent.
See it if you enjoy really good acting and good dialogue, and you like something a bit abstract that makes you think.
Don't see it if you mind a show with some exaggerated twists to make its point, you need a lot of motion in your plot, or you mind long monologues.