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See it if You have the slightest interest in environmental or immersive theatre and it’s roots. You enjoy absurd, surrealist plays.
Don't see it if You’re bored by history. This show is rich with it, and if you don’t have an appreciation for its past, it will likely be lost on you.
See it if You’re interested in looking past the political divide in America to see what issues we are facing on an intensely personal level.
Don't see it if You’re looking for escape. This play will haunt you in the best way.
See it if you need catharsis with your frustration with the internet, peoples “opinions” as facts, and over the top political correctness
Don't see it if you’re not interested in spending the cash or don’t care to see a static set, dialogue heavy play.
See it if You’re a mindless Christian who is impressed easily by simple recitation of biblical text and loves a good “hallelujah” moment.
Don't see it if Christianity is a trigger for you. White men with dreadlocks trigger you. You like godspell and are expecting something similar.
See it if You like thrill rides. This play is wacky, satirical, unadulterated fun. It also doesn’t care if there’s a clear message. It’s about fun.
Don't see it if You are epileptic. It is quite literally dizzying, and contains a full scene with intense strobes. But if you like the thrill, jump in.
See it if You have an abundance of patience for that aunt who takes too long to tell a story at Thanksgiving, because that’s what this play feels like
Don't see it if You’re expecting high-caliber playwriting. This production was sorely disappointing in its irrelevance to an otherwise stellar PH season.
See it if you want to see the most important “American” play ever written
Don't see it if you are trying to hide from yourself or the conversations around race and American identity that are necessary to our time.
See it if you’re a queer POC or care for queer POC and the future of queer POC
Don't see it if you’re the white lady who sat next to me and said “I gotta get out of here.” Snowflakes are gonna melt in here.
See it if You are even the slightest bit curious as to Glenda Jackson’s performance. It is an incredible feat for her.
Don't see it if You expect typical broadway-fare. Sam Gold’s direction employs veteran actors alongside newbies. This ultimately works for the shows purpose
See it if you’re a fan of the horror/thriller genre that pushes its characters past their breaking point, and then some.
Don't see it if You have a fear of enclosed spaces, bodily fluids/blood, or anxiety from an impending nuclear war.