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See it if You enjoy fresh takes on classic source material and are ready to accept Amber Gray as your lord and savior.
Don't see it if You didn't like Great Comet or similar shows in that vein.
See it if You're a die-hard Isabelle Huppert fan, or if you enjoy weird surrealism that leaves you off-balance.
Don't see it if You want a linear narrative and don't enjoy intense depictions of mental illness.
See it if You want to be taken VERY far out of your comfort zone. You like weird, dark, raunchy conceptual theatre.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy crass gallows humor or want a traditional narrative.
See it if You want to see a truly remarkable production that manages to do justice to the classic novel while still holding it's own in 2018.
Don't see it if You are an absolute purist when it comes to TKAM or book-to-play adaptations in general.
See it if You enjoy memory plays or shows with realistic portrayals of mostly-functional loving families (i.e. The Humans)
Don't see it if You're sensitive to issues relating to aging and Alzheimer's.
See it if You want to see something that's just pure silly, warm-hearted fun.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy silly, fluffy jukebox musicals, or you don't want to see a show with overt LGBTQ themes.
See it if You want to see a riveting production of a surprisingly timeless show.
Don't see it if You cannot sit through a long show (with both parts it's 7.5+ hours total) and dislike stories with intense themes (AIDS, addiction, etc)
See it if You enjoy community theater-style productions and modern adaptations of Greek tragedies.
Don't see it if You need a fast-paced show or are looking for something truly resonant.
See it if You're feeling burned out on all of the big money commercial shows playing right now and want to see something refreshingly original.
Don't see it if You're impatient or want something big and showy.
See it if You enjoy a kind of Marx brothers-style slapstick humor, or you enjoy small-scale community theatre-style productions.
Don't see it if You're a Shakespeare purist or want a larger scale production.
See it if You're looking for something that's going to take you outside of your theatrical comfort zone.
Don't see it if You're looking for a traditional opera/play, or if you need a linear narrative in order to enjoy a show.
See it if You like John Doyle's work and/or enjoy Shakespeare's comedies being done well.
Don't see it if You're looking for a lot of Ellen Burstyn. She's great, but is in a fairly minor role and doesn't have a ton of stage time.
See it if You like great acting and seeing works by new playwrights. Or if you like modern takes on classic stories.
Don't see it if You're an Ibsen purist. This is less of an actual sequel to the play and more of a modern rumination on the issues it raised.
See it if You like earnest portrayals of real life issues that don't shy away from the ugly side of things.
Don't see it if The topic of disability makes you uncomfortable, or you don't enjoy realist theatre.
See it if You like semi-surreal experimental theatre and/or Dave Malloy's shows (particularly Ghost Quartet).
Don't see it if You don't like a capella, or if you don't have much of a grasp on internet culture.
See it if You enjoy Shakespeare tragedies handled by actors who have a clear understanding of the language & nuance of the shows.
Don't see it if You can't deal with 2-hour first acts or are sensitive to strobe lights/loud sound effects.
See it if You're interested in the Clintons and their historical legacy, and/or if you like thoughtful political commentary.
Don't see it if You didn't like A Doll's House Part 2. Structurally and writing-wise, they're very similar shows.
See it if You want to see a truly original immersive play by one of the best new up-and-coming playwrights.
Don't see it if You don't like absurdism/surrealism and/or don't like shows that break the fourth wall.
See it if You're looking for something overall light and fun, but still touching and relevant. Or you want to see Beth Leavel belt her face off.
Don't see it if You're looking for something deeply profound or serious.
See it if You really loved the movie but wish it was an hour longer while maintaining exactly she same dialogue.
Don't see it if You're looking for a clever show that in some way improves upon/expands its source material.
See it if You want to see a surprisingly timely play that explores gender politics in the theatre world, and/or you love Janet McTeer.
Don't see it if You don't like shows with a feminist message, or you don't like longer straight plays with an intermission.
See it if You enjoy cabaret-style immersive shows shows and/or learning about lesser-known queer historical figures.
Don't see it if You don't like actors physically interacting with the audience.
See it if You are a die-hard fan of Jeremy Irons, or Lesley Manville. Or if you enjoy half-hour long monologues that go in circles.
Don't see it if The idea of sitting through a four-hour play is in any way daunting, or if you want to see a show with substance and purpose.
See it if You want to see something different, a tragic but ultimately heartwarming portrayal of autism told with a quirky nonlinear style.
Don't see it if You're uncomfortable with portrayals of autism or are bothered by flashing lights/loud sounds.
See it if You're a fan of any/all of these actresses and enjoy both realist dramas and surrealist dramedies.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy dark humor or don't want to see a long-ish show with no intermission (run time is 1hr 45 minutes).
See it if You're a John Lithgow fan, or if you're kind of bummed out about the world right now and would like John Lithgow to read you a bedtime story
Don't see it if You don't like one-man shows, or you want something flashy and exciting.
See it if You enjoy flashy and creative stage trickery (so many "how did they do that?!" moments), raunchy humor, and/or Tim Minchin.
Don't see it if You like minimalism, don't like raunchy humor, or don't enjoy pop/rock musicals.
See it if You enjoy tense classic dramas (Streetcar, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) and/or seeing well-loved actresses give the performances of a lifetime.
Don't see it if You don't like a three-act play structure, or if you don't enjoy an antihero(ine) narrative where evil triumphs over good.