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See it if You love having fun with your Shakespeare along with drinking, audience interaction, random silliness.
Don't see it if You prefer the standard way of seeing Shakespeare from a distance and don't want to be part of the show.
See it if You want to see the extraordinary talents of Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase, and some wonderful dancers in a Broadway classic.
Don't see it if You don't want to see this politically correct version. Also, some of the choreography is too ambitious for a couple of the actors.
See it if You get a free ticket and have seen literally everything else on Broadway. Some of these performers are just phoning it in.
Don't see it if You want to be entertained with the magic that you expect from a Broadway show. This show needs to retire. It's lost its magic.
See it if You enjoy clever staging & non-traditional casting of this Shakespeare classic. Caesar & Brutus are women, which is so compelling.
Don't see it if You don't like surprises in your Shakespeare. Switching up the gender roles is just one fascinating change done with this show.
See it if You're a huge fan of Tyne and Tim Daly. Their acting is better than the writing and directing they're given here.
Don't see it if You want nuance, originality, or a storyline that doesn't remind you of an after-school special for adults.
See it if You love Janet McTeer because you will see her at her brilliant best.
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare or strong women because you will get plenty of both.
See it if You want to escape into a fun musical with excellent singers, some naughty laughs, and the most intense lounge singer you've ever seen.
Don't see it if You're expecting something other than what the title says. It's literally the plot with some romance and rivalry thrown in for good measure.
See it if You like watching very talented actors and musicians who make the Bard's pastural comedy even more fun and engaging.
Don't see it if You don't like all-female casts. (Although this show may change your mind!)
See it if You want to see Shakespeare's play done exactly the way you would expect it to be done with the traditional costumes, set, and good acting.
Don't see it if You like classics done with new ideas or with some risks taken.
See it if You're a hard core anti-Stratfordian.
Don't see it if You know any facts about Shakespeare. This play is not fact-based, and spins unfunny jokes on uneducated ideas about 16th century events.
See it if You enjoy cleverness mixed with a bit of history and a lot of talent.
Don't see it if You've never read or seen The Importance of Being Earnest. Many, many references to it, which a lot of the comedy is based on.
See it if You want to see a good actress and musician do their best with a difficult script and childrens theatre-style direction.
Don't see it if You already know about Shakespeare's life. This play blends poetic license into some facts.