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See it if you are a fan of Droege, who is simply amazing at changing characters so quickly. I felt I was really at Doug's b-day party-I had fun.
Don't see it if you don't like one-person shows; or gay characterizations; this has plenty. While cliched, we all have seen these guys at parties.
Also Happy Birthday, Doug-Here's to many more!
See it if you love this wonderful cast who are wasted in this piece. There are a few laugh-out-loud moments, though not enough. Needs editing.
Don't see it if you are expecting Michael Urie at his best-he overacts. Or, if you are expecting a hard-hitting look at marriage. Why the sex scenes?
Also Expected more; got less.
See it if You are a true foodie. The acting by all 4 is amazing-better than good. The set is a wonder; and the story compelling.
Don't see it if you can only get seats in the first two rows-it is impossible to see the food prep and display afterwards. Disappointing for sure.
See it if you loved the movie; though the book doesn't reflect much in the relationships. Never mind, the production soars anyway. Tonys coming!
Don't see it if you can't enjoy song mash-ups; or want an original score. The book is indeed weak, but who cares-the sets/costumes/choreography are great!
See it if you are a fan of literary references throughout; and enjoy having actors speak as though they are writing. A fan of MLP, she is amazing.
Don't see it if you wish to sit through monologues, tho impressive work by the actors, but feels like having a book read to you. I prefer to read alone.
See it if you want to see two fine actors tell heartfelt stories. Sturridge broke my heart; Gyllenhaal kept me laughing in spite of myself. See it.
Don't see it if you don't like monologues; having a story told to you. If you need a large cast interacting-this isn't it.
Also Some reviewers found the set too spare; I thought it was perfect.
See it if you were a fan of The Temptations. You love great singing; and the choreography is a must-see even if not always in sync.
Don't see it if you never liked The Temptations. Are expecting elaborate sets; btw, elaborate sets aren't needed. Give it a try, you might like it.
See it if you want to hear a great cast sing great songs with interesting lyrics-also great choreography. The show is very timely; bring it back!
Don't see it if you need grand sets and lots of hoopla. I can't think of a good reason NOT to see it; except that it closed!
See it if you are a Sarandon fan; she is super. Great supporting cast as well. I have no quarrel with the acting; kept my interest due to the actors
Don't see it if you can't deal with a narcissistic lead character. Or, if you have trouble with accents. It's not bad; just not great.
See it if you want to see Chris Dwan before he becomes the next Broadway star. He is simply wonderful. Farah Alvin makes the most of her part. Fun!
Don't see it if you need a glorious score; big sets, orchestra. You want updated humor; or a laugh riot, it's amusing, though most of the audience roared.
See it if you want to see ALL actors equally talented-This is an ENSEMBLE cast. Santino is amazing singing with 2 different voices-Fun time for sure.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of David Yazbeck's music-the lyrics are funny, the music banal. Or, if zany characters annoy you. Still fun though.
See it if Bryan Cranston is the only reason to see the show. He will win the Tony; he is stunningly great. It is relevant in how news broadcasts work
Don't see it if you want to see more than a one-man show; it belongs to Cranston. But, the rest is somewhat boring. The sex scene offensive.
See it if you MUST see anything featuring Nathan Lane. If you don't mind flatulence, gross humor. Actors are fine with a bad script.
Don't see it if synchronized penis' and body fluids are your thing. I can think of no other reason to see it. A few laughs, though not enough to see it.
Also Had possibilities-never came to fruition.
See it if In a nutshell, great actors/singers in search of a musical. This is not the one. The score is boring-so much talent wasted.
Don't see it if a musical about pedophilia seems interesting; it isn't.
See it if despite an implausible plot, there is some fine acting here; and worthy of seeing just for that. An issue worth exploring-didn't work here.
Don't see it if you expect a well-written plot; sadly it is missing. Could have been great in another playwright's hands perhaps?
See it if you wish to be entertained by wonderful singer/performers. They are full-blown; the book however is slow. The music OK. Enjoyable enough.
Don't see it if you need a big musical production=set/costumes. You expect an intriguing story line; memorable songs-not here.
See it if You want to see the puppet; kudos to the puppeteers-marvelous job. The sets stand out-Tony worthy. I liked the choreography/dancers.
Don't see it if you expect a compelling story/score. The score is not memorable though Ms. Pitti sings wonderfully. The puppeteers are visible thru-out.
See it if The actors are splendid; the material just doesn't do them justice. Jones' part is underwritten; Radcliffe and Cannavale get the good lines
Don't see it if you expect a conclusion. You'll have to decide for yourself. If a 3-character play is not your ticket. Or, if you expect elaborate sets.
See it if you want to see a well-staged version of TKAM. Don't expect to see Peck's Atticus though. Keenan-Bolger is a wonder. Extremely well-acted!
Don't see it if you can't help thinking of Peck's movie performance; or believe adults shouldn't play child roles. If you expect an exact replica of TKAM.
See it if you care at all about Broadway and it's Gypsies. You want a timeless musical with compelling music/lyrics. Don't miss it if it returns.
Don't see it if you are not interested in the back stories/auditions/rehearsals of a chorus line. Or, if you need huge sets and costumes.
See it if you want great acting, both actors are excellent. However, I expected to learn more about the 60's South, not a couple's personal troubles.
Don't see it if If you liked Sugar In Our Wounds and expected something as good. Two character plays are not for you. Hope the 3rd of the trilogy is good.
See it if you must see every T.Williams play.Great acting though. Too bad the story line is not compelling.
Don't see it if you expect to see a wonderful TW play. This is too long and too repetitive. Agreed, Lichty speaks so softly as to be barely audible.
See it if you want to see two actors play many roles wonderfully; they are good. But it is not enough for a full evening of theatre. Wanted to love.
Don't see it if you prefer a full cast, not 2 actors playing multiple roles, no matter how good they are.
See it if you want a funny take on women trying to find their way at this time. The acting from all is well-worth it; the material is good, not great
Don't see it if the word pussy is offensive; it's used repeatedly in this production. I felt Betty #4's part was under-written. If Lesbian themes frighten.
See it if you like great singing; interesting lyrics; good ensemble cast. You are able to look at serious illness with humor. Agree should play as is.
Don't see it if perhaps if you or someone close is dealing with Cancer. Not sure I can recommend to someone like that, though I bought the CD to give.
See it if you want to hear how mothers can impact children's lives, and not for the good. You want to commiserate with and admire the actress.
Don't see it if you can't bear to see someone's mostly miserable life unfold in front of you. This story is well-told with humor. But it is still sad.
See it if you have believed all the hype; and think it can't be missed-it can. Agree with reviews calling it a soap opera. Gratuitous sex.
Don't see it if you only want to say you saw it. I only cared about one character; and the play has many. I have no interest in seeing part 2.
See it if you want to discover Danyel Fulton, she has a great voice. The book is weak, we need more feeling of the time. Could have been better.
Don't see it if you need elaborate sets; or if you need more than 2 characters. You expect to learn something from the time of the Freedom Riders, not much
See it if you want a quick tutorial on life within Rikers Island prison as seen by a white boy of privilege. Keep an eye out for Conner Stewart-GREAT
Don't see it if you can't climb many old stairs; and want a pristine venue. Some found the characters stereotypical; I didn't. I found the story compelling
See it if you are intrigued by the hypothesis offered here: it is an interesting concept. Makes you think; and has some really fine acting.
Don't see it if nudity and simulated sexual acts offend you. You can't sit for more than 2 hours without a loo break.
See it if you want to see all featured actors sing amazingly-best cast of singers I have seen. Andrew Polec is a show-stopper. This is a rock concert
Don't see it if you don't like the music; and the hand-held camera is annoying-ditch it. The story is lame; but the music-glorious; the singing incredible.
See it if you love the score; and like music with a country twang. Ali Stoker is worth the tkt, as is Peddler-Brill. It is an interesting take-maybe
Don't see it if you want the original; this is much darker; and the dream sequence is excrutiating-what was the point? Wanted to enjoy it more.
See it if you enjoy improv-this cast has it down pat. They are all charming/talented/funny/clever. It's a great way to escape turmoil these days.
Don't see it if you find improv silly. This is nothing more than a fun evening of clever improv-so skip it if you aren't prepared to laugh. The cast-super
See it if you love Arthur Miller. Tracy Letts is superb, as are Bening and Walker. If you enjoy a relevant-to-our times, drama.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of blind-casting; it seemed unnecessary as it took place in the "forties". The character of Ann had nothing to do really.
See it if you are a fan of the actors-all 3 are good, but the book-not believable. Driver overpowers Russell, and Uranowitz gets the good lines.
Don't see it if you expect a believable story or expect Keri Russell to shine. One can't see why she is attracted to "Pale". His part is funny-not sexy.
See it if you have never heard Hammerstein before; this might possibly introduce you. Holograms used might be of interest.
Don't see it if you appreciate Hammerstein's music-agreed, it is a vanity project. This is not a musical and the female lead is indeed, wooden. Don't go.
See it if you find the Clintons interesting. And a drama that could purport to tell truths behind the scenes of the 2008 presidential race. Absorbing
Don't see it if you aren't interested in political drama even though it might hold some truths. You want a musical/elaborate sets.
See it if you want a beautifully written/acted piece of theatre. You will be on the edge of your seat throughout. The story is compelling-See it!
Don't see it if you have difficulty with Irish accents. Or, you can't sit for 3 hours-15 minutes.
Also Brian D'Arcy James is not just a musical performer-he can ACT!
See it if you love Cher! Stephanie J Block blows you over, Spector is good too. And Mackie gowns of course. Choreography stunning.
Don't see it if you are expecting more than a jukebox musical; and the 3 Cher personas are irritating-Stephanie J Block is all you needed.
Also It's a good night's entertainment.
See it if you enjoy beautiful music with great singing. Cusack has glorious pipes; Davis is compelling-PLUS Randy Rainbow! though he doesn't sing. ):
Don't see it if you aren't fond of dated material and corny jokes. Or, if you want a big set, and a compelling story. Enjoy listening to the music instead
Also The choreography is marvelous-simply wonderful.
See it if you enjoy a charming/funny/delightful musical on a small scale. Joey does indeed steal the show as Vittorio. It's just what is needed now.
Don't see it if you need a lavish set/costumes. Silly you, they are not needed.
See it if You lean toward Blue State humor. Can be bitingly funny; yet has it's serious side: our Founding Fathers; and Constitution. Separate States?
Don't see it if You lean more toward Red State humor. You are a Constitution and Founding Fathers expert. Aw shucks, go see it anyway. He is funny.
See it if you want to hear some great singing, some clever lyrics and see a perfect cast. This is not for children however. The story needs work.
Don't see it if you are offended by the f-word; or making fun of religion. You expect a warm/fuzzy Christmas story, though its buried within.
See it if you want to hear the glorious voices of Clay and Ruben; they harmonize beautifully. If they would just sing w/o the attempt at humor-great
Don't see it if you want a well-written, tightly directed show. The humor is beyond sophomoric; it is too long by 20 min. I wanted to love it; I didn't.
See it if you want to laugh continuously; it is a hoot. Casey Nicholaw is a GENIUS. He doesn't miss a beat-literally. All voices are splendid! LOVED
Don't see it if the LBGT themes offend you. Also, there is vulgar language; but it's the way people speak these days. The secondary love story doesn't work
See it if you enjoy cabaret; as that is what this is, not a big musical. The actors are charmingly talented; they captivate. A wonderful 90 minutes.
Don't see it if gay romance is a turn-off; though this is a universal love story. If you expect big production numbers, grand sets. Not here.
See it if you want some laughs as well as a good plot. The acting is super; and one doesn't need to know anything about snooker to enjoy this show.
Don't see it if vile language offends you, there is plenty of it here; not for kids.
See it if you want to see a great ensemble cast acting their hearts out. The dialogue seemed realistic; and there were lots of laughs-and dancing!
Don't see it if the loud music beforehand will turn you off; or if you must see shows with all issues resolved by the end. You expect a compelling story.
See it if you want an interesting take on a strange life. Good ensemble cast-and quite funny. I really enjoyed it.
Don't see it if you want a big stage production; and a likeable lead character. But, you would be missing a fun time with a super cast!
See it if you want a laugh-filled one-woman show about an interesting life. The visuals add a lot to the charming Renee Taylor's reminiscences. Fun!
Don't see it if "old" Hollywood is of no interest; and you wish to see a play-this is a memoir.