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See it if You're looking for something funny, surprising, thoughtful, and unusual. Wonderful play wonderfully done!
Don't see it if You want to see something pretentious and overrated the critics love, that will make you miserable.
See it if Your heart strings are easily tugged, I guess. Or you like the songs, I guess. Or already think this is up to its hype.
Don't see it if You're the kind of person who often finds the highly hyped disappointing. Or prefers authentic, truly dark material.
See it if You want to see everything by Lynn Nottage. You're patient and can forgive the first act. It gets a lot better in act two.
Don't see it if You only want to see great plays.
See it if You want to be taken on a wonderful Broadway well-told old-school amazingly acted/staged ride. Sorkin gets it done.
Don't see it if You're looking for something subtle, intellectually challenging or groundbreaking. Or if you're offended Sorkin switched protagonists.
See it if You a smart play with a real story, and big questions about the past and the present, with the most amazing actors, in an intimate setting
Don't see it if You're looking for trendy, ironic, postmodern, lightweight, the ubiquitous (ciritically praised) style over substance. This is a real play.
See it if You can tolerate the parts that are a hot mess, to get to the exquisite beauty that comes when you least expect it.
Don't see it if You in any way want to see a well made play. You aren't patient. If you don't like the chaos of a writer's mind.
See it if You want a GREAT NY fun experience. A celebration during some tough times.
Don't see it if You want a traditional version of the play. This is not that.
See it if You want to see a brilliant, powerful, timely play that will leave devastated, yet hopeful for the theatre.
Don't see it if You want a light entertainment, or you can't handle a challenge.
See it if You like amazing singing, acting, staging. Intimate and astounding.
Don't see it if You need spectacle, hate opera, or can't see this in its historical perspective.
See it if You want to see a modern high school based Richard III with a cartoony sensibility and a GREAT dance piece in it.
Don't see it if You prefer more depth and heart.
See it if Hard to think of a reason. You agree with the NY Times? Or think they have good taste?
Don't see it if You want to go to a well thought out play that doesn't fall into trendy inconsistencies.
See it if You think theatre should make you think, feel, and challenge you. And if you like AMAZING acting. And directing. This is the REAL DEAL!
Don't see it if You prefer mindless entertainment.
See it if You love these wonderful actors. And are taken by the idea of the "concept."
Don't see it if You are hoping for something with particular/specific resonance/meaning.
See it if You want a light, fun Las Vegas kind of entertainment. Expertly executed.
Don't see it if You are looking for something with meaning or depth. Or if you're over 50. He doesn't include anyone over 50. Go figure on the agesim.
See it if You like stunning writing, stunning acting, and stunning staging. With meaning and heart. Don't miss it. Brilliant.
Don't see it if You like to be entertained without having to think. Or you insist on a conventionally plotted structure.
See it if You have an intense interest in British newspapers, and/or think British plays are inherently of value.
Don't see it if You think MTC should have avoided this slick, expensive production in favor of a good play, by an American playwright.
See it if You want to see a near perfect NY night in the park.
Don't see it if No reason. You don't like the stupid policy of giving the Public your email, the slowing of the line by showing a Patron ID number.
See it if You want to see the amazing Glenda Jackson, Elizabeth Marvel, and Jayne Houdyshell.
Don't see it if You want to see a cohesive, well thought out, emotionally engaging King Lear. This one's confused, irritating, pretentious and ice cold.
See it if You want a great family show. I only wish the women were allowed to tumble, juggle like men. And wear real clothes like the men.
Don't see it if You think women performers should be allowed to do more than "women" acts: bending, spinning, etc. in skimpy outfits. Equality? It is 2019.
See it if You want to see something that confirms the worst about the Irish, sees women only in relation to men, and has a yuck violent end.
Don't see it if You like plays that depict women as having any agency. And think the Irish are more than just drunk, violent, foul mouthed.
See it if You want to see a play that, I guess, was cutting edge, once? As a piece of history? The actors were wonderful. The production tries hard.
Don't see it if You're hoping to be wowed.
See it if You want to have the chance to see the AMAZING GLORIOUS Elaine May! All the actors are wonderful.
Don't see it if For any other reason.
See it if You like INTIMATE theatre, Chekhov, Richard Nelson, and/or the acting mega talents of Jay O. Sanders and Jon deVries.
Don't see it if You need plot, spectacle, are impatient, OR won't wear the hearing device. It is, sadly, impossible to hear most of the actors otherwise.
See it if You want to have a great NY Delacorte fun time! A celebration of love and life and art during some very dark days.
Don't see it if You like your Shakespeare traditional. This is so not that.
See it if You want to see an amazing company of actors. The acting was stellar!
Don't see it if You're looking for an amazing play. This was a minor experiment. NO idea what the last scene was about. NO IDEA. Frustrating!
See it if You like a well made play with political content that touches on love, family, sexism, class: with wit and panache. Great acting.
Don't see it if You want to see something experimental, edgy, fast paced, or ironic/hip/meta/etc..
See it if You like extraordinary, resonant language, superb, acting and directing, and a topic yet to be explored onstage. Don't miss this.
Don't see it if You want to be merely entertained. This is a glorious challenge in the best possible way.
See it if You want a funny, accessible primer on modern LQBTQetc love & marriage amongst the urban rich.
Don't see it if You need characters or a plot to make complete sense... You want something profound. Or you don't care for cute/coy storytelling.
See it if You like plays that challenge and acting and directing that hit perfection. The play is astute and cruel and heart breaking.
Don't see it if You want a light entertainment to smile through.
See it if You like ensemble created work that explores character and family dynamics related to autism.
Don't see it if You prefer conventional theatre or plays with plot or the clarity of a singular writer's voice.