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See it if You have the patience for new writers trying to use every possible new technology to tell a story. Great lighting design.
Don't see it if You want clarity, coherence and purpose thematically and dramatically. Not a great start to the season of a company we admire
See it if Loved it all. haven't seen it for many years (this was probably my third time but the last one was at least a decade ago).
Don't see it if Over-amplification drives you nuts. It REALLY needs to be toned down. We were in the front Mezz and it was too loud for us.
See it if You are a Stoppard fan, like great actors and exceptionally smart staging
Don't see it if You are afraid of being emotionally disturbed by the content that has far too much relevance to what is happening today politically
See it if You think anything that concerns James Baldwin is important and it is.
Don't see it if It was far too superficial considering the importance of the era and the men involved. Lorraine Hansburry was treated like a footonote. o
See it if You want to engage on the topic of who should or shouldn't be an organ donor.
Don't see it if You want a well written, smartly directed play on an important topic. The overuse of the revolving stage was both annoying and unnecessary.
See it if You love Sondheim or even if you only like Sondheim. Just one of his best, cleverest and most amusing and thoughtful.
Don't see it if no reason on earth not to see this show over and over and over again
See it if You are a fan of the author and willing to be intellectually and emotionally manipulated by a challenging story of love and loss.
Don't see it if you expect straight forward, easy to follow "beginning, middle and end" construction and consistency in characterization.
See it if You are a dedicated fan of important Irish writers - especially JM Synge and especially want to see some of his earliet work.
Don't see it if If you have no patience for talented actors who are directed to speak far too loudly (much shouting) and too quickly with heavy accents.
See it if you are patient with good actors in roles that reveal little depth about their backstories or rationale for their commitment to #1 guy
Don't see it if extreme stereotypes about gay men and a sub-culture of same doesn't entertain you. Most loved it and laughed a lot. We didn't. Seen better.
See it if you are a fan of Tracey Letts and want to see his work, his acting and a super cast in a play that allows a range of emotional experience.
Don't see it if no reason not to see it
See it if you are a fan of Manilow, want to hear some good performers do harmonizing, can tolerate impersonations, and can get past the Nazi aspect
Don't see it if You want a well-crafted musical, edited so that songs don't all come off as show stoppers, or are sensitive to the horrors of the Holocaust,
See it if You want to see theatre that engages your heat and brain presenting both historical and contemporary life, with a brilliant cast.
Don't see it if No reason not to see this.
See it if you enjoy excellent and inventive new Irish writers with unusual perspectives on the history and culture of a poetic people
Don't see it if no reason not to see it but it has closed
See it if you enjoy fast-paced, witty dialogue with unpredictable characters and plot development. Lots of unanswered questions that make you think.
Don't see it if you want a simple, easy to interpret story about familiar characters. You have to listen hard and take a few leaps of faith with the plot.
See it if closed but it was a superb production with great acting and a realistic look at life for those who are trying to be citizens,
Don't see it if you are unwilling to open your mind to Dreamers.
See it if you can withstand the truth about how we treat people in situations of power inequities. A tough story based on some too sad realities.
Don't see it if You want fluff. This ain't it.
See it if you want a superb performance of deeply moving and emotionally challenging work. Better than the original production and that was superb.
Don't see it if You want simple, happy endings that imply life and relationships are simple. This one makes you think and feel.
See it if you are a fan of Irish Rep which usually does first rate work or if you want to see good performances by talented actors, poorly directed.
Don't see it if You expect the usual top notch work that Irish Rep normally produces or if you are looking for a clearly written script with insights.
See it if you are willing to sit through a very bad score to see some good performances.
Don't see it if you expect insights into a very important topic instead of being hit in the face with incredibly obvious political statements
See it if You have the patience to sit through a mundane musical just because it is new but also because the performers are worthy of attention.
Don't see it if You expect lyrics and music that will excite you and a story that makes sense of has insight into the characters presented in the story.
See it if for an exceptional actress telling a frightening story from real life, in a presentation style that is totally innovative. heartbreaking.
Don't see it if If real life stories of human cruelty and damaged psyches aren't for you, this will be a challenge.
See it if extremely well written and excellently acted plays with depth, thoughtfulness and emotion are your idea of great theatre. Surprising.
Don't see it if No reason not to see it.
See it if you want new talent (performers, composers, writers, staging), marvelous lyrics on a tough subject, laughs and tears, brave honesty & more.
Don't see it if the reality that death is what we all face is too much for you to deal with - even in this amazingly entertaining format
See it if you want to learn about an important woman who made the Abbey Theatre and Irish drama possible; wonderful cast; lots of fantastic new info
Don't see it if no reason not to see it
See it if you're patient with songs lyrics you can't distinguish, a talented cast in a rather mundane and predictable script, despite critical raves
Don't see it if you are turned off by stereotypes (from any culture) and over amplified music that drowns out articulation of lyrics
See it if a talented cast performing Morisette music with great choreography is enough to satisfy you in an overdone, stereotype heavy show
Don't see it if over amplification that makes it impossible to discern important lyrics drives you nuts; or if multiple, confused story lines is too much
See it if a superb cast in complex roles both that surprise and challenge expectations; surprises throughout in story, staging and relationships.
Don't see it if Some overtly sexual language will make you uncomfortable or if aging out scares you too much.
See it if for a smart, funny, local interpretation of this classic story presented with great performers, music dance, sets and lighting. Wonderful!
Don't see it if I can't think of a single reason not to see this. It's Dickens for our times.
See it if a talented, moving, innovative, beautifully staged and performed musical in an intimate setting, that ISN"T over-amplified is for you.
Don't see it if You expect musicals to be sugar sweet and full of happy endings, pristine language and Broadway fake glitter
See it if you are a fan of great acting, love Raul and want a few good laughs. Strongly written parts for all cast characters, especially Emily (yeah)
Don't see it if You expect a sophisticated or insightful script. Lots of fun but typical Rebeck hovering just on the edge of sit-com. Too much forced angst
See it if a large, diverse, superb cast in beautifully crafted rolls revealing the ugly reality of tragic lives grabs your soul. Tough but true; sad.
Don't see it if overt sexuality, profane language, and the reality of self-destructive and lives we choose to ignore is more than you can tolerate on stage
See it if emotionally demanding and complex work about tough subjects performed and staged brilliantly is your idea of great theatre. worth the effort
Don't see it if you need simple plots to follow and easy solutions to human complexity; some strong language and a heartbreaking ending.
See it if you are a Foote fan, willing to accept an early work beautifully produced, acted and staged. Brave for when it was written and prescient.
Don't see it if you need a happy ending and if some dated stereotypes might bother you. A few costumes anachronisms are annoying.
See it if for a wonderful playwright whose characters are finely drawn in a deeply moving, sad and at times funny story about being loved, or not
Don't see it if some strong language that is overtly sexual and implies emotional and physical violence (against women) will unsettle you
See it if you are an Eno fan and have patience for his indulgent style; excellent actors do well with really tepid material
Don't see it if you expect clarity in storyline, want insight into character casting and interaction. And it is ultimately very depressing.
See it if for excellent one-man show acting, via reportage of racial and religious prejudice that erupted into violence in the 1990s will engage you
Don't see it if racial bias and anti-semitism, however honest, is more than you can tolerate. No intermission and 2 hours long
See it if for actors presenting superbly written and structured playwriting in an emotionally demanding both funny and often heartbreaking story
Don't see it if illness, loneliness, mental illness and death are more than you can cope with
See it if exquisitely crafted playwriting about complex but very real people, superbly acted and staged is your idea of great theatre.
Don't see it if real life challenges - illness, loneliness, death - are more than you can handle as subject matter
See it if you love Lois Smith, brilliant acting all around, challenging character development and some real surprises and plot twists in Part 2
Don't see it if the reality of lost lives will break your heart and listening to Lois Smith come to terms with being the wrong kind of mother will hurt
See it if a verbatim performance piece of an important historical moment is enough to engage you as drama; fine acting and staging
Don't see it if you expect a traditional play with resolution at the end. It is performance art reportage.
See it if well written work about an important woman who inspired and created essential political change interests you; perfectly structured & paced
Don't see it if you think the role should have been performed by a magnificent, talented woman and not a man
See it if you want great theatre - writing, acting, direction, staging, lighting and projection effects. Heartbreaking and funny simultaneously .
Don't see it if nudity, rough language and some quite unlikeable moments will make you uncomfortable (or if you support #45).
See it if you are a dedicated Conor McPherson fan and interested in his early work; enjoy Ciairan O'Reilley's work and fine acting
Don't see it if you expect the usual sophistication of this author's work; can't tolerate too familiar stereotypes and weak storyline that is predictable.
See it if a demanding concept about questioning "reality" in a fading mind presented by brilliant actors (all of them - not just the leads) is for you
Don't see it if loss - of family, awareness, "truth", relationships, personal history - is too disturbing to witness. Deep sadness pervades the play