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See it if you like period pieces, want to learn an interesting theory about time, see several good performances, and clever staging.
Don't see it if you are hoping for a truly outstanding drama, as it never hits that mark; aren't prepared to be disappointed in McGovern
See it if You are interested in a new take on the story of diplomat/Asian lover, want to see some outstanding performances.
Don't see it if You are expecting a true revival of M. Butterfly. This is a rewrite, with completely different staging, less mystique, more hard realism.
See it if You are a fan of all things Austen and especially enjoy her wit, and are willing to sample Hamill taking that to a new dimension.
Don't see it if You don't want any tampering with Pride and Prejudice, because tampered it is
See it if You'd like to know exactly what did happen to the characters after the end of Ibsen's play. Wonderful performances by all actors.
Don't see it if You might be offended by tampering with his classic work
See it if You love musicals (that is, any musical) or the Murray movie of same name.
Don't see it if You want something extraordinary. Didn't feel chemistry between leads. Second act improves on first. Much more interested in lead/story.
See it if You are unfamiliar with the film with Bette Davis, a production which captured the pathos of the book and deep sinister nature of some.
Don't see it if You want to witness audiences laughing inappropriately or you can be patient until Richard Thomas is on stage bringing much needed gravitas.
See it if You are a Kevin Kline fan; he does a credible job, very watchable along with rest of cast. A decent Noel Coward play, if not his best.
Don't see it if You are hoping for the wittiest of Coward's work.
See it if you appreciate Patti Lupone's outstanding vocal cords; want to learn more about these 2 amazing women. Great costumes, especially Helena.
Don't see it if You are hoping for a sterling musical. Somehow it just doesn't hit the high mark.
See it if for no other reason than Nathan Lane. He's yet again outstanding. A great play, not executed in the best way this time around, though.
Don't see it if You would be upset by the disappointing performances of the other 'leads".
See it if You enjoy classic, dialogue intense, dramas. See it for Janet McTeer's great performance.
Don't see it if You are offended by the subject matter.
See it if You enjoy plays that encourage introspection, even when it makes you uncomfortable.
Don't see it if Introspection makes you uncomfortable.
See it if You enjoy master craftsman writing, provocative themes - in general, good theater.
Don't see it if Social-political themes offend or bore you.
See it if You absolutely want to see the lovely Diane Lane in a live performance.
Don't see it if Your cherish your high opinion of Joel Grey.
See it if You love the old standards and are a die-hard musicals fan.
Don't see it if Our are looking for a breakout, riveting musical production.
See it if Riveting story with great acting by musicians who sing wonderfully Creative and effective staging in small space. Thoughtfully directed.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy musicals or historical topics
See it if you want to be uplifted, want to reflect on very positive demonstrations of humanity at a time when the world was shaken by tragedy
Don't see it if any reminder of 9/11 is too uncomfortable
See it if You want to see a great ensemble piece on some tough topics- death and dying, the good and not so good things about family
Don't see it if It's somewhat slow pace will find you drifting off.
See it if You could never see enough productions of Hamlet. See it for Isaac's outstanding performance in intimate setting.
Don't see it if You can only abide classic Elizabethan productions of Shakespeare.
See it if You want a masterfully staged play about historical events. Serious topic infused with humor. Several outstanding performances.
Don't see it if Intense, dialogue-heavy shows bore you, or you are uninterested in recent past history of Middle East negotiations.
See it if You don't want to miss a chance to witness the fabulous Harvey Fierstein perform, & appreciate profound topics cloaked in humor.
Don't see it if Homosexual themes offend you.
See it if You are at 'a certain age'; the message will have the most meaning for you; see it if you enjoy thought provoking drama.
Don't see it if You are disturbed by themes of mid life crises, potential infedility.
See it if You want to see a play written by the talented Wallace Shawn. Strange play, not wholly enjoyable, but clearly unique. Many famous faces.
Don't see it if absurdist plays (which is the genre I'd like it to) aren't your thing.
See it if You enjoy classic Broadway musicals, Sutton Foster's irrepressible energy and her high quality, seemingly effortless, singing and dancing.
Don't see it if You must have a full production company to enjoy a musical. This is done with spare cast and minimal set, but Ms. Foster makes it large.
See it if You enjoy highly clever takes on a seemingly clichéd subjects, musicals, unique staging, good songwriting.
Don't see it if You might find the dark humor off-putting.
See it if You can withstand the poor direction, Weisz' wanting performance, and sometimes poor set design, for great secondary performances
Don't see it if You have little patience for long, often confusing, story line. In has been done much better in the hands of others.
See it if You enjoy creative staging,though I'm not sure how much it adds to the show other than making it more of a spectacle. Josh Groban very good.
Don't see it if You prefer more substance over form.
See it if You love Carol King's music and want to learn how she started her career, and love well told stories.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals.