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See it if seeing a classic story told in an updated new way is appealing. Surprised by the low scores of other reviews.
Don't see it if you want a classic to be told in the original way.
See it if you love history and seeing a behind the scenes look at the times of LBJ's presidency interest you.
Don't see it if History bores you or you are uncomfortable with violence.
See it if you are looking for serious, thought-provoking, well-written drama. Mary Louise Parker is terrific!
Don't see it if Wordy dramas that leave you wondering about the story.
See it if dissecting interracial couples issues is appealing.
Don't see it if You are expecting a serious, thought-provoking work on race and race relations. Or if you are offended by sex & nudity.
See it if you have interest in the Constitution and examining it closer with a refreshing perspective.
Don't see it if the thought of discussing the Constitution bores you.
See it if You are interested in how the media got to where it is today.
Don't see it if British accents are too tough for your ears, as you will miss much of the dialogue.
See it if Bryan Cranston is a master of his craft, with Tony Goldwyn as a bonus. Tatiana Maslany and the rest of the cast are terrific too. Riveting
Don't see it if You're not interested in a look at the news industry and the blind faith that people put into what they see/hear presented as facts.
See it if you enjoy British humor and want to simply enjoy without thinking too much.
Don't see it if you have difficulty with accents or want to see something serious and thought provoking.
See it if you want to see a master performance by a gifted actress and you can handle the realities of dementia.
Don't see it if Dementia hits too close to home and is too uncomfortable for you to confront in the theater.
See it if want to see a terrific cast sing and dance their way through this revival.
Don't see it if You want some depth to the story. Very thin, dated plot.
See it if The show's leads are outstanding, the production is staged beautifully and the story is interesting.
Don't see it if You are offended by nudity or men kissing. Definitely an adult show.
See it if It's a fresh light-hearted take on reflecting on our lives through quirky, stereotypical characters.
Don't see it if Can't handle the thought of death, especially of teens.
See it if freestyle rap of the PG variety is appealing. And you are not looking for any kind of storyline. This is true improv.
Don't see it if You are seeking a written show with a storyline and a plot.
See it if you want to see a show with an incredibly talented creative team. The acting, singing, dancing, music and choreography were Broadway caliber
Don't see it if you don't enjoy musical theater with contemporary music.
See it if you enjoy a classic style play with linear plot and fantastic ensemble. As my friend said, "It's a real play" in the traditional sense.
Don't see it if You have difficulty with accents or are unable for any reason to sit through a 3+ hour show.
See it if you want a show that's both funny and moving. Michael Urie is perfect at both making us laugh and making us feel. Mercedes Ruehl rules!
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with gay themes or prefer serious plays without a dose of laughter.
See it if you are interested in examining race and race relations from every aspect black/white, white/white, black/black, husband/wife, male/female..
Don't see it if serious, thought-provoking shows make you uncomfortable or if you do not wish to examine race relations.
See it if you love Shakespeare and especially Hamlet, as the show dissects both in great detail. Acting is terrific and set is great.
Don't see it if Shakespeare is not your thing. It's very wordy and slow moving, esp in the 1st act and if you aren't a big fan, it's tiring.
See it if you want to see a talented ensemble of actors play a range of gay characters and dissect gay lives.
Don't see it if You are homophobic or uncomfortable with gays, or if you do not like dark comedies.
See it if Great ensemble cast with well developed characters and a solid jazz score. Painted an engaging scene of a specific era.
Don't see it if You don't like August Wilson's playwriting style.
See it if you enjoy current, relevant, engaging theater. We went with our young adult sons who loved it as much as we did.
Don't see it if can't handle a noisy production or have no clue about social media.