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See it if You're ok with not really being sure what's going. The play needs time to establish things and warm up.
Don't see it if You don't like anything experimental.
See it if you really love Amy Schumer. She shines in this/
Don't see it if you've seen Oh Hello or One Man, 2 Guvnors which were both way way way way way way way funnier.
See it if you like a fun show with good music. Very straight-forward with stereotypical characters though the actors that played them were very good.
Don't see it if you're worried it might be too cheesy or straight-forward. It's both.
See it if you love great plays that are funny and profound at the same time!
Don't see it if I can't think of anyone that wouldn't like this play. Perfect blend of comedy and drama.
See it if you want a solidly written drama that makes you think about the implications of wanting more out of life. The acting is also top notch.
Don't see it if you have to see cheesy musicals with pop songs or must have young actors in order to enjoy something.
See it if you love thorough productions and acting that captures your attention. You enjoy commentqry on the workplace.
Don't see it if I think everybody should see this wonderful unique play. It's so rare that gems like this come along.
See it if You're intetested in femimism or movements in general. It really examines the societal issues behind equality and change.
Don't see it if You haven't read or seen A Doll's House or you don't like intellectual theater.
See it if you enjoy site-specfic theater. It's unique and gives a realistic flavor to it.
Don't see it if Yoh lime cheesy musicals in a comfortable theater.
See it if you want to see a light but very good play. It has musical elements without being a musical. Really refreshing and a nice change.
Don't see it if you only like very serious plays. This play is deceptive because it feels fluffy but the acting and the feelings have a lot of truth.
Also The cast is amazing!
See it if you enjoy a good modern Shakespeare. Lots of glaur and the speeches are soooo good. The star that plays the titke role is a total revelation
Don't see it if you scare easy. Lots of loud noises and chaos.
See it if you enjoy cliched Shakespeare references and cliched music and dance numbers. Unoriginal and proud of itself.
Don't see it if no one should see this. Walked out at intermission but heard there were dancing omelets. What a piece of dreck. So boring and a waste.
See it if you enjoy modern plays about the American Experience of today.
Don't see it if this play might be a little difficult if you're not a seasoned theater-goer or don't follow current events.
See it if you love a brilliant show with lots of depth and history. Great voices and brilliant staging too.
Don't see it if you're only expecting a series of old songs. It's much more than that.
See it if you're interested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict or history in general. It was so riveting and really made me want to learn more.
Don't see it if you don't like long plays. It is long but worth it.
See it if You like seeing plays on topics you don't always get to see. As a New Yorker, it's interesting to get exposure to something out of your zone
Don't see it if I think people should challenge themselves and see the work.
See it if everyone should see a one-man show from John Leguizamo. This one is both entertaining and educational (and I mean that in a good way).
Don't see it if I don't have an answer for this. Go see it.
See it if you really like good ensemble work.
Don't see it if you haven't seen a lot of theater. I think it's harder to appreciate without a few plays under your belt.
See it if you like musicals that are different and feel like they add something to the conversation.
Don't see it if you really really hate musicals because it is one and it's very good.
See it if you're interested in the idea of music or the arts as a tool to treat mental health issues.
Don't see it if you're a little tired of self-reflexivity in theater. I just feel like I've seen Rylance in better plays. The role is a little "too for him"
See it if You enjoy theatrical experiences that are once in a lifetime.
Don't see it if Go see it. You can tell your frandkids about it. Such a cool experience and Bobby Canavale was born for this role.
See it if You enjoy solid performances and a fun over-the-top experience.
Don't see it if you don't like interactive theater.
See it if you enjoy theater that breaks the rules and makes you think. You have to be open-minded. Also interesting insight into theater history.
Don't see it if you're looking for a traditional narrative.
See it if you like a simple, straightforward story. Beautiful sets.
Don't see it if you're a seasoned theater-goer. There's not much too it and it's too bad that such talented actors wrre not given more absorbing material.
See it if you want to see an absorbing play about the disease of racism.
Don't see it if if you've seen other good plays in this vain, it's not a super must. At times it feels slow and doesn't really pick up til last 30 minutes.
See it if you like comedy and a clever musical.
Don't see it if you are expecting an absolute masterpiece. We saw it early in the run and found it over-hyped.
See it if you enjoy a more fluffy musical.
Don't see it if you are expecting an interesting lead. While the Bill Porter/Wayne Brady role is great, the bland white guy is so boring to watch!
See it if you love the Lion King.
Don't see it if you expect your life to change. I think my expectations were too high in a way. It wasn't as life changing as I expected.
See it if you love watching a brilliant transform into different characters before your eyes.
Don't see it if I can't think of a reason not to see this.
See it if you live the diversity of New York theater, you enjoy great acting, and a great production.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy thinking.