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See it if you appreciate Dylan's music and you're okay with non-traditional storytelling and like beautiful singing.
Don't see it if you're looking for a "musical." This is a play with music, the music sets a tone, intention, and emotion, but does not further the plot.
See it if You are interested in a challenging conversation about race told using creative theatrical devices
Don't see it if You have firmly held convictions you’re not willing to have challenged and if you dislike non traditional theatrical forma
See it if You like re-imagining of classic Greek work, inventive staging, or foreign language theater.
Don't see it if You want something with a more linear narrative or stronger plot.
See it if You like intellectual, clever plays, classic Stoppard.
Don't see it if You want something straightforward and standard that doesn’t demand too much of you intellectually.
See it if You like more intellectually challenging fare. The performance by the lead actress is exquisite and entirely signed.
Don't see it if You like fast, action-packed fare.
See it if You're a fan of the movie, Tina Fey's writing, and big, fun, ensemble musical comedies. Cast does a good job.
Don't see it if You don't like the movie. It's fluffy and the music's not great. The joy comes from the musical amplification of a classic comedy.
See it if You like serious theater, watching actors at the top of their game and masterful directing and design.
Don't see it if you can’t be seated for long periods of time
See it if You like fun and playful musicals, the music of the Go-gos, and clever retooling of classical works. This is a fun show.
Don't see it if You’re looking for something really heavy or deep, you detest juke box musicals, and you steer clear of themes involving sexuality or gender
See it if you want to see three of our greatest actresses at work. Glenda Jackson is a force.
Don't see it if You want a more action-driven story line. This play is mostly reflection.
See it if you like the music of Carole King, 60s culture and history, and learning about how music is made.
Don't see it if you like deeper, more though-provoking or challenging work. This is essentially a juke box musical with a more interesting, true story.
See it if You want to leave the theater with questions. This show made me question my own behavior and assumptions.
Don't see it if You're disinterested in white liberal guilt or watching an all-white cast.
See it if You like smaller, intimate stories told with heart. Lovely and touching.
Don't see it if It’s a small show about a small story in a small town. If you like bigger musicals with showstopping numbers, this isn’t for you.