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See it if You're a Shakespeare completist, you're interested in love in war, you want to see a different twist on the Trojan War than the Iliad.
Don't see it if You dislike Shakespeare, you have something against single gender casts, you don't like tumultuous love stories
See it if You want to see the emotional highs and lows of high school students writ large or you want a flashier, less artful Dear Evan Hansen
Don't see it if You don't like bright lights and loud noises, you don't like stories about alienation in high school
See it if You're a fan of WfG and want to see a beautiful stylized setting of it with its original accent/diction
Don't see it if You don't like plays that make you examine your existence of if you need frequent action/plot movement
See it if You want to learn some of the basics of how fight choreography is staged, you want to try learning a cool pool noodle routine.
Don't see it if your mobility isn't great or you don't want to see how the magic happens.
See it if You want a dizzying Broadway spectacle where you feel like you're in the middle of the action no matter where you sit.
Don't see it if You want a coherent/comprehensible story, catchy songs, or strong source material.
See it if you like one-man shows that tie character development to the arc of pop culture
Don't see it if you find impressions annoying, don't know anything about Batman, dislike pop culture
See it if You want a pleasant evening and enjoy learning more about Gorey and seeing a slight evolution of his self.
Don't see it if You don't know anything about Gorey, or you're looking for actual dark secrets. Nothing here is a revelation.
See it if You want to see a show that walks a perfect life between humor and the hard tragedies of life with mental illness.
Don't see it if You don't want to hear about the darker side of life or get triggered by talks about mental illness
See it if You want to explore a cool gimmick while listening to what amounts to an audio book -- and if you get cheap rush tickets.
Don't see it if You're expecting a full use of the binaural medium.
See it if you like quick, snappy, hilarious dialogue; a bit of pathos in your story; ping pong!
Don't see it if You're hard of hearing, as the dialogue goes quick and sometimes unintelligible due to the set up; you want a slower play.
See it if You don't mind thought-provoking plays reminiscent of "Waiting for Godot" and "No Exit" that ask you to explore the human experience.
Don't see it if You want a traditional story arc play.
See it if You're open to new sensory experiences, like Macbeth, want an interesting experience
Don't see it if you get scared or overwhelmed by sensory input easily, if you know nothing about Macbeth
See it if You want the network TV equivalent of a conflict painted in broad strokes that gets resolved mainly to satisfy the characters.
Don't see it if You want something nuanced, with depth, or forward-thinking. Parts of it were incredibly disappointingly dated in thought.
See it if You want something sweet and meditative, imaginative artistically but not really creative at all in the plotting.
Don't see it if Puppets creep you out in any way (there's a *particularly* creepy one), you want an imaginative story, you need dialogue
See it if You want to see likely the best staging of Henry VI to come around in ages, you want to see amazing strong women playing strong characters
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare, want mindless brain candy, or are bothered by simulated death and torture
See it if you'd enjoy learning more about the historical context of the Titanic, you like one man shows, you enjoy an irreverent take on Heaven
Don't see it if you have zero interest in the Titanic, are easily offended by religious caricatures
See it if You want a hilarious yet poignant distillation of Macbeth.
Don't see it if You don't know the story of Macbeth, want a traditional theater experience, or don't like set pieces set to music.
See it if You grew up with Harry Potter and are a millenial. So many cultural jokes.
Don't see it if You need everything to make sense, you've never read or watched HP
See it if You want to be drawn into an intense 90 minutes of storytelling, you like the original source story and want to hear it fleshed out.
Don't see it if you're bothered by swearing or descriptions of dark, near-death situations. I have a high tolerance found this intense.
See it if if you like true NYC theatre with audience participation and goofy plot points
Don't see it if You're looking for a polished Broadway experience, you expect an actual plot, you stay firmly behind the fourth wall
See it if You can lay aside any expectations of a polished show and appreciate some few impressive moments of dance among a lot of filler.
Don't see it if You want a coherent plot, dialogue.
See it if you like a cappella and tangential explorations of what it means to be "other"
Don't see it if you want a deeper exploration of identity, you don't like plot expressed in song
See it if You like plays in the theme of "The Notebook" with worse dialogue and character development.
Don't see it if You were expecting anything mature, earned, or well-written. You know anybody with cancer.
See it if You like a millenial take on Waiting for Godot that goes by faster than you think it will.
Don't see it if You need A/C. You hate plays where 2 people just talk to each other.