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See it if a well-crafted, mathy, exploration of every existential issue by one grieving man sounds interesting. Muniz of Hamilton is riveting!
Don't see it if fast-paced, heady monologues pain you.
See it if monologues appeal. This one’s about how to achieve fulfillment. Linney’s stellar, even when turning to ruthlessness!
Don't see it if dead serious material is not you, or you’re looking for a play. This is a performance, not a play.
See it if you can appreciate the rare ability to combine terrific humor with deep poignancy with great acting, including by two veterans,
Don't see it if occasional forays into corniness bugs you.
See it if you like atypical, but realistic, explorations of the human condition given low education and rural isolation. The results are dire.
Don't see it if a play without any joy or humor is a turnoff. Actually this is not a play. It is three serial, intertwined monologues.
See it if you want great, intelligent, and dramatic. entertainment and have some interest in restaurant life. Acting, set, script all super.
Don't see it if Musicals, Shakespeare or serious dramas are you.
See it if you care about the future of American democracy and moral leadership.
Don't see it if you only like the ideas you already have and you really like Fascism and Trumpism-— almost equivalents.
See it if You like earnest productions of worthwhile dramas in intimate theaters. Sam Sheppard’s grown on us, and this production shows why.
Don't see it if You mainly like musicals and movie stars.
See it if two perfectly paired great English actors appeal. Comparable to The Waverly Gallery without comedy. Dementia is not fun for anyone.
Don't see it if Slightly complex, serious drama doesn’t suit you.
See it if you’re Interested in great physical and emotional performance pieces and/or an exploration of darker, suicidal instincts
Don't see it if You’re squeamish, prudish, or congentially optimistic.
See it if Zany, high-energy, youthful, comedic, inventive plays and productions appeal.
Don't see it if The Three Sisters by Chekhov is a play you hold dear. I don’t think he’d approve of these distortions, but he might laugh.
See it if You get James Joyce and have some knowledge of Molly Bloom’s soliloquy. This is a one woman show, a soliloquy, a monologue.
Don't see it if You don’t know James Joyce, Molly Bloom’s soliloquy or have a hard time with an Irish accent.
See it if You admire Sam Shepard, serious modern tales laced with humor, and great acting and staging. It’s a first-rate production!
Don't see it if Tales of uniquely American sorrow and woe have no appeal,
See it if You like attempts to study troubled relationships you like glacially paced dramas.
Don't see it if If you like a play supposed to be about one thing - giving up tech for a day to work on a relationship - but isn’t.
See it if You love the play, enjoy attempts at contemporization and admire Ruth Wilson and Glenda Jackson.
Don't see it if If unnecessary, uncomfortable attempts at cleverness irk you.
See it if You’re interested in modern times, the bad side of marketing, marital ups and downs, the seedy side of art marketing and a good script.
Don't see it if You think it will be more about science than human vulnerabilities.
See it if You like rapid-fire dialogue a la Pinter, intense relationship dramas, and sets designed to perfectly fit small space.
Don't see it if You hate on-stage arguments fueled by alcohol.
See it if You like Lillian Hellman, are interested in the development of playwrights and/or period (1930s) plays.
Don't see it if Somewhat contrived dialogue drives you nuts or slow-paced is not you.
See it if relationship stories and the difficulties of relationships appeal — especially the communications component among young adults.
Don't see it if good young actors or a fresh story line, even a bit over- scripted one, bugs you.
See it if You know who Pushkin is, can be riveted by a take told in iambic pentameter, applaud highly creative work and can tolerate imperfection.
Don't see it if A slow pace and sleepy delivery makes you snooze, you're VERY annoyed by sometimes hard to understand lines, or you can't bring a sweater.
See it if you love Carey Mulligan's work, monologues and perfect set design.
Don't see it if you dislike tales of human misery and treatises on male power and violence, This show is the opposite of pretty, except for Carey Mulligan.
See it if enjoy a fast-paced, near brilliant, often comedic, semi-tragic script about the American male. There's no one like this pjaywright.
Don't see it if you hate really loud music. There's 20 minutes of it before curtainrise. It's deliberate. You can escape to the lounge before showtime.
See it if You care about the "money is destiny" issue in America and enjoy a four star drama delivered by five star actors on a five star set.
Don't see it if You like corny, reality TV entertainment.
See it if You are moved by Tchaikovsky or are curious about him and his work. This is a gorgeous concert wrapped around a tragic tale of homophobia.
Don't see it if You dislike classical music, great young musicians, a fine tenor voice, an excellent ballet dancer, good acting and a tragic tale.
See it if You enjoy small plays about big subjects, like survival after trauma and happiness, super sets and super choreography, though no dancing.
Don't see it if Actors are Japanese with occasional hard-to-grasp lines.
See it if you’d enjoy a tight, engaging kinda who-done-it that smartly raises profundity moral and cultural dilemmas.
Don't see it if you're disinclined to pay close attention.
See it if moral issues appeal. This drama centers on rape, while also addressing the reality that nobody is perfect.
Don't see it if imperfection bugs you. The first act is weak. The second is strong. The lead actor does not speak clearly.
See it if you admire “Death of A Salesman.” This is a spiritual relative, but not too close a one.
Don't see it if you hate serious dramas and believe in The American Dream, no matter evidence to the contrary.
See it if looking closely and honestly — sometimes brutally honestly — about how most people live their daily lives appeals.
Don't see it if You like big deal shows. This is a quiet, little one. Not about quiet desperation, about coping together
See it if You like jazz, gritty NYC life, and/or know the great photojournalist W. Eugene Smith.
Don't see it if Chaotic tales, and not particularly pretty ones, jangle you.
See it if you like great, superbly constructed drama that will deeply resonate no matter your age, race, gender orientation. Yes, there’s humor,too.
Don't see it if you mainly like comedy, and light-weight stuff.
See it if You’re an intelligent human and might be interested in a compelling personal story delivered via monologue and beautiful music.
Don't see it if You hate any story that involves crime, homosexuality, or a troubling childhood.
See it if You enjoy tracking terrific careers — Eisenberg, Sarandon and Ireland. Tales of unhappy lives don't depress you.
Don't see it if Plays that address the shallow delusions that underlie many lives depress you.
See it if You enjoy intense, well-acted, two-personnel plays about major U.S. issues. The issue here is GUN VIOLENCE and its aftermath.
Don't see it if Lighthearted shows are what you prefer.
See it if You know and like Vanya and appreciate a playwright who can build a new, beautiful thing onthat sound foundation. And you will laugh,
Don't see it if You only like musicals, have never heard of Uncle Vanya or loathe terrific acting.
See it if You care about brutality and its opposite and want to be deeply moved. Based on the truths of Vilna, a WW Ghetto, and truths of today.
Don't see it if If profound and provocative truths don’t appeal or you don’t like great writing, acting or history. Note: this is for ALL humankind..
See it if You know the luminous actress, Marin Ireland or like stories about broken people trying to mend — in this case in a half-way house.
Don't see it if Plays that are too fast-paced AND heavily accented stress you stress you.
See it if You know little about Gloria Steinem or the Women’s Movement that began in the 1960s or enjoy a biographical perfirmance of an important per
Don't see it if You reas Gloria’s memoir “On The Road.” Much of the performance is taken from that .
See it if Excellent acting and a fresh, vivid translation of a great classic appeal. The goal? To engage younger people in great theatre. Kudos!
Don't see it if You enjoy paying big bucks for good theatre or hate theatre in the round.
See it if A great solo perfoformance appeals despite a miserable subject — being a young soldier in an always miserable war.
Don't see it if You have a hard time with accents, in this case Irish.
See it if all things British and timely appeal. This tale covers politics, sex, romance and class in the 20s — not different from today.
Don't see it if You have a short attention span and hate slightly corny, soap operay drama.
See it if Looking into WASP life appeals. Gurney is THE master. This play departs a bit by delving into relevant political and feminist issues.
Don't see it if Slo-mo dramas put you to sleep.
See it if You know who Joyce, Lenin and Tolstoy are and you love masterful, poetic, lightening-speed, histrionic plays. There's none like this one
Don't see it if You go to the theatre to sit back and relax and barely have to listen.
See it if You like dramatic observations about life's absurdities and its final event —death. It's superbly acted, has some humor and needs editing
Don't see it if You hate thinking about living or dying well. These are the rough themes.