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See it if you have been craving some theater in Spanish, particularly Dominican Spanish; read the original novel. Inventive sound/set design.
Don't see it if My biggest problem was that it felt like Oscar was too much a focus on the play when he doesn't feel like that in the novel.
See it if You love Quiara Alegria Hudes-- who wrote the book for In the Heights and also won a Pulitzer for another play she wrote; something relevant
Don't see it if Honestly? Go to Baltimore Center Stage when it comes back this season.
See it if You want to see a brilliant reinvention of the play form, want to have a transformative discussion on race after/be a better listener.
Don't see it if You're not comfortable with sitting with your whiteness.
See it if You've been intimidated to see Shakespeare because the plays are hard to follow-- the actors do a great job getting the message across!
Don't see it if You haven't eaten all day and are expecting to fill up at the show; if you don't like intimate dinner seating.
See it if Are looking for new queer artists to support, Frank Ocean, gorgeous lights, and are open to explore how religion changes through life.
Don't see it if You are homophobic, don’t like sitting close to the actors, are uncomfortable with heat (they’re working on fixing the A/C).
See it if You love new, experimental, boundary-pushing theater and love to dance and get amazed by glitter/lights/glorious costumes.
Don't see it if You can’t stand/dance for over 90 minutes.
See it if You love new musicals, grand set reveals, catchy music.
Don't see it if You aren't ready to have a lengthy discussion about Christianity and hypocrisy after.
See it if You appreciate beautiful singing/love the soundtrack.
Don't see it if You want a great story. The talent in this show is not served by its story, which is why I said it’s disappointing.