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See it if Plays performed in monologues are interesting for you. If you're looking for a funny and dynamic piece about working-class experiences.
Don't see it if Intimate partner violence (mentioned and shown) is disturbing for you. If you are distressed by jump-scares.
See it if You're interested in where Eastern ideology meets Western prudishness. You're interested in stories about families grappling with death.
Don't see it if Plotlines about child neglect trigger you. You were hoping for a more experimental evening. This is a very traditional play.
See it if You're a Mamet super-fan, and that's it.
Don't see it if You find non-problems of dumb white men insufferable and therefore unworthy of story. You're offended by flat and dumb female characters.
See it if This is a really special show. Unlike anything I've seen before. An amazing journey full of the unexpected!
Don't see it if You like your theatre predictable.
See it if You're looking for a positive story about a protagonist's relationship to religion. Coming-of-age stories tug at your heartstrings.
Don't see it if You're not interested in teenage perspectives. You're less than enthusiastic about organized Christianity.
See it if - you saw Nanako Winkler's KENTUCKY - forgiveness as a theme speaks to you - you enjoy SOBBING
Don't see it if - you don't enjoy sobbing - you haven't seen KENTUCKY - touching family comedy/dramas aren't your thing
See it if - If tall tales make you swoon. - If you love great musicals about unsung subjects. - You have a soft spot for unique staging.
Don't see it if - silly songs confuse you (there's a large spot in the climactic end of the first act that references flatulence)
See it if - the story of a middle-aged man going through an existential crisis resonates with you - you're a die-hard Tracy Letts fan
Don't see it if You're unenthused by the not-so-sad story of an otherwise privileged man.
See it if you love a nice love story you enjoy powerful stories about women by women you want to take your mom to something she'll enjoy
Don't see it if you expect the film on stage (somehow, the musical feels darker. Jenna comes off somewhat powerless in parts and Earl is scary)