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See it if Very cute and alluring premise for the story. I laughed aloud more than once.
Don't see it if It was a big preachy in spots. If you can hold on through those parts, you’ll be fine.
See it if You are a follower or historian of Irish Drama.
Don't see it if I get it. Irish drama involves a long set-up, comic characters and then a knockout punch. This was overly long, comic characters dragged
Also On too long and it wasn’t funny to start with.
See it if It is an engaging dramatization of the Harry Potter books. I took a 10 year old who had not read any of the books and he was totally
Don't see it if You’re not into fantasy or magic or hate Harry Potter
See it if Engaging, light entertainment even if rather predictable story line. Perfect if you have teenagers to entertain.
Don't see it if I can’t think of a reason not to see this
See it if Elaine May has to get a tony for this performance. It may be the best performance I will see in my lifetime. The rest of the acting, espec
Don't see it if If you are currently loving someone who has altzheimer’s or dementia this might hit too close to home. My mom demented just before she
See it if It deserves the nobel prize for drama. Excellent acting.
Don't see it if The pacing of the show was slow and definetely akward more than once. What in heaven’s name was that wall hanging in Russian for?
See it if Taut, well-acted, well-staged, well-directed contemporary drama. We kept discussing the play all afternoon; that seldom happens.
Don't see it if I cannot think of any reason not to see this play.
See it if Well acted, well produced and very well written historical fiction. Staging kept the story line moving. Janet McTeer was outstanding
Don't see it if you don’t like historical fiction.
See it if Great acting especially Adina Verson. Creative staging.
Don't see it if I am not a fan of writers like Dave Eggers; all the added parenthetical comments, and everyday innane conversations. Ms. Silverman adopts
Also This style.
See it if Well written play about female warriors reaction to French colonization in Africa. I went in thinking I was going to be unimpressed but the
Don't see it if unfortunately, the stage/theater did not support the production. Many lines were swallowed up and unintelligible.
Also play kept my attention for 2 solid hours.
See it if Fun, fun, fun. You leave the theater singing. Speaking in rhyming couplets never becomes boring, predictable or overdone. The songs
Don't see it if You are some sort of shakespaeare purist.
Also Follow tradition “musical” format and are quite well done.
See it if You like taught, well-written, rapid-fire satire. Joshua Harmon has done it again. The acting is superb, especially Idina Menzel.
Don't see it if There is absolutely no reason not to see this play.
See it if You are a conspiracy theorist of any sort.
Don't see it if You dislike melodrama. It was very difficult to sit through the first 30 min. You literally had to walk along the stage if you wanted to
See it if You can sit through the rather excruciating first act and the high-school theater acting. The second act, especially the prologue will pay
Don't see it if You haven’t got a lot of patience
See it if You enjoy retrospecitives on musicians or bands/groups. King’s music is iconic so it’s hard not to be entertained. Plot is predictable.
Don't see it if You didn’t enjoy the Buddy Holly Story or Mamma Mia
See it if Thoughtful, humane drama about our responsibility as elders toward “children” of our world not just our families. Who should clean up?
Don't see it if You don’t like social-thought dramas
See it if Not as good as Freak but that’s a high bar. I admire how he keeps the dialogue current. I really enjoyed the political nature of this prog
Don't see it if You are an entrenched right winger. Or if you have not liked any other of John Leguizamo’s shows.
See it if My favorite part was about the Hollywood Canteen and the character’s role there. I liked how she entwined cinema history with the story
Don't see it if The story line needs to be tightened. I didn’t really connect to why the character might be depressed enough to commit suicide.
See it if You love the novel. It’s not a direct interpretation. Rather, it respectfully recasts the drama with Scout as the primary narrator.
Don't see it if You are a total Mockingbird purist
See it if You love theater that keeps you thinking about it for days and days. How did they get this way? What will happen to this family?
Don't see it if Second act is drawn-out; need to maintain your patience and concentration. I kept wondering what the purpose of the boy/cousin’s scene was
See it if Creative, extremely well-acted and well-written show. It was just plain fun. Both actors were amazing.
Don't see it if You don’t like having an enthusiastic actor jumping in your face or breathing down your neck. I was spooked but still glad I came
See it if Predictable, if cutely updated, story. Dancing and singing high energy. Perfect if you have to entertain teenagers.
Don't see it if You don’t mind high octane audiences; they clap and squeel at everything.
See it if You will be intellectually engaged throughout 90% of the show. There are a few “I never thought of it that way” moments
Don't see it if You can’t process speech at a rapid rate
See it if You are a Stockard Channing fan, you won’t be disappointed. Plus, I love this theater; it’s so comfortable.
Don't see it if You don’t have patience enough to get through a highly dramatic, unresolved and long first act. The play really doesn’t come together until
Also The last 5 minutes. Its something of an endurance run.
See it if You like silly programs.
Don't see it if Like me you don’t have much tolerance for silly
See it if The title of the finale song “See Things As They Are” seemed ironic. This is a black, feminist statement as well as a call to arms
Don't see it if You have strong opinions against crossdressing.
See it if I loved the first act but then...audience gimmick that I thought would be enployed during the benefit picnic to elicite audience participati
Don't see it if You are an Oklahoma purist
See it if Taut, well-written and well-acted one-act drama about a young irishman turned WWI soldier. Shane O’Regan is a superstar.
Don't see it if The only reason not to see this show is if you can’t sit still for 80 minutes.
See it if should you ever have the opportunity, catch this show. This version was edited for concert presentation. I’m dying to see the whole thing
Don't see it if There is absolutely no reason why anyone should miss this. PG langauge throughout. Uplifting. Hopeful.
Also and completely staged.
See it if you’ve never been to a Broadway musical before and have absolutely zero expectations.
Don't see it if translating the GoGo’s music to production numbers was a serious error in judgment. The book is awful, predictable, dull, banal. I was so
See it if you support developing artistry. This could be a tight, moving one-woman show with some work. It’s mono-pacing is often too slow.
Don't see it if you have no grasp of Manchester, UK accent or slang you will suffer.
See it if You are a Renee Fleming or Amar Ramasar fan; you will not be disappointed. I could not take my eyes off of Ramasar during Justin Peck’s
Don't see it if There is no reason not to see this show. It is the best production I’ve ever seen of Carousel.
See it if My first experience with Mint Theater Co. I appreciate that this play was extremely provocative in its day. Today, it’s predictable
Don't see it if You don’t like revivals.
See it if You are looking for intelligent, well-written drama. The first act is especially riviting. Must see.
Don't see it if If you don’t enjoy political “who done its?”
See it if A total romp. I had never seen sponge Bob before, nor did I have any desire; so clearly I am not of his generation. I took my goddaughter
Don't see it if I cannot think of any reason why you wouldn’t want to see this show.
Also It was delightful from start to finish.