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See it if Takes an ancient myth and turns it into a dazzling, moving event for our times. Memorable performances, great set and amazing choreography.
Don't see it if The show is great. The Walter Kerr seats are small. If you’re really tall or large, you might be uncomfortable.
See it if You like Pinter....this is the best production of Pinter I've ever seen. The direction is masterful and intriguing & so are the performers.
Don't see it if It may shock if you're not expecting a more plot-driven, linear play. Requires lots of work on the part of the audience.
See it if you like watching mobs of cheerful amateur actors mill about the stage while the leads try to make sense of poor Will's plot.
Don't see it if you'd like to enjoy q show for its story and craft, not just watch stunts and tricks.
See it if you’re ready for challenging, funny theater that shakes up your preconceptions about...race, sex and love.
Don't see it if you’re not into nudity and simulated sex.
See it if you love Glenda Jackson. This is just not her part...and I've been a huge fan since forever. She was great in "Three Tall Women".
Don't see it if you love "Lear." Seems like the director didn't trust the playwright. The staging was confused and disorganized, and ultimately boring.
See it if you like demanding theater with contemporary issues and like to laugh. The play is about three brothers spending Christmas with their dad.
Don't see it if you don't want to think about "privilege" and its ramifications. I don't think I've laughed that hard for a long time....