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See it if you are prepared for a very personal, sexually explicit story that can make one feel uncomfortable.
Don't see it if you are not prepared for a very personal, sexually explicit story that can make one feel uncomfortable.
See it if you can wait 150 minutes to savor a memorable song performance by Joaquina Kalukango
Don't see it if you want to be entertained or enlightened by a musical about 19th century NYC. So mediocre
See it if you enjoy a fast, superficial comedy that is amusing albeit clichéed.
Don't see it if you want a dramatic experience with profundity and originality.
Also (Go see "Slave Play" or read "Fairview" which have set the standard.)
See it if you like an old-fashioned structure of a play with mostly adequate acting
Don't see it if you want excitement
Also Why bring this back in 2021?
See it if you would enjoy a serious story with a memorable performance by Clarke
Don't see it if you do not enjoy serious musicals and especially a rather sad and uncomfortable one without a memorable score
See it if must see theatre post Covid (as I did)
Don't see it if you want your return to live theatre take your breath away
See it if you enjoy a different story, one about a Dominican-American nerd who imagines himself a super-hero.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy theatre in a foreign language albeit with English translation supertitles.
See it if you see absolutely everything and you cannot miss a production and you have time on your hands
Don't see it if you have something better to do or even if you have nothing to do.
See it if you enjoy intelligent talented improvisations.
Don't see it if you are stodgy and prefer just to sit back in a seat and be entertained. Improv/rap needs audience energy!
See it if you enjoy plays that speak to the present American society and dilemma.
Don't see it if No reason not to see this play. It should be obligatory but it is very very disturbing but also very very enlightening
See it if you want to see something original that will make you laugh and cry
Don't see it if you do not like plays in Spanish with subtitles, although this play is well worth the sacrifice.
See it if current events interest you or if you enjoy wholeheartedly watching Rachel Maddow on social and political injustice
Don't see it if you expect a play; this is stand-up comedy with a political tone. It's very well done but it would work just as well as an HBO special.
See it if you enjoy fun musical comedy. No Hamilton or Oklahoma here; very funny and inventive staging/design
Don't see it if you want a literate play/musical. It's closer to Book of Mormon but not anywhere near as outrageous.
See it if you are interested in the beginning of Rupert Murdoch in a documentary that is dramatic, comic and depressing.
Don't see it if you expect a human drama with profundity and morality. Rather depressing, especially seeing what has happened to Western culture recently.
See it if you enjoy Isabelle Huppert who gives an over-the-top performance.
Don't see it if you want a new, profound story about relationships that makes one think and reflect. This play just confuses.
See it if you want to see a great classic musical rethought in a different but authentic, sensual and forceful way. No operetta here.
Don't see it if you want to see the traditional "Oklahoma."
See it if you see all the Encores or interested in Rodgers & Hart
Don't see it if you want a lively or thoughtful musical production to remember
See it if you enjoy good but very very very brief singing
Don't see it if you want an original story that makes you think.
Also It had the bad misfortune to come after "American Son."