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See it if you’re a fan of labute, or want to see three distinctly thematically different gems.
Don't see it if Can’t see a reason not to see it.
See it if you are interested in how an Edith Wharton novel is adapted into a play with a wholly different set of characters but a similar plot line.
Don't see it if you don't like watching the fall of an ambitious, successful woman as a picaresque.
See it if You want to see a Fringe musical with three sweet actors.
Don't see it if You’re expecting to see any subtlety in the piece.
See it if you know and like Reza's style of theater: literate, cute, well-crafted but lacking in emotional or real intellectual depth. Parisian!
Don't see it if you are seeking a rich theatrical experience. There is enjoyment in the play and a challenge to make sense of the structure, but bit empty.
See it if Play deals with contemporary homophobia in Russia and the consequences for gay identified people, and their attempt at a form of justice.
Don't see it if you can't stand seeing people being brutalized, even if the brutalization falls short of being convincing.
See it if you are interested in how a scientist allowed people to be worked to death doing his research on rocket-ships for Nazi Germany.
Don't see it if political theater is not your cup of tea.
See it if you want a rich theatrical experience.
Don't see it if you aren't up for a distressing tale of woe.
See it if you like Bedlam's treatment of plays in the canon. I found this one a challenge: why they interwove these two plays is not obvious.
Don't see it if You like to see theater that is straight forward and doesn't present a problem interpreting.
See it if you are willing to be mildly bored by the first two playlets. The third play makes the event worthwhile.
Don't see it if you don't like A. R. Gurney.
See it if You like energetic versions of Shakespeare
Don't see it if You object to an all women production of shakespeare where some gender exchange is already written into the play and more is just confusing
See it if you would be entertained by seeing three young Brits gymnastically cavorting half-undressed in a send-up of police procedurals.
Don't see it if you are looking for a clearly plotted detective story.
See it if A gloss on Richard III featuring some actors with obvious disabilities should interest people attuned to the issue of disability rights.
Don't see it if you are expecting a faithful adaptation of Richard III or can't take a bit of amateurish acting.
See it if you have an interest in the civil war period of US history and if you are curious about Jesse James and his role as a Southern patriot.
Don't see it if you have no patience for slowly unfolding stories.
See it if Snappy songs, excellent leads, telling a relevant tale of a non-legal immigrant mother and her love for and manipulation of her daughter.
Don't see it if A bit sappy and sentimental with the introduction of a 'supportive' chorus.and two of its members who help the protagonist realize her goal.
See it if If you want to see a show about ethnic (Jewish) characters, one with secrets the other not secretive enough?
Don't see it if you don't like late in the show revelations of important matters.
See it if you are interested in the sociology of the arts in early 20th century, especially ballet, and Sergei Diaghilev as a dynamic impresario.
Don't see it if you are put off by a lack of chronological coherence in a historically based play.
See it if you want a raucous intro to 12th Night and you can't get a hold of the Globe Theater production.
Don't see it if you want to hear every word (there were swallowed words) and you can't follow over-rapid speaking of lines.
See it if you value thoughtful, highly imaginative and entertaining social commentary and great costuming!.
Don't see it if homoerotic talk will upset you.
See it if you like idea of Shakespeare updated to 19th century lawless Arizona, a show with brilliant performances, and delightful score, witty lyrics
Don't see it if I can't give a reason for not seeing it.
See it if you appreciate wonderful acting in a creatively staged version of Pride and P. Some slapstick, but overall a magical evening in theater.
Don't see it if you are a word-for-word fan of P & P and can't brook any meddling with the text.
See it if you can appreciate the artful way the writer presents the lived social and political life of historically important theater people.
Don't see it if naturalism in theater isn't to your liking.
See it if Decent production except for the difficulty in understanding the words. If you haven't seen the show this is a good introduction. Spirited!
Don't see it if You're looking for Broadway staging and sound quality or consistently excellent acting.
See it if you like men with good/great bodies in acrobatic dancing and don't care whether you understand what's being said half the time.
Don't see it if you value the way in which Anthony Burgess used language in the novel or the portrayal of Alex in Kubrick's film version.
See it if you don't care if you hear Shakespeare's lines spoken at an intelligible pace; you like ERS interpretations of literary 'classics'.
Don't see it if You want your Shakespeare straight.
See it if You're interested in the intersection of race, gender, class as it is played out in the life of an indigent black woman.
Don't see it if If you prize literal representation in theater or straightforward narrative.
See it if you are interested in the idea that some people have special powers to feel others' emotions.
Don't see it if you are cynical about special powers to feel/intuit another person's emotional state.
See it if you want a challenging take on race/sex/gender relations.
Don't see it if you don't like high emotion and yelling.
See it if You can appreciate a bittersweet tale set on the Korean peninsula and built on a classic myth/legend framework.
Don't see it if you hate the world of bits and bytes.
See it if you appreciate new theatrical forms. The 'play' unfolds as actions, some of them occurring simultaneously in different spaces in a home.
Don't see it if you require a classical narrative that unfolds chronologically.
See it if you want something out of the ordinary in theater-going.
Don't see it if you're looking for something entertaining.
See it if You want to see a definitive version of the play.
Don't see it if You are put off by Richard Nelson's directorial shtick.
See it if you are a fan of the actors who in the main are terrific in their parts.
Don't see it if you are expecting 'collective rage'.
See it if Pits Christian fundamentalist co-worker and friend with older white woman and her black wife-to-be. An end of times theme as well,Go see it
Don't see it if you can't abide a couple of long monologues and/or hearing a christian-based argument for disallowing same-sex marriage.
See it if you want a thoughtful exploration of an oddly untouched subject in human life, with twists and turns that make for good theater.
Don't see it if Because of the positioning of the subtitles they distract from a full appreciation of what is going on on stage, for non-Spanish speakers.
See it if you like David Ives' work and if you are up for a caravan of well-crafted couplets.
Don't see it if you are expecting straightforward plotting or easily apprehended dialog.
See it if you are a lover of Shaw, you are interested in the Pygmalion story/myth, want to see excellent acting, and can live with a non-British Eliza
Don't see it if you are put off by a highly literate script that is wordy and sometimes drags.
See it if you like one person narrative plays about an historical event (plus ethnic musical accompaniment).
Don't see it if you've hard a long and tiring day.
See it if you believe in life after death, lol. Want to see well-acted and engaging play about the intra-psychic difficulties of surviving a spouse.
Don't see it if You demand clarity and logic in theater.
See it if you are interested in the fate of Malcolm X and/or the role of the FBI in the Nation of Islam's affairs.
Don't see it if you find courtroom dramas tedious or are uninterested in who killed Malcolm X.
See it if you've always wanted to see "Merry Wives..." and you appreciate young talent.
Don't see it if you are looking for a great Shakespearean text.
See it if you've always wanted to see "Merry Wives..." and you appreciate young talent.
Don't see it if you are looking for great Shakespeare.
See it if you want to go back to the glorious days of the Ridiculous Theater.
Don't see it if you won' engage in a willing suspension of disbelief regarding the dated quality of the show.
Also Everett Quinton is a stage genius but this is not his vehicle.
See it if you're a fan of American musicals, esp. S. Sondheim. Spirited, intelligent and captivating performances, esp Merrill Vaughn as Desiree.
Don't see it if I can't think of a reason not to see it.
See it if a reworking of the Greek classic interests you (think of the reworking of Romeo and Juliet for West Side Story), though w/o music
Don't see it if the story of Oedipus and Jocasta doesn't interest you; you don't want to see handsome/sexy lovers undress and make love
See it if you can stand the format: letters to an advice columnist and her replies, nothing but letters. Letters vary, very serious to funny
Don't see it if you are looking for traditional narrative structure.
See it if you like time travel episodes, relationship woes, a handsome lawn mower guy, a pretty, quirky leading lady, and an excellent doppleganger.
Don't see it if if you don't like being a bit confused by what's going on, somewhat hokey sci-fi plot, metaphysical questions underpinning the plot.