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See it if Colin Quinn fans. Don't mind a deluge of social topics presented randomly. Storytelling skills aren't imperative to you.
Don't see it if Have trouble keeping up with various lot of perspectives that are presented incoherently. Transitions among topics tend to be awkward.
See it if you are interested in immigrant and refugee issues - you like to support female playwrights - you are interested in the stories of Iraqis.
Don't see it if you don't care for slow-moving stories that are absorbing and have interesting characters but leave you lacking at the end.
See it if are drawn to stories on race relations - are in the mood for an intense drama - Kerry Washington!
Don't see it if you are not in the mood for an intense drama that addresses sensitive and difficult subject matters
See it if You can handle disturbing references to violence - enjoy intimate performances - you like Carey Mulligan - enjoy supporting small theater
Don't see it if Are sensitive to issues of violence - do not enjoy single-actor performances
See it if for fans only - enjoy celebrating & dancing to Donna's music with like-minded fans- are drawn to stories about artists - esp. women of color
Don't see it if you avoid the jukebox show format - not a true Donna fan.
See it if are seeking a special theatrical experience - both visually and emotionally, you support important plays and playwrights
Don't see it if you don't care for LGBTQ or progressive issues - can't handle the marathon running time.
See it if can't resist the amazing cast - esp Denzel & David Morse - can handle an almost 4 hr play - enjoy NYC stories from the early 20th Century
Don't see it if you prefer to avoid dated, misogynistic stories - can't handle long plays (almost 4 hours)
See it if you're a Vonnegut fan - love to support small theaters - can handle a 2.5 hour unconventional play
Don't see it if you don't have the patience for a slow-moving, 2.5 hour unconventional play.
See it if you were a Dawson's Creek fan, care about disability issues and appreciate diverse casting
Don't see it if don't have patience for slow storytelling
See it if you appreciate intimate performances by an iconic cast - despite the deluge of too many stories and characters. A seat on stage is a must!
Don't see it if you have little patience for a slow-paced and sometimes frustratingly superfluous characters and stories.
See it if You're a fan of Clay and/or Ruben. Like cheesy holiday shows.
Don't see it if Don't enjoy over-the-top holiday shows. Don't care for Ruben and/or Clay's performance styles.
See it if You enjoy quirky stories about why some one should not procreate - you need a light, funny but still profound theater experience.
Don't see it if You're not in the mood for comedy or a one-person performance - don't enjoy Mike Birbiglia's sense of humor.
See it if are drawn to stories on U.S. race relations - support artists of color - DeWanda Wise's powerful perfomance
Don't see it if You're not in the mood for an intense drama with challenging subject matters.
See it if You can't resist NY/Brooklyn based stories - learning about NY/Brooklyn history - appreciate a diverse cast
Don't see it if You do not have patience with slow-moving plays that don't pay off.
See it if you can handle an uncomfortable show about difficult issues of sexual abuse w/ extreme graphic language - especially by Kiersey Clemons
Don't see it if Can't handle uncomfortable issues involving misogyny, exploitation and sexual and child abuse
See it if are interested in family care-giving issues - a fan of Lois Smith - supporting works by new playwrights - handle family feuds
Don't see it if you tend to avoid find family - end-of-life - care giving issues - get restless during slow-moving stories
See it if you enjoy learning about other cultures & being transported - appreciate middle eastern music - enjoy unique theatrical experiences
Don't see it if do not care about issues in the middle east - you dislike world music
See it if you're a devoted Eve Ensler fan and want to learn more about her personal and health challenges.
Don't see it if you expect the show to be more about Ensler's charitable work and less about the playwright.