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See it if you like respectful productions of classics. Terrific work from almost all actors (most on multiple roles).
Don't see it if you want an easy-to-follow show. This Jacobean tragedy is true to form with complicated relationships/plot.
See it if You are a Gurney fan. You want to see the final writing of his career.
Don't see it if you prefer more than a sketch. The 3 pieces feel a bit unfinished, more like first drafts than crafted short plays.
Also Fine work by the actors, especially Betsy Aidem and Colin Hanlon.
See it if you like music with an Irish flavor, and a story of compassion during a tragedy
Don't see it if you don't like Irish tunes, or don't like stories about 9/11
See it if you want to find out more about two pioneering women in science.
Don't see it if you want a fast paced show. At times it seemed to come off as a history lesson.
See it if you're a Tennessee Williams fan. A rare chance to see one of his significant but lesser works, that reflects the themes he was intrigued by
Don't see it if You have no interest in T. Williams, or don't want to see a great playwright's somewhat lesser attempts.
See it if you like shows that explore the psyche of young women.
Don't see it if you don't like it when actors don't look like the characters they play.
Also Interesting ideas, but seems not quite fully formed.
See it if you like plays about ideas and literacy, thoughts on Christianity
Don't see it if you want a lot of action. It's a bit talky.
Also The actors/director do a wonderful job with a somewhat heady piece