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See it if you enjoy Calvin Trillin's work and want to know more about the wife he adored and lost too soon.
Don't see it if you get frustrated by a skin-deep characterization -- but what a skin! Alice was a marvel by all accounts.
See it if you like excellent acting, Jake Gyllenhall and Tom Sturridge, solid monologues, the Public.
Don't see it if two monologues is not your idea of theater, you yearn to be taken out of your everyday mindset.
See it if you'd like a well-acted and directed production of any show written by Stephen Sondheim; you saw "The Best Worst Thing That Ever Happened."
Don't see it if you don't like Sondheim, or don't enjoy the mental work of figuring out plots told backwards.
See it if you want to see a great production of what is now a classic play. Or if you love Michael Urie as I do.
Don't see it if an exploration of gay life and history doesn't interest you.
See it if you're interested in the social upheaval of the 60s, and how it affected a group of privileged young people.
Don't see it if the theme of 60s political action is one in which you have no interest.
See it if you want to see Janet McTeer, one of our greatest actors, in a role that gives her a great range.
Don't see it if you're not interested in the experiences of women in the theater.
See it if you love great dancing in musicals, Joshua Henry as Billy Bigelow, and a score to last for the ages.
Don't see it if you can't accept the premise that a man as damaged and dangerous as Billy Bigelow can or should be loved or redeemed.
See it if you like any or all: great story, wonderful characters, talking, singing, dancing, babies, and sitting on the edge of your seat to the end.
Don't see it if you have a hard time with Irish accents...it takes a while to understand them.
See it if you like the story behind the writing of Alice in Wonderland as much as the story itself.
Don't see it if you're not interested in yet another Alice adaptation.
See it if you enjoy a small musical with a talented cast, a story of our times and the past, and good songs sung well.
Don't see it if probably won't clear the bar for people who don't like most musicals.
See it if you like good writing, tennis, and 30ish male athletes agonizing over lost youth.
Don't see it if it bothers you that the female characters are seen only as the adjuncts of the guys.
See it if you like a funny, well-written and -acted monologue ending in pathos and admiration for the character's desperate grasp on life and love.
Don't see it if you're bothered by or don't care to look beyond what seems at first to border upon clichéd gay humor.
See it if you like fairy tales, the Caribbean, immersive staging, lots of movement and dance, a charming score
Don't see it if you lean toward hefty intellectual fare
See it if you're a fallible human being who loves tender, gritty, sad, and poignant love stories
Don't see it if you loved the film and won't be able to put it out of your mind for two hours
See it if ...you have never seen My Fair Lady. If you love Laura Bernanti, Danny Burstein, or the suitor to the plain sister in Downton Abbey.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals, or bad costumes that were designed for Lauren Ambrose's red hair, or the Ascott Gavotte in drab shades of lavender.
See it if you like bravura acting in a play that gives great actors great opportunities; like Sam Shepard's writing, enjoy a terrific set and staging.
Don't see it if you find Shepard's writing cliched or tiresome.
See it if you like well-told stories of African-American life, want to catch a rising star in Jonathan Burke, enjoy choir singing and a great ensemble
Don't see it if you don't like African-American or gay themes.
See it if you want to see what makes Glenn Close a great actress, and a refreshing point of view of the Joan of Arc story.
Don't see it if you've seen enough treatments of the Maid of Orleans story.
See it if Kerry Washington is on your list. [I saw a preview when she repeatedly went up on her lines, so don't take it from me.]
Don't see it if a predictable rehash of the headlines isn't for you. And you can't let your heart be broken again over these black lives not mattering.
See it if you have an interest in snooker.
Don't see it if you dislike such poor direction that one character seems to just wander through the space, or if you want to care about the story.
See it if a new theatrical voice reveals what to me is an unseen world -- the terrors and dangers of being an ordinary person while black.
Don't see it if an examination of how racism plays out is not your idea of a nice night out at the theater.
See it if you love Rodgers and Hammerstein and are okay with radical reimagining.
Don't see it if it drives you nuts to have the other half of the audience in full view across the "alley" stage; two famous faces were a bit distracting.
See it if YOU like to see great ensemble acting in a solid play about real people. Elaine May is a revelation.
Don't see it if you don't like a realistic "talky" play.
See it if you like a smart, rollicking parody of American capitalism by one of the best playwrights on the scene today.
Don't see it if broad comedy about hefty subjects tires you out.
See it if you want a perplexing and complex account of a campus he-said she-said story touching on issues of class, race, and gender.
Don't see it if the tawdry, alcohol-fueled hookup culture leaves you depressed and/or disgusted.