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See it if A tale of obssession and poor choices interests you. Act II will reward your patience.
Don't see it if You can't bear the pain of watching the protagonist self destruct in Act One.
See it if An evening of mostly absorbing drama about PTSD interests you. There's little boredom here.
Don't see it if If you are put off by an aggressive protagonist and a cliched ending.
See it if You have no objections to farce, have superlative hearing and a lot of patience.
Don't see it if You dislike farce, you don't want to be bored for half of this lengthy, moderately interesting and occasionally amusing production.
See it if You want to be moved as well as amused. You appreciate fine acting, a coherent story line.
Don't see it if You dislike intense plays, you want a light hearted musical.
Also Not a moment's boredom. Great set, too. Riveting.
See it if You want to be reduced to helpless laughter. If you love classic plays, appreciate an authentic set and love Nathan Lane,
Don't see it if You can't bear a slowish first act and you think three hours is too long. If you think the past isn't "relevant".
See it if You can prevent yourself from exasperated shouting to the characters (Echoes) "how can you be so stupid? "
Don't see it if If the very high price of female innocence is of no interest to you.
See it if You have the patience for a very dull first act followed by a stronger, but only mildly amusing second. Chairs are comfy, a mercy.
Don't see it if You're seeking a lot of laughter, are easily bored or impatient.
See it if You want to be initially enchanted by the actors interacting with Gorey's drawings.
Don't see it if An invented, not entirely coherent life is not to your taste.