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See it if you want a live will&grace&friends rom com with a few gem one liners & many more banalities
Don't see it if you want more from your theatre going experience.
See it if you'd enjoy thoughtful, creative, nuanced takes on female sexuality & sex trafficking. Enjoy a conceit of a near future present.
Don't see it if you don't care for one person, multi-character shows. Or women's issues. Or human issues. Or humanity.
See it if bizarro time travelling hilarity festooned in the most outlandish headpieces is your jam. Solid ensemble. Very different. Very memorable.
Don't see it if the above alarms or confounds
See it if you like humor, horror, & banalities of third world daily life doled out in nearly equal measure. Love great ensembles featuring Lupita
Don't see it if You want university light & fluffy fare
See it if you want to see Phylicia Rashad in her second performance of a lifetime (1st, Gem of the Ocean) with a great ensemble & an unbelievable set
Don't see it if You want light & fluffy fare
See it if even if you haven't seen the other Gabriel plays. Stands alone well. Very timely. Good ensemble.
Don't see it if You want big flashy or explosive
See it if you want to see Harvey Firestein in a nuanced, textured performance.
Don't see it if you want to be moved by the deeper issues of gay male suffering over the past 50 years. If you hate long, drawn out soliloquies.
See it if you want to see a lesser known Arthur Miller work that has so much relevance today. Stellar ensemble. Nice pacing.
Don't see it if you don't like historical plays, esp with the Holocaust as a very palpable & forboding backdrop.
See it if you want to catch Lois Smith live in an incredible play before it gets turned into a potentially Oscar nominating performance in 2017.
Don't see it if you can't handle death & grieving even as it's doled out with a sci-fi quirk that leaves an indelible mark on all who saw it.
See it if you love Anne Washburn, clever sound & lighting design.
Don't see it if you love Anne Washburn (à la Mr. Burns). This does not match up.to some of her other works.
See it if you want male dominated history to get reclaimed & repurposed by an all female ensemble. Crazy inventive staging. So so so clever.
Don't see it if you want big set pieces, men, history stripped of humor.
See it if you want an evening with David Hyde Pierce discussing life, death & the meaningful/meaninglessness of both. Pathos, humor, charm, delight.
Don't see it if you done live unconventional storytelling, sing the inner workings of a morgue, albeit delivered in a light & funny tone.
See it if you want to be blown away by inventive actualization of the selfsame titled best selling book.
Don't see it if you like very traditional theatre
See it if you want a solid community theatre caliber replica of the phenomenal B'way musical on a much smaller scale.
Don't see it if you want a live orchestra, or next level greatness, charm & cheekiness the likes of Mandy Gonzasles, Chris Jackson, LMM.
See it if it ever makes a triumphant threepeat. I saw it at Ars Nova & almost went again last summer at the Signature for QTB. Inventive, immersive.
Don't see it if you require talking.
See it if you've seen Hamilton, or if you haven't seen Hamilton. Pokes fun even as it homages the juggernaut along with LMM, & misc other b'way shows.
Don't see it if you haven't seen Hamilton & don't want any hints of via satire of the thing itself.
See it if you want to see the nearly unbelievably true friendship of the titular gents. Also if you miss or missed the Falsettos staging. Charming.
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See it if you want to see Marisa Tomei & Lena Hall deliver nuanced, quirky & present performances. Also, for That Karaoke moment. And complex writing.
Don't see it if you are a conventionalist with relationships and marriage, or if you need to "get what's happening" at every turn.
See it if u dig issues of identity & home & immigration & emigration & stereotypes turned upside down to crazy inventive, humorous, poignant effect
Don't see it if you don't dig original, timely, important work.
See it if you want to vicariously & vicerally feel what's is like for the elderly suffering w/ progressive dementia. Tender, bemusing, & frightening.
Don't see it if you want light & fluffy fare that does not dabble in elder abuse.
See it if you want to watch 2 master craftswomen - Holland Taylor & Mary Louise Burke - spar in brilliantly mad cap ways.
Don't see it if the setting of an assisted living facility disturbs or unnerves, or if you don't enjoy entirely outrageous(ly enjoyable) plot twists
See it if you want a hyper realist near future take on technological advances & its potential for isolationism. And/or if you heart Daniel Radcliffe.
Don't see it if you want a linear, non gimmicky play
See it if you like the Leguzamo one handers. Often his material showcases sharp wit while teaching a fairly whitewashed audience much needed history.
Don't see it if watching great wit get mired in trite & easy stereotypes will undo the less base material.
See it if you want to see today's finest elder statesmen of vaudeville do their two man show.
Don't see it if You want a deep, profound, moving, linear play. This is light & fun entertainment.
See it if you want an unconventional jazz long form poem dealing with architypal racial stereotypes across the centuries. Solid dance # lightens mood
Don't see it if you don't want to face some of the most hateful racist imagery throughout history. If you like linear, straightforward plot.
See it if you want to catch an original, at times moving, true story of a young musical theatre writing team who travels to Africa to help educate
Don't see it if you want Rent rather than Tick Tick Boom.
See it if you want to see a choir of non actors sit on stage, sing for a bit, then watch the play as spectators bedecked in choir robes.
Don't see it if you want nothing to do with religion & questioning belief systems, or if mega churches freak you out.
See it if you've seen Eclipsed & want to get another engrossing play by Danai Guirara with a solid ensemble set in US. Race, class, family dysfunction
Don't see it if you don"t want to see the above dealt with humorously, intelligently, compassionately.
See it if you go back in time to the summer at the Delacourte &you want to be blown away by Johnathan Groff, Will Swenson & the tribe.
Don't see it if nudity bothers you; if you don't like theatre outdoors; if you don't care for catchy, timely, timeless music.
See it if you have a pulse & want to get acquainted (& possibly fall in love) with LMM.
Don't see it if you don't like an amazing score & a great book celebrating Pan-Latino cultures while highlighting gentrification realities.
See it if it finally makes a much deserved transfer to B'way. Also if you dig the inventive, thoughtful direction of Rachel Chavkin (Great Comet, SMS)
Don't see it if see it.
See it if you want to cap of women's history month with an intimate historical play that weaves modern subversive language & energy with suffrage mvmn
Don't see it if You need the acting, direction, dialogue to be universally great. It is, largely, quite good, albeit uneven.
See it if you want to behold a casting feat: 5 actors in any of 5 different roles selected via lotto during the show. Solid performances.
Don't see it if you don't care for heady subject matter and centuries old parables dealt with in a light, non linear way.
See it if you love Kevin Kline & like farce.
Don't see it if you love farce, especially of the tongue & cheek theatre varietal. You'll just wish you were seeing Noises Off. Long winded, little payoff.