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See it if you have never seen it before. Took my grandkids and they loved it. In an out in less than 90 minutes.
Don't see it if you are on a budget. Pretty pricey.
See it if if you like fabulous storytelling with great writing by a stellar cast. A parable of contemporary politics.
Don't see it if you want light and fluffy. Very intense plot with lots of historical data to process.
See it if you like pretentious, humorless, overacted comedies about Wagner. Nietzsche and anti-semitism.
Don't see it if you don't like pretentious, humorless, overacted comedies about Wagner. Nietzsche and anti-semitism.
See it if you like great dialogue with great staging. The environment of the play and characters are well drawn.
Don't see it if if you are looking for an engaging plot or a compelling idea to invest in.
See it if you like intense, edgy, jailhouse characters and terrific performances.
Don't see it if if a thin plot held together by intense repetitive speeches loaded with f bombs wears you out after 2:20 minutes.
See it if you like great acting and great writing.
Don't see it if you need to hear every word. I couldn't hear and therefore understand Condola Rashad.
See it if you enjoy thoughtful, meticulously developed, psychological explored characters on stage.
Don't see it if If you need a faster pace and something more for light-hearted or less demanding.
See it if You like political intrigue
Don't see it if unless you want to be disappointed. Had high expectations that were dashed w/in the first 1/2 hr. Only saw pt 1.
See it if you like juke box musical and Carol King. LIke Jersey Boys with cleaner language.
Don't see it if you don't like juke box musicals or Carol King.
See it if you like Frank Langella and know someone close with old age dementia.
Don't see it if if you want to escape and not look at aspects of your own mortality.
See it if you like to be challenged. Very deep & profound. Lewis at his best.
Don't see it if want light and fluffy. Very deep play. Sometimes hard to follow. Nof for everyone.
See it if Iif you like your religious history delivered with a contemporary twist
Don't see it if If you are in the mood for light and fluffy.
See it if you want a terrific theatrical expression of Milton's epic in an accessible, fast-paced 100-minute show with dazzling stagecraft.
Don't see it if if you are looking for a post-modern interpretation of one of the greatest achievements in world literature.
Also It's such an archetypal story that hits deep.
See it if you like to be transported and mesmerized in the theatre. Amazing stagecraft.
Don't see it if if you are bothered by deep and intense religious themes.
See it if you like thoughtful, entertaining historical narratives that still resonate and is relevant for today.
Don't see it if thick British accents make it hard to understand some of the dialogue
See it if Appreciate theatre that deals with religious themes in unusual and provocative ways.
Don't see it if you don't like lots of language. Very intense. Ideas are sometimes hard to follow.
See it if for the terrific acting
Don't see it if don't want to see long, complicated plays w/ lots of words, stress and little meaning.
See it if if you like clever writing and terrific acting.
Don't see it if you were expecting something more than typical post-modern, neo-marxist cliches on white privilege and liberal guilt.
See it if you like Kevin Kline and Noel Coward. Cobie Smolders and Kate Burton was great. Kline gave a master class.
Don't see it if you don't like an overly long play that keeps repeating itself. The actors ham it with little effect other than to add silliness.
See it if Interested in shows about religion.
Don't see it if deals in broad strokes; caricatures. The set and sound design had none of the energy that make megachurches attractive. Slowish.
See it if If you are interested in religious conversion stories that are smart and transparent.
Don't see it if If you don't like one person shows
See it if you love Lewis and his clever way of seeing the world thru the devil's eyes. The 2nd half is stronger than first.
Don't see it if you're concerned about intensity & what is primarily a solo play. The 2nd character is a mime who really lightens the storytelling.