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See it if You like mediocre and cliched whodunnits and don’t mind something that is obvious from the start:
Don't see it if You are an aficionado of crime thrillers and expect an interesting, well written play.
See it if You liked the film and wish to reminisce about the Esalen Institute and people’s self-absorption in the late 1960’s.
Don't see it if You want to see a more inspiring musical. The music is mostly one-note and sleepy. The cast does its best to bring this fluff to life.
See it if You don’t mind seeing a non-funny comedy. Have to say the actors do their best and are quite good.
Don't see it if You expect to see a brilliant Ayckbourn comedy. This one is not up to his talent.
Also To say that I was disappointed is an understatement.
See it if You are nostalgic to see two stars from the past, Harry Hamlin and Stephanie Powers, and don’t expect to see a profound and exciting play.
Don't see it if You expect a work of intelligence with good writing and acting. This is not that play. The plot is silly and uninteresting.
See it if You enjoy great ensemble acting that delves into the lives of a group of gay men coping with the Aids epidemic while trying to find love.
Don't see it if You don’t like gay-themed plays and are offended by explicit sexual language.
See it if You like Harvey Fierstein (and who doesn’t?) and want 90 glorious minutes spent in the company of Bella Abzug, a true inspiration for women.
Don't see it if You don’t like solo plays that are historical or political.
See it if You enjoy great acting, intelligent writing, and characters more than one-dimensional stereotypes. This is a play not to be missed.
Don't see it if You are offended by raw language and two explicit sexual encounter scenes, or if you are not interested in relationship dramas.
See it if You like plays about interracial couples dealing with related issues and don't mind raunchy scenes and dialogue.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in the subject matter or are offended by racial slurs and in-your-face satirical commentary about interracial couples.
See it if You wish to see two consummate actors in a contemporary and relevant drama that is thought provoking and poignant.
Don't see it if You don’t like plays with themes of aging and death. There is some humor in the play but overall it’s a heavy topic.
See it if Your attention span is limited and you like short plays with serious themes.
Don't see it if You dislike plays that are depressing and deal with death, illness, and depression involving self-indulgent characters.
See it if You are interested in a story of a dysfunctional family and its effect on the children’s development into adults.
Don't see it if You like more uplifting plays and don’t care to see something depressing.
See it if You like autobiographical solo shows that contain both humor and pathos with some original songs along the way.
Don't see it if You prefer splashier shows with more than one actor and don’t care for family dramas.
See it if You don’t mind reading subtitles, are fluent in Yiddish, or don’t need to read the titles because you know the musical so well (that’s me!)
Don't see it if You don’t like seeing a non-English musical or do not want to see this particular musical again.
See it if You like family dramas where past relationships come to the forefront and secrets long buried are revealed.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in psychological drama or prefer lighter fare.
See it if You like two-character dramas that deal with loss and don’t mind slow pacing.
Don't see it if You like comedies or plays that involve action and not just dialogue. This play is very slow moving.
See it if You are interested in a ripped-from-the-headlines kind of story with great acting and good writing on a current subject.
Don't see it if You like lighter fare that doesn’t touch on sexual abuse, racism, and what is appropriate punishment for the guilty.
See it if You want to see a well written, timely play with great acting that will provide much food for thought.
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy serious playa dealing with race relations and some personal stories told in monologues.
See it if You are interested seeing two terrific actors portray one of the most famous political couples of our time.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in the Clintons or don’t care for political plays.
See it if You like comedies about food competitions and don’t mind some raw language and a bit of overacting.
Don't see it if You like more serious plays and don’t want to struggle understanding some of the dialogue.
See it if You like romantic comedies with a message and you are open to the idea that you love who you love regardless of your differences.
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy plays that explore religious differences.
See it if You are a baby boomer and would like to travel down memory lane from 1945-1969 with a talented performer.
Don't see it if You plays with plots and don’t care for the history or music of that period.
See it if You want to see a Pulitzer Prize winning play with excellent acting that offers a historical perspective on racism in the military in 1945.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in learning about segregated military units during W.W. II.
See it if You would like to see a funny and touching family play with excellent acting by the playwright, Bess Wohl, who never disappoints.
Don't see it if You don’t care for plays about family with aging parents or prefer musicals.
See it if You are interested in mining history and slice of life stories of small towns.
Don't see it if You don’t like heavy drama that describes a town that is in financial ruin and the lives of its citizens facing despair and hopelessness.
See it if You like father-son comedy/drama and don’t mind some cliches or plays about the pitfalls of aging.
Don't see it if You find plays about old age depressing or don’t care for family dramas.
See it if You want to see a play about the ups and downs of running a restaurant and dealing with an opinionated and pompous chef.
Don't see it if No reason not to see it. Just don’t go hungry because this will certainly whet your appetite.
See it if You like a comedy/drama about a person conquering his alcoholic addiction that is written with humor but still treats its subject seriously.
Don't see it if You like lighter fare and don’t wish to see a play about addiction,
See it if You like two-character dramas that are beautifully acted and brilliantly written.
Don't see it if You prefer not to see a play about someone stricken with cancer or that involve just two characters and contains some sad material.
See it if You loved The Beatles and would like to see an intimate play with music that is about an incident in the lives of McCartney and Lennon.
Don't see it if You are not interested in learning anything more about these two famous musicians.
See it if Enjoy a good domestic comedy with great acting and some serious life lessons.
Don't see it if You like more serious drama and don’t care for older people discussing aging and infidelity.
See it if You like intense drama that is a little slow and talky but has terrific acting and is emotionally stirring.
Don't see it if You like lighter fare and more fast-paced drama.
See it if You want to see two consummate actors in two brilliantly written plays that will leave you contemplating what you experienced long after you
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy monologues or plays that deal with the tragedies life often brings.
Also This was simply an exhilarating theater experience.
See it if You litho I you’d like to hear about the career of Julie Andrews but don’t mind amateurish writing and acting.
Don't see it if You expect a good, well written and performed play about a very famous and talented star.
See it if You like unconventional drama by a master playwright with terrific acting and a plot you won’t soon forget.
Don't see it if You like a more conventional, straightforward type of drama where everything follows a linear pattern.
See it if You like a play with music poses the question how far one can appropriate another’s work without crossing the line into plagiarism.
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy plays about the creative process as pertains to music composing.
See it if You like dark comedy dealing with racism and father-son relationships.
Don't see it if You are easily offended by bigotry and racial stereotypes. Play also contains homophobic dialogue.
See it if You want to see two terrific actresses, Susan Sarandon and Marin Ireland, in an overly long and silly play with some good laughs.
Don't see it if You like a more intelligent and well written comedy that has something to say.