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See it if I liked it for the clever presentation of the story, the great works by the cast, I found it charming. Bring sunglasses.
Don't see it if Read all the reviews and decide.
See it if a fabulous presentation, imaginative staging that drew me in, believable portrayals, it should be on your list of must sees
Don't see it if if you like a ninety minute play,...
See it if you like M. McD.'s wry sense of humor. Accents do not overwhelm production as they do in NTL version. Clever send-up of jealousy.
Don't see it if the possibility of someone being hung would bother you
See it if you like Albee. You like one character being overwhelmed by another-Zoo Story. Sit on left hand side of audience to be near actors.
Don't see it if you've seen both pieces recently. Don't miss Homelife if not seen before.
See it if you want to follow several interwoven story lines. Who gets to write history, change history. What do we remember, how can it be altered
Don't see it if You don't want to work at following the various characters and story lines.
See it if you want a story that depicts male cronyism in the workplace. Each role is a caricature, very well acted. Do not sit in the first 2-3 rows.
Don't see it if you dislike cartoonish roles, even if accurate in their portrayal of how people can behave.
See it if you would enjoy different slant on a mean girls' tale. Nice exposition of how much one would "compromise" to succeed.
Don't see it if you don't want to laugh for most of seventy-five minutes.
See it if you like post apocalyptic stories. This one is well crafted and beautifully acted, especially Cristin Miliotti.
Don't see it if you really don't like post-apocalyptic tales
See it if you enjoy reworked classics, know the story well enough to follow what's happening, enjoy a terrific cast
Don't see it if you'd prefer the original in some form, dislike nude scenes
See it if you know the basic story and want a fun-filled version of the play. Music is a charming addition
Don't see it if The ocasional unclear word(s) of dialogue will bother you
See it if you love Dianne Wiest and you want to spend time researching Beckett and what he's trying to say. Lots of food for thought.
Don't see it if You need no food for thought
See it if you like Kristine Nelson. I expected all-out funny and it was amusing in places. I think I saw it on an off night.
Don't see it if you dislike an annoying character who keeps appearing and no one tells him "Begone". One member of our party left at intermission.
See it if The story may surprise you; it did me, even having read reviews. Well acted and written, with an unpredictable ending
Don't see it if You can't attend by this weekend.
See it if you love Anna Leigh Ashford-who doesn't Jake G. is wonderful; the cast, terrific, the music beautiful. A wonderful evening
Don't see it if This would be a hard one to miss. There are a lot of good reasons this transferred from Encores to B'way.
See it if Mr. Abili is very good; the staging is, alone, worth the trip as are the puppets. This is a chance to see a major-dated- work.
Don't see it if I could not understand some of the dialogue. This is a brutal, tough story and it felt repetitious to me.
See it if you like one-person shows. He is entertaining throughout with great energy and a specific perspective.
Don't see it if Read the reviews and decide
See it if you like one person monologues. The story draws you in and spits you out. Marin Ireland is wonderful.
Don't see it if You probably should se this both for the actor's work and the story
See it if you like, sweet, simple stories of family, people making it and not. The music is lovely and enhances the production.
Don't see it if you've had enough slices of life.
See it if You like a clever take on Shakespeare, a play set within a play with an all female cast.
Don't see it if Shakespeare is not your cup of tea.
See it if You love Laura Linney
Don't see it if You dislike erratic lighting. You don’t like to sit in a premium seat and have your view blocked by two (new) rows of seating level w yours
See it if Funny. On target with send ups of various personality quirks. The actors are terrific and have been given a lot to say. Loved it.
Don't see it if It’s too far to walk from the subway.
See it if An interesting, fresh way to present an old favorite. Terrific singing. I am curious to learn how it will be staged on B'way.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals, even good ones.
See it if you enjoy well written/acted plays. Pitch perfect, very funny. Do not miss this most enjoyable "sleeper".
Don't see it if only if you can't fit it in. Hope it extends. I'd go again.
See it if Don't miss it. Funny, witty, charming, entertaining. Ms. Hamill incorporates the most important story elements. The 8 actors are fabulous.
Don't see it if you don't know the story . So read the book or watch the movie and then go.
See it if you want to see the individual actors. It's a very good cast. It reminded me of a somewhat mean spirited Cherry Orchard Beautiful sets.
Don't see it if you don't have a subscription ticket or can score a bargain one.
See it if you can. A story about kindness and openness to all that works on several levels. Great cast
Don't see it if You don't like theater about LGBT issues, although Charm is, at least on one level, imore global than that
See it if you enjoy a quirky story with an excellent cast. Read the reviews.
Don't see it if the abortion theme may not be for everyone
See it if you like well written, beautifully acted material. The cast is wonderful, especially Carrie Coons
Don't see it if a story of how a single mother deals with a handicapped child is a turnoff
See it if you want to laugh for 2+ hours. The cast does a great job of involving the audience. Great send up, without being unkind, of lesser works.
Don't see it if You are really not in the mood to be amused, laughing in spite of yourself.
See it if for a great compare and contrast re believers and non-believers and how content each is with his/her life.
Don't see it if the above is not of interest
See it if you like surprises and inventive, imaginative musicals. Whether it was on purpose or not, I found the early ES lip syncing not in sync.
Don't see it if you don't do musicals
See it if You liked Sense and S. Kate Hamill scores again. Joey Parsons is fabulous. The men are terrific whether playing one or more roles. Loved it.
Don't see it if you didn't like Sense and Sensibility
See it if you would see a flawed play with an actress doing a terrific job. Some parts very well done. The camp "Many parts" torture song was ODD.
Don't see it if you're not a member at the Public and/or can't get a good deal on a ticket
See it if you like whimsical well told stories. Puppets are great, actors playing kids fabulous. Background of WW2 mistake makes it bittersweet.
Don't see it if don't miss it.
See it if only to see Janie Dee. She is terrific. I am trying to decide if the muddle that is the last half of Act 2 is t show Linda's state of mind
Don't see it if you want a clear cut ending
See it if you like a tale well told, with bits of humor, lots of charm and a clever set constantly morphing.
Don't see it if you don't like one-man shows, no matter how good
See it if you see all of Will Eno's work. You like Michael Emerson
Don't see it if More than a dozen people left during the performance we saw and more would have, given the opportunity
See it if you want to leave trying to figure out what exactly the author was trying to provoke you to think, think about
Don't see it if If you want a longer play. It's a quick hour or so.
See it if You enjoy well crafted family dramas, consistent characterizations touched with comedy. This play and the actors are really good.
Don't see it if Discussion about/description of the holocaust would bother you.