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See it if You would enjoy theatre which explores a very real and provocative mindset in American rural culture.
Don't see it if You can not handle theatre which challenges religious doctrine and ideology.
See it if You are familiar with Macbeth & enjoy inventive theatre. I honestly do not understand how anyone who's into Shakespeare could not love it
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable being blindfolded. Seriously though, this needs to be remounted somewhere.
See it if You appreciate Shakespearean adaptations - this one is particularly gorgeous. She is incredibly talented.
Don't see it if You don't like solo shows (but honestly, she is so good at storytelling, that you forget all the other characters aren't actually there).
See it if You enjoy fantastic acting and masterful directing.
Don't see it if You don't like realism or are just looking for more surreal, untraditional theatre.
See it if You enjoy provocative theatre. Personally though, I wish "Godot" had remained an imagined fear and the story/conceits simplified.
Don't see it if You don't like being hit over the head with a message (even one you agree with).
See it if You enjoy abstraction more than clear narrative - it's like an abstract painting had a baby with a multi-media art installation.
Don't see it if You can't lay on a yoga mat for an hour without body pains.
See it if You enjoy terrifically heartbreaking and entertaining music and storytelling
Don't see it if You are homophobic or don't like theatre in the round.
See it if You appreciate beautiful dancing and a short, but sweet, message about conservation.
Don't see it if You prefer clear narratives over poetic symbolism.
See it if you are a woman, or know a woman. This is extremely important, brave theatre.
Don't see it if you aren't prepared for a truth marathon. It goes on a little long, but, honestly, even just seeing Act One would be worth it.