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See it if you like great voices, & need a reminder of how little time has passed and how very deep the trench still is where our prejudices lie.
Don't see it if You can’t look past some rough staging and an underdeveloped script to see wonderful performers who are carving out an important message.
See it if you are interested in getting to know yourself better, reflecting on our society's treatment of women and want to be a vehicle for change.
Don't see it if you want to distance yourself from feeling complicit, don't like being presented with tough questions or are uncomfortable with nudity.
See it if you are interested in watching a delightful few actors do wonders with simplicity and language.
Don't see it if you are unwilling to sit through some less than stellar performances in exchange for a few diamonds in the rough.
See it if you know the story of Peer Gynt, enjoy fast paced musical adaptations and talented actor/instrumentalists.
Don't see it if you're looking for a fleshed out or traditionalist performance of a story you've never seen or heard before, you have a sensitivity to sound
See it if you appreciate great chemistry between leading ladies, have a penchant for southern plays, or are fans of the Golden Age of cinema.
Don't see it if you don't like the sound of a southern dialect, are looking for something revolutionary and groundbreaking, or need a tidy ending.
See it if you appreciate parodies or mashups of mythology in a modern context, like ensemble based theatrics with narrative movement to support text.
Don't see it if you are easily offended by strong language, nudity or stylized simulation of sex.
See it if you've never seen a production, are looking for an entertaining night in the park, or desire to see standup actors tell a timeless tale.
Don't see it if you are sensitive to gunfire, themes of terrorism or violence, or are a stickler for traditionalist Shakespeare.
See it if Do not. There is no redeeming reason. No art taking place. This is beyond amateur and mediocre. This company should be dismantled/eradicated
Don't see it if you have a modicum of respect for yourself and for performance as an art form.
See it if You love Shakespeare, are an audience member who likes to be engaged, and enjoy watching actors with beautiful range play multiple roles.
Don't see it if You can't commit to an evening at the theatre, don't appreciate non traditional casting, or are turned off by impure Shakespeare
See it if You have never before seen this play, and are trusting enough to lean into the uncomfortable in order to gain insight about humanity.
Don't see it if You are made uncomfortable by stories of abuse, find it difficult to access language through an actors affectation.
See it if you enjoy and understand British humor and want to watch some masterful actors living simply and truthfully onstage.
Don't see it if you don't have an appreciation for watching slice of life drama or can't appreciate quiet within a piece of theatre.
See it if you love the music of the Estefans, are a fan of beautiful dancing or want a not so stuffy evening at the theatre.
Don't see it if you were hoping for a groundbreaking genre defying new musical theatre production.
See it if You are ready for a transforming night of theatre, gorgeously orchestrated intimate performances and smart as a whip storytelling.
Don't see it if You are unprepared to share laughter and tears with your fellow theatre goers.
See it if You came up practicing, are currently engaged in or have ever passed judgment on the Christian faith and are ready to think about why.
Don't see it if You have to see this play!
See it if You like Sam Shepard or Sam Rockwell. Are a lighting or sound designer or have never seen this play before.
Don't see it if You should see it. It is a good production. I only felt that the leads lack a little of the chemistry that drives these two characters.
See it if You are familiar with the story of Macbeth, enjoy physical theatre or clown and can appreciate a creative lens on a classic story.
Don't see it if You're a purist Shakespeare nut who needs language or can't appreciate story without a Broadway production value.
See it if You are interested in being masterfully guided through a human experience, have ever questioned the finite nature of relationships.
Don't see it if You don't like one-person shows, are expecting a large scaled production value, or dislike stories told through movement.
See it if You appreciate a socially conscious play which pulls no punches in exposing darker truths in each of us and our collective humanity.
Don't see it if You are easily upset by some adult subject matter, or prefer comedy and realism to drama with a taste for the occasional abstract.
See it if you appreciate physical comedy in period style; smart quick wit and wordplay; simple, effective staging and a wealth of talented actors.
Don't see it if you lack the ability to laugh at the occasional raunchy joke or have no appreciation for iambic pentameter, even when it makes fun of itself
See it if You're in need of a reunion with your formative years that reminds you who you value and that you do in fact love who you've become.
Don't see it if You'd just as soon leave the 90s and all reminders they happened behind you; you don't like parallel plot structure or strong female leads.
See it if you love engaging, masterful storytelling; are looking for an experience that will redefine how you think about theatre, appreciate tech.
Don't see it if you have a problem sitting through a two hour show, are looking for a more visual than auditory experience, dislike technology in theatre.
See it if you enjoy stylized and devised movement as a means of storytelling or have an appreciation for Welsh culture and dialects.
Don't see it if you find it difficult to access content through the ear of a dialect not your own, are not a fan of movement or prefer fast moving plots.
See it if looking for a way to engage with others, both actors and audience alike; need a second to breathe and relax while being entertained.
Don't see it if you can't sit still for an hour and a half, prefer lots of dialogue in your theatre or are morally opposed to male nudity onstage.
See it if You are looking for a laugh, to be entertained, told a story and to fall in love with actors having fun with one another.
Don't see it if You like your theatre to take itself too seriously or have an extreme distaste for folk music.
See it if You appreciate seeing actors and directors overcome ineffectual writing, or enjoy surface comedies that you don't have to think about.
Don't see it if You are looking for a fresh take on relationship archetypes or dislike shows that are aware of themselves in an ironic sense.
See it if You are interested in an honest and truly unbiased discussion of racism or are interested in transitional dance infused theate
Don't see it if You are not willing to be engaged in open minded discussion of real life human rights issues.
See it if you've never been to an immersive theatre piece, are going with friends who aren't typically theatregoers, love modern dance.
Don't see it if You prefer to be sitting for a show, have aversions to nudity, aren't comfortable having a personal experience.
See it if You want to hear a talented fresh voice, have interest in learning about the world outside your living room, and enjoy pleasant endings.
Don't see it if You can't appreciate some imperfections and a production that takes a little while to find its stride.
See it if You have been previously unexposed to this great work of Shakespeare's, like crossover between musicians and actors.
Don't see it if You enjoy well executed and creative movement in theatre, you expect a cast who is masterful with language across the board.
See it if You can really watch life happen onstage and open yourself up to the pain of others. Enjoy a smart piece of writing with some poignancy.
Don't see it if You can't sit still for three hours.