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See it if Two excellent performances by Ryan McCartan and Taylor Iman Jones and an intermittently funny version of Spicoli by Jay Armstrong Johnson.
Don't see it if You are a Shakespeare aficionado. The poor guy is spinning.
See it if You like brilliant staging, wonderful acting and want to be moved. You can deal with a Yiddish FIDDLER with supertitles.
Don't see it if If you are Antisemitic. Otherwise GO!
See it if You love and/or are open to Shakespeare. You want to see two great performances: Glenda Jackson and Jane Houdyshell.
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare. Can't sit still for three and a half hours
See it if A complete joy from start to finish. Acting, dancing, singing, direction...everything was wonderful. I'm going to see it again. And I did.
Don't see it if Do not see it if you agree with Mike Pence and are homophobic. Otherwise...GO!
See it if I thought the acting was uniformly excellent with Urie's reading sounding too much like a Fierstein impersonator.
Don't see it if I did not like the way Act One was staged, but loved the naturalistic staging of Act 2. Don't see it if you are a homophobe,
See it if You like good-natured, high energy wonderfully performed musicals with a subtle message of love who you want.
Don't see it if Don't see it if you are an old stick in the mud, ultra-Conservative, anti-LGBTQ and can't enjoy a show that audiences love.
See it if You'll like the how if you want to be schooled in hospice care. Also if you love bickering leading to nothing.
Don't see it if You don't want to see an ugly family screeching around a dying matriarch.
See it if Though this production is old, it is not creaky. After seeing it for the fourth time, I still love it. Still has the old razzle dazzle.
Don't see it if Don't see it if you don't like great dancing and singing.
See it if You love acting of the highest quality. Jackson, Metcalf, and Pill are marvelous. The direction and stagecraft are breathtakingly beautiful.
Don't see it if If you are afraid to think. If you need light entertainment. If you are a child.
See it if If you want an opulent old fashioned musical with amazing dancing and singing.
Don't see it if Don't see it if you like Bernadette Peters. I have seen Dollys from Channing to Bailey to Martha Raye and they all exuded warmth.
See it if You like p[eriod pieces with gorgeous costumes, wonderful sets and a good second act.
Don't see it if In act one everything seemed forced, as if the lyricist couldn't find a good rhyme so he settle on a cliched lyric.
See it if Williams, Inge and Foote country. Drew me in completely. Wonderful, intense acting. Will see it again and take friends.
Don't see it if If you are a homophobe, religious fanatic or don't wish to be involved with a moving, heartbreaking story.
See it if Well constructed, but the entire production, including the acting, left me cold. One of the female leads could not be heard in the balcony.
Don't see it if You don't want to be depressed. A big let down.
See it if You like cute, slapstick and/or believe what Ben Brantley says.
Don't see it if A little slapstick goes a long way. Don't like plays that know they are terribly funny and pour it on.
See it if You like wonderful acting and singing in a thought provoking production. See it if you want to be moved by a great script. Hell, just SEE IT
Don't see it if All you like is pizzazz. This is a small production about how we are trapped both intentionally and unintentionally. Not for prudes.
See it if You like wonderful, moving theater with GREAT acting. See it if you want to laugh and cry, sometimes at the same time. A celebration of life
Don't see it if All you want is splash. (OBVIOUSLY THIS REVIEW WAS PUT UNDER THE WRONG SHOW. SPEAKING HERE, OF COURSE OF THE COLOR PURPLE.)
See it if Brilliant adaptation of the excellent book.
Don't see it if You are sure theater is not for you.
See it if You'd like a liife affirming play about the kindeness and generosity of others after 9/11.
Don't see it if You need lavish scenery and a linear plotline. You don't like a loud frenetic musical.
See it if Great cast. Great mood set. You like new and daring shows. You want to see a new and more human take on Jud Fry, by wonderful Patrick Vaill
Don't see it if You loved Hugh Jackman's or Gordon MacRae's version. You don't like revisionist staging and very little dancing.
See it if You like ersatz Beckett or Ionesco. You are anxious to see a well-intentioned mess. Iamb not impressed.
Don't see it if You've seen Nathan Lane do the same shtick for the last thirty years and are tired of it. You are turned off by a stage of dead bodies.
See it if Intimate and beautiful. Touching, funny and heartbreaking. Wonderful cast and band.
Don't see it if If you like a 50 piece orchestra and a huge enswemble, this is not for you. A chamber piece, not a symphony.
See it if I am not a Kenneth Lonergan fan, but THE WAVERLY GALLERY, his memory play, is magnificent.
Don't see it if It is terribly sad. If you know or have known, someone with dementia it is going to be rough going for you as it was for me. Bring tissues.
See it if Groundbreaking, hilarious, heartbreaking with wonderful acting and direction are your thing. Not dated at all.
Don't see it if Kind of hard to hear words that are now politically correct and hurtful to minorities used. You won't give a new cast a chance.
See it if If you like magnificent theater in all ways, this is for you. Not a crier, but this magnificent production had me going.
Don't see it if If you only like "new" musicals with no melody and banal lyrics.
See it if The brilliance of Tennessee Williams' writing brought to life through the acting of an excellent cast led by the magnificent Marin Ireland.
Don't see it if If you can't deal with no scenery and have no imagination
See it if You enjoy thought provoking theater with wonderful acting by all involved. The direction was flawless, the almost bare set evocative.
Don't see it if You want to be made to think and examine your own lives. This ain't a musical!!!!
See it if You like talky plays that take forever to get to the point they are tying to make. Good acting. Make sure you have had enough sleep.
Don't see it if If you don't like soporific tales that are told with agonizing slowness.
See it if You like powerful plays that make you think while you are being pulled into a dystopian world of violence. Jonno Davies is a breakout star.
Don't see it if Don't see it if brute power is not your cup of tea or if your sensibilities are easily offended.
See it if You like intense, beautifully staged, daring, heartbreaking plays.
Don't see it if You don't like repetitive, historical plays. Mainly, don't see it if you are anti Semetic and/or homophobic.
See it if You like Lloyd Weber's beautiful songs. Great orchestrations, and mainly the incredible Glenn Close. Saw it first 20 years ago. Better now.
Don't see it if If you don't like bravura performances that will long stay with you.
See it if You like wonderful acting staged by a master director. I have seen umpteen productions of PICNIC and this is by far the best.
Don't see it if You have no imagination and need full scenery to enjoy a play. You don't like bare bones productions in a barn like space.
See it if You love great acting. A one man show like no other.Sound effects through provided earphones puts you in the story. A great experience.
Don't see it if You can't suspend disbelief or if you cannot deal with a new experience.
See it if I never liked this play. This staging has made what I consider a bit of a bore, a blazing never to be forgotten experience.
Don't see it if you are not open to new things.