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See it if Smart, solid stand-up. Its real value is to introduce the audience to a perspective and thought processes they might not have anticipated.
Don't see it if Some of it is a little raunchy for conservative tastes.
See it if All of the actors are first rate, and there are occasional passages that give them the chance to show it.
Don't see it if The various stories line do not connect in a cumulative way.
See it if You want to see a classic stripped down to an intimate scale.
Don't see it if The idea of a guy singing about murder looking in your eye makes you quesy.
See it if If you want to become familiar with a lesser-known Bock and Harnick score that shows them working in top form.
Don't see it if If you want to see a good show fully realized.
See it if you are a Laura Benanti fan and think one of life's great tragedies is that Bock and Harnick didn't write more shows together.
Don't see it if you must have electric guitars.
See it if you have the ability to lose yourself in narrative and have a fondness for WICKED and other stories spun off from the Oz books.
Don't see it if you want a lot of witty dialogue.
See it if ... you like your Chekhov straight up, without gimmicks but with a first-rate cast doing conscientious work.
Don't see it if ... you don't have the patience for Chekhov. A lot of people don't.
See it if you appreciate an unflinching look at family politics. Uncompromising with great performances by the whole cast--brava Smith, Cameron, Day.
Don't see it if you don't have the patience for unhurried naturalism.
See it if You have an appetite for an entertaining introduction to another culture and want to see a company of actors new to you win you over.
Don't see it if You're bothered too much by coincidence or sentiment. They go with the territory for this kind of play, so let go and enjoy.