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See it if You enjoy inventive theater that does not follow the standard format with funny and interesting characters
Don't see it if You need a traditional plot and aren’t up for being intellectually challenged.
See it if To see excellent performances. Dark material but handled with care. Very unique and successful staging. It moves along. Makes you think.
Don't see it if Depression, suicide, and similar struggles are too much for you. 3 scenes at once requires attention but it’s compelling so you’ll want to.
See it if I loved this one and could relate to the issues covered with great actors covering the challenges of aging and long term relationships.
Don't see it if you want a simple, funny play as this is hilarious at times but also sad. I enjoyed it a lot. Acting was top notch of flawed characters.
See it if You love classic theater focused on contemporary themes, has superb acting, and that has an evolving, engaging story to tell. Glad I went.
Don't see it if You want upbeat storytelling as this one goes deep. Life is unfair. Healthy to contemplate via these characters. Very memorable.
See it if Only to see the film come to life as a play. I loved the costumes and vibe and the music. It is a slow play w/ music but fun.
Don't see it if You need deep, serious, profound theater. This aims to capture a time gone by with lots of character and a bit of beautiful music.
See it if for the performances and the words. Easy to pay attention. 3 points of view. Fantastic storytelling.
Don't see it if you want a traditional play as the characters each tell their sad tale about the same issue and events while revealing personal flaws.
See it if you like theater that challenges your mind - big picture. Span of a life. Fine actors who play the same characters throughout life.
Don't see it if you want a comedy or a traditional story line. Small scenes focused on identity. I enjoyed it.
See it if for excellent performances in a play about flawed mid-life adults that you may or may not relate to but it's funny, intelligent, thoughtful.
Don't see it if you are turned off by an anti-hero as a lead character. He's complicated. Hard to like. Probably more real and complex as is true life.
See it if you want to experience a show with classic Cole Porter songs. It's informal and charming with a fun cast.
Don't see it if you need a full production with a big orchestra, sets, costumes, etc. This is focused on the original show and the CP songs.
See it if you love theater as the play and the acting are excellent. It's long but it thoroughly kept my attention and I'm so glad I saw this.
Don't see it if you need sets, costume changes, etc. as this is simple and focused on words, stories, emotions. Obv it's all on gay life historic and now.
Also one of the most memorable theatrical experiences for me in awhile.
See it if only to compare the armpit hair of Emun Elliott vs. Marisa Tomei :) Performances are great. Also loved the set, staging, lighting, costumes.
Don't see it if screaming outbursts annoy you. The tone felt uneven from serious drama to skit so audience reaction to comedy seemed tentative.
See it if you like plays that are comments on gender roles and done with a light witty style. The settings keep moving. Small cast keeps it fun.
Don't see it if you want a traditional narrative play with a big cast and sets. This presents big ideas within a smaller frame.
See it if This play is about young people trying to make their way in the world despite the many obstacles life can obstruct. Good story, pacing.
Don't see it if I found it interesting, good story and fun but maybe you don’t want a play addressing contemporary issues. Unique approach to familiar.
See it if you don't think you want to see it as it is entertaining, interesting, funny, inspiring, and a don't-miss-it play.
Don't see it if you need big sets, costumes, casts, and 3 acts. This is a multilayered talk - goes far beyond where you think it will and you might learn.
See it if You want to see this classic from a new perspective. I was thoroughly immersed and got chills. Much deeper than the last formal production.
Don't see it if you’re not into shaking things up and revisiting with a modern eye and want a full orchestra and classic casting and production.
See it if you love smart, fun musicals with excellent performances. This one rises above many. No false notes in this.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of musical comedy or if focusing on actors problems bores you. It also has a few non-PC lines and some hilarious swearing.
See it if you love 80's rock and Van Halen story in the form of a comedy skit with gender reversals. Fun elements and jokes.
Don't see it if you aren't into a comedy skit as it might not be for you. Similar to Wayne's World vibe but biography of the band.
See it if you can handle amazing acting and a politically incorrect character. It is real, messy. Actress is excellent. Funny to depressing and back.
Don't see it if you need a set, costumes, lighting pizazz, etc. This is all about the intense, and humorous monologue. Or if you hate tight seating.
See it if you appreciate top songwriting, performances, musical theater, and a bit of whimsy. There are many strong moments.
Don't see it if you don't like emotional songs, a focus on loneliness, or need theater that is grounded in realism.
See it if you like satire about our politically correct climate and an exploration of how people treat, define, and address each other. Skit-like.
Don't see it if you aren't going to be impressed with the point being made as it is very funny but also not and a bit obvious after awhile as the play goes
See it if You want to see these actors with excellent performances and are interested in a story focused on the civil rights movement.
Don't see it if You don’t like a slow story and one that goes beyond realism. Plus lots of unhappy lives.
See it if You are willing to be swept away by a very small, robust musical that starts out quirky and ends emotional.
Don't see it if You don’t like to follow along to lyrics or don’t want something about finding yourself while living within the good and bad NYC offers
See it if you like your thinking to be challenged and you are open to ambitious theater. You want to view things from different points of view.
Don't see it if you need your plays to be traditional.
See it if you like general appeal musicals with a fun script, great cast, but same as the film which might or might not be your thing. Great leads!
Don't see it if you are not into singing plays with a cast with powerful voices. Or if word for word recreation on stage is not enough for you.
See it if You love musical theater. Great cast, music, and inventive staging. You will be close to the action.
Don't see it if You prefer realism in a musical. This is more of a fable which is not a bad thing-just a preference.
See it if To see a live band perform touching songs about life and death. Very short. Was there a plot? No. Just sharing thoughts and feelings.
Don't see it if You want a full traditional theatrical experience. This seemed like the start of some life ideas but ultimately obvious and incomplete. Fun.
See it if To see great performances and the set. The writing is high quality but didn’t connect and come together for me. Seems fixable.
Don't see it if You are impatient with wordy dialogue and humor that doesn’t seem to connect with the room. Not sure how to explain. Glad I saw this though
See it if to experience a unique play and explore themes that aren’t typical. It has moments that use live theater in refreshing way.
Don't see it if You need storytelling to be at face value. This one challenges thinking, perception, and life experiences.
See it if you want Shakespeare with master actors, sets, staging, and costumes in a play that comments about money and human nature. Relatable.
Don't see it if You want a fast one as this plays out slowly and takes time via language to flesh out the basic premise in each scene. It’s fun and funny.
See it if You want to live the lives of those less fortunate with excellent dialogue, characters, actors. Cool staging. Funny and thought provoking.
Don't see it if You don’t want to go on a thorough dive into this world. I was into it as I loved the perspectives and performances. Long but in a good way.
See it if you want an intense theatrical experience. It will make you squirm. Unique. Makes you think about perspective vs. experience. Great acting.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with violence, a character being attacked. This is not fun and games. Much could be trimmed a bit. Glad I saw it.
See it if you want to go into the fictional heads of young adults that may or may not be realistic. This one's more of a mood than a play with a plot.
Don't see it if you want a structured story as this is about ideas and has a depressive outlook instead of youthful optimism. Good performances.
See it if only for the beautiful presentation of this Greek tragedy in a pool with a mesmerizing cast, costumes, lighting, and movement. Unforgettable
Don't see it if you want fast-paced story. This is to be watched and contemplated. More symbolic than literal, maybe? Take a deep breath and enjoy.
See it if you are excited to think and ponder as this presents ideas and has masterful actors. Simple. Quick.
Don't see it if you wants sets, costumes, story, etc. as this is focused on the words. It's philosophic, historical and relevant. Sometimes funny. Also sad.
See it if you want a historic political play-by-play play with great acting that's easy to follow and sometimes inspiring. I learned some things.
Don't see it if you are looking for escapism and want pure entertainment. This is a docu-drama. I didn't think I'd be into it but was.
See it if you are intrigued by being told a story that has some twists and features 2 strong performances.
Don't see it if you need elaborate sets, lights, etc. as this is simple with some cool lighting features as subtle enhancements. It could be audio only.
See it if new musicals are your thing and you lean towards Little Shop world with some great, fun moments and a talented cast. Cool sets and costumes
Don't see it if you don't like black comedy musicals and need really fast pacing. Think young, fun, bright, tongue-in-cheek.
See it if you want a traditional musical with modern themes and has excellent songs, singing, and is often very funny. You'll want to see it again.
Don't see it if you don't want your heart to be captured by a romantic comedy musical about a woman feeling trapped by her life and facing a pregnancy.
See it if you love musicals that are about concepts and married to emotional songs, lighting, performances, staging, and want to be swept away.
Don't see it if you love need a fast-paced, detailed story or romantic comedy with punchlines in your musicals as this has big romantic gorgeous themes.
See it if you love Beetlejuice kind of humor. I recommend seeing this for the incredibly creative sets, lighting, costumes, effects, props, etc.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals that focus on a young woman's "journey." As "wow" as this production is, there were some slow spots too. Glad I went
See it if you want to see Ben, clearly a great actor. Unique mood experience. Not traditional at all. I almost liked it. Glad I went.
Don't see it if non-traditional theater is not appealing to you as you will hate this intensely. Don't go to see Renee Fleming-supporting, little singing.
See it if you love traditional theater with great acting. A maid becomes a star in early cinema. Societal and personal relations complicate.
Don't see it if you aren't into a rags to riches story where more is happening than first appears. Interesting focus on human nature, race, and society.
See it if you want some genuine laughs mixed with thoughts about saving our planet. I was pulled in by the performances.
Don't see it if you don't like theater with a message or tongue in cheek fantastical moments that go from realism to ethereal.
See it if you can pay close attention to a play that is very dark and philosophical more so than anything "happening" and appreciate superb acting.
Don't see it if you need a robust storytelling versus a play about struggle and humanity on a deep level where you just take it in.
See it if you love traditional plays. It is an incredible cast and the story keeps you engaged.
Don't see it if plays can be too slow for you as this is a full evening of theater which can be good or too much for some.
See it if You want a well crafted play with some great performances and characters who are relatable to today despite different times.
Don't see it if You don’t like to watch characters who are frustrating and make bad decisions plus one who is a bit hard to believe.
See it if you love theater that challenges your thinking and like to be inspired.
Don't see it if you need a traditional play and hate thinking about politics.
See it if you want a play that is entertaining but then also has deeper levels of meaning and taking unexpected positions considering the title
Don't see it if you simply want a traditional play without much depth.
See it if you want a general appeal audience-pleaser of a fun musical. The kids are great and not cloying to my relief. Same with the replacement lead
Don't see it if musicals are not fun for you. This is the movie but on stage. You get what you expect plus more.
See it if you like to open your mind to creative and challenging “weird” theater as well as moments of shock related to violence, sex, bodies, etc.
Don't see it if you want a traditional play and can’t “go” along with actors of all ages playing 13. Or if offended by edgy, envelope-pushing theater.