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See it if if you want to see theater that will make you rethink – and better yet, take action – about how our choices affect others.
Don't see it if if you don’t want to see one of the singularly most important pieces of theater i’ve seen in 40 years of theater-going in New York.
See it if you recognize that David Greenspan is one of the most important theater artists of our age and you are willing to invest in this experiment.
Don't see it if if you're not interested in seeing theater push to it's limits; if you are not astounded by disciplined craft and experimentation.
See it if You want to hear singing and musicianship that will take your breath away in a promising piece (that needs a bit of book tightening).
Don't see it if You are impatient with plot twists that may need some TLC for the piece to reach to the stars that it sings so beautifully of.
See it if You want to see how musical theater can be enormously entertaining even as it examines important issues and our/my/your ethics.
Don't see it if If you want mindless pablum and shallow sentiment during our time of such political crisis, or you don't believe in responsible citizenship.
See it if You like smart, thrilling work, conceived and executed with great care and commitment by a team collaborating at the highest level.
Don't see it if You are not curious about the struggle to achieve.
See it if you share a Roand Dahl sensibility of the fine line of sinister and redemptive. And that we are wise to learn from kids.
Don't see it if you don't like challenging ideas served with exquisite song and dance. And adults portrayed as grotesque brats.
See it if you can afford the B'way tx to see campy sketches better suited to a small theater. Also, Jennifer Simard's nun is a comic masterpiece.
Don't see it if you have no affection for the goofy retro pop songs that (even with able comic intervention) remind us why crafted theater songs matter.
See it if You want a pleasant, goofily interesting time w a teacher who loves being loved & 2 unintendingly funny student helpers looking on warily.
Don't see it if If you aren't a nerdy kid at heart. Or fear for your life when nitrogen-dipped roses shatter, too close for comfort!
See it if you want to feast on Bedlam's incredible combination of technique and theatrical innovation.
Don't see it if you don't like extraordinary, moving, hilarious theater.
See it if you want to be surprised and moved by an incredible collaboration of performance writing and stagecraft
Don't see it if you don't like great theater
See it if the idea of 4 performers masterfully playing 18 instruments & singing like hobo angels sounds amazing, you will be moved & transported.
Don't see it if you have no interest in honestly looking at America's past or learning about one of America's great cultural treasures.
See it if You enjoy theater classics explored in visual and percussive ways; extremely spectacular productions, and great, stylized ensemble work.
Don't see it if If you want to see the intimacy of ONeill's work, and suspect that flashy stylization is apologizing for a play's datedness or weaknesses.
See it if You worship Michael Starobin's original genius orchestrations of this masterwork. Got the Sondheim gene? You'll be dizzy from the height...
Don't see it if The finale will make you sob out loud and ruin it for everyone else! ;)
See it if you want to bask in the genius of one of the most important living writers; his works are among the most meaningful theater works I've seen.
Don't see it if you don't feast on a steady diet of life's ironies, hate wordplay, and dread theatrical riddles...
See it if ...you are interested in how creative theater artists can use technological tools to powerful, insightful narrative effect.
Don't see it if ...you want theater to spoon-feed you what you already know...
See it if you are moved by honest probing work free of cheap, manipulative plots. Journey to the crossroads of performance, heart, and smarts.
Don't see it if you don't want to see the thrilling promise of 21c theater that can soulfully shake, challenge, and move you w/o deceit and fakey sentiment.
See it if you're a fan of Alex Timber's innovative direction & amused by a 70's country score performed by rollicking cast & cute lumbersexuals band .
Don't see it if you aren't interested in seeing quite an imperfect show given a vigorous revival.
See it if you want to see a show so funny, moving, unforgettably brilliant, full of imagination, craft, great songs and most importantly real humanity
Don't see it if you don't want anything to challenge your small-minded world view