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See it if You like plays that jump around and make you figure things out. Also plays that reflect today's life even though they are not contemporary.
Don't see it if You want things spelled out completely.
See it if You like O'Neill and are open to new interpretations. This often seemed more like a performance piece than a play.
Don't see it if You do not like O'Neill, no matter how presented.
See it if You like existential plays and particularly if you are a Signature subscriber, because almost all their current offerings pertain to death.
Don't see it if You want a literal approach to things.
See it if You want to see exquisite musicianship and historical piece about Woody Guthrie. Imaginatively presented.
Don't see it if You don't want to learn about historical leftist views.
See it if Must see if you were in NYC during 9/11, if you like uplifting, inspirational plays full of heart.
Don't see it if You think such plays as above are insipid or overly sentimental, which this is no.
See it if You like edgy musicals, are interested in the gay rights movement, and are open to seeing the development of numerous characters.
Don't see it if You like traditional plays and characters.
See it if You like serious plays and musicals on difficult subjects.
Don't see it if You are easily offended or limit your theater-going scope.
See it if You like period pieces. The hair, costumes, and sets were sometimes more interesting than the dialogue.
Don't see it if You want a faster-moving piece. the reviews led me to think this would be crackling-sharp. Not so.