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See it if If you'd like to see a superbly acted and staged play based upon real people.
Don't see it if You hate Murdoch and what he's done to publishing and media in general (I don't like what he's done either - but the show is still great).
See it if If you'd like to see a fun, joyous, effervescent show with some terrific music.
Don't see it if If you want something profound and political statements given by today's standards.
See it if You'd like an intelligent show about diverse cultures' chance meeting where they recognizes their similarities rather than differences.
Don't see it if If you prefer a show with razzle dazzle.
See it if Go if you like to see a fun show and still believe in rock & roll. Stick it to the man!!
Don't see it if You don't like kids (no matter how talented) and rather listen to Kanye or Celine (I pity you).
See it if If you like a well-acted play examining the the connection between art, commerce and one's mind.
Don't see it if You're expecting a children's tale.
See it if You're not adverse to poking fun at the Bible.
Don't see it if You don't like excessive, unnecessary profanity or a promising concept poorly executed.
Also On the plus side there was no obligatory rap number!
See it if Your idea of good theater is a fractured confusing, erratic time-hopping mess that does little to nothing to address its dramatic themes.
Don't see it if You expect a linear plot, conflict and/or resolution.
Also There is some decent acting. Especially from the lead: Jenny Piersol
See it if You like an enormously entertaining show that features music with a bit of poetry, dance and history.
Don't see it if No reason not to see this show (except that it's run is already over).
See it if You like to suffer through an lifeless, unfunny comedy that could've been written by drunken teens in their basement (and perhaps it was).
Don't see it if Just don't
See it if You'd like a nice, little children friendly magic show with well performed illusions.
Don't see it if You're looking for a well-rounded or sophisticated "act" that plays to the entire house - left & right - and not just center. Loud music.
See it if You'd like a lightweight show about the lives of a cross-section of New Yorkers who are in transit (in more ways than one).
Don't see it if You prefer to hear musicians backing up the singers rather than a human beatbox (which is way too loud in the mix).
See it if If you like to ponder the meaning of life and death in a non-sequitor manner.
Don't see it if You're looking for a linear plot or don't want to think too hard.
Also I defy anyone to leave the theatre without a smile on thier face.
See it if You like characters who recall their the past in a meandering manner with occasional humor to keep your interest.
Don't see it if If you like a play with a clear, linear plot or do not want to watch a stage lit only by candles through half the show.
Also So much acting talent wasted.
See it if You like an intelligent play that highlights the difficulty that women face breaking into the "boy's club".
Don't see it if You don't like easily defined characters.
See it if If you like an old-fashioned charming musical with some great dance sequences.
Don't see it if If you'd prefer a show with more substance in the plot and more memorable tunes
See it if You'd like to see an absolutely magical world performed by an incredible neuro-inclusive cast.
Don't see it if Don't go if you lack the ability to appreciate whimsy and fantasy.
See it if You like British humour that doesn't necessarily have a payoff.
Don't see it if You like your British humour to be sharp, quick-witted and funny - not merely amusing
See it if If you like an absorbing dialogue between two literary giant friends
Don't see it if If you want a play with razzle dazzle or a linear plot. This is a conversation and can go off on tangents
See it if If you like a play that looks at the paths our lives and whether we have the ability to change that path.
Don't see it if If you're expecting a conflict & resolution plot-line from a casual cocktail party.
See it if You enjoy a one man show of pointed political satire that includes a primer on activism and what one person can achieve.
Don't see it if You endorse 45.
See it if You like an amusing, energetic one-person autobiographical show that questions where one fits in (and what lengths one will go to).
Don't see it if you don't care for one-person autobiographies.
See it if You like a farce based on historical figures and free champagne!
Don't see it if You prefer you comedy traditional and don't like actors playing multiple - possibly confusing - role.
Also Alyssa Simon as Alice was especially good and the second act dragged.
See it if If you like biographical one-person show dramas.
Don't see it if If you don't like stories of religeous conversion or expect anecdotes about the writing of the Narnia series.
See it if You like a lightweight show with pleasant but ultimately unmemorable music (and whose message takes far too long to be stated).
Don't see it if You expect to hear polished singers or a well-defined plot-line.
See it if If you like a clever, modern-language courtroom trial of an historical figure.
Don't see it if You don't like excessive profanity or long-winded monologues that could and should be edited drastically.
See it if You like well-acted play that attempts to reconcile the past with the present.
Don't see it if You don't like non-linear works, an unappealing lead character or plots that don't fully resolve.
See it if You would enjoy a play about how a group of college friends deal with the grief and loss of one of their own.
Don't see it if If you don't want to feel the need to decompress after the show or care for deliberately "amateur" productions.
See it if If you like an intriguing contemporary work along the lines of Andy Kaufman and Pee-Wee Herman.
Don't see it if If you don't like non-linear, self absorbed, semi-autobiographical vignettes (with music).