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See it if You enjoy a theatrical presentation with the imagination needed to "see" what is happening. If you enjoy one person shows.
Don't see it if You like kitchen sink realism.
See it if You love The Wizard of Oz, love great musicals, love musicals with a strong book.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals or are looking for something profound.
See it if You like wonderful acting and a strong book musical, very funny dialogue and songs, kids doing a great job onstage.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals, want to see something profound and thought-provoking and/or have trouble understanding people with accents.
See it if you like thought-provoking shows which are beautifully acted and written. Poignant but with lots of humor.
Don't see it if You like only light comedy and musicals.
See it if You are interested in history, politics, current events treated in a thought-provoking and often very humorous way.
Don't see it if if you want a conventional plot and characters. Don't see it if you don't care about political issues or think you already know everything.
See it if you like stylized, theatrical productions. This show is wonderful - Thackeray's novel told in a way that only theater can.
Don't see it if you don't like stylized, theatrical productions, if you only like kitchen sink realism.
See it if You love theatrical presentation, plays with music, both comedy and drama, substantive theatre
Don't see it if you dislike actors playing multiple roles, theatrical staging.
See it if If you love Shakespeare, you want to see a masterful staging of one his seldom produced plays.
Don't see it if You simply can't wrap your head around Shakespeare even if it's superbly done. Which this is.
See it if If you like clever and original concepts - in this case, sort of an adult Sesame Street.
Don't see it if If you are expecting something with puppets to be for kids or don't like "adult" language.
See it if You love innovative theatre that breaks the fourth wall and give you a different take on a classical play. If you love great ensemble work.
Don't see it if You like traditional plays and staging and/or you are uncomfortable with "adult" language and/or nudity.
See it if Sylvia is a delight for anyone looking for an evening of well-written, well-acted comedy. And Annaleigh Ashford as Sylvia is wonderful.
Don't see it if you are looking for high drama or deep meaning.