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See it if you love camp (in every sense) and a lean production of inventive found objects. The music will be stuck in your head the rest of the night!
Don't see it if you're not interested in seeing another show about another whiny teenage white boy
See it if you admire great acting and think all shows should be 90min with no intermission! Not a Shakespeare snoozefest at all!
Don't see it if you're a Shakespeare purist — this production is trimmed down and gives the lead, Isabelle, more autonomy
See it if want to see great chemistry between Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, admire a tight script, have little sympathy for Hillary Clinton
Don't see it if you hate a slow-burning plot
See it if you love a sung-through musical, loved Great Comet, want to see a stunning show by a female creative team, love inventive music
Don't see it if you need the through-line to be in-your-face, want a big tap-dancing ensemble, don't want to be dazzled by innovative theater
See it if you love a heartfelt story about people in a small community rallying together
Don't see it if literally no reason not to see it — it's absolutely delightful and for everyone
See it if you like to be drawn into the world and exposition — you will slowly learn who each character is and what parenting in the 70s is like
Don't see it if you don't like reading into the subtext of a moment, want everything to be spelled out to you, feel uncomfortable when plays examine racism
See it if you love absurdism, feel overwhelmed by the patriarchy, want to laugh at workplace drama, love a dazzling cast and set
Don't see it if you want characters to have 100% realistic conversations, you can't laugh at hyperbolic situations
See it if you want more feminism on stage, to grapple with motherhood in the 21st century, to ponder what's holding you back in your own life
Don't see it if you don't want to see an all-female cast uncomfortably staged by a male director, or want a true ensemble cast full of dynamic characters
See it if you want to be amazed by tricks of the mind! I was truly blown away by the illusions in this production
Don't see it if you hate hate hate audience participation
See it if you love when a great performance carries the piece — Cillian Murphy's performance is compelling enough to see this show.
Don't see it if you need a clear plot and through-line with external action
See it if you want to see POC reclaim stories of slavery and the trauma that comes with it
Don't see it if you are easily made uncomfortable by scenes of graphic trauma, such as rape, domestic violence, and murder
See it if you love My Fair Lady
Don't see it if think misogyny is a plague and don't want to see a musical that perpetuate these tropes instead of subverting them
See it if you love Kelli O'Hara and want to see her shine, love exceptional tap dancing
Don't see it if you're bored by a long show, want the patriarchy subverted or questioned extensively
See it if you love the music of R&H but have been bored and disappointed by recent revivals that don't do enough to subvert misogynistic tropes
Don't see it if you're afraid of the dark, afraid of sexual tension, don't like to be an audience member who's complicit in the action
See it if you like a play that has a lot to say, if your life fell apart when Trump was elected, if you have gone on dates with self-involved men
Don't see it if you already saw "Daddy" because it's just the same story of being codependent on a person who sucks instead this time with a white woman
See it if you love dysfunctional family dramedies, captivating acting from a small cast, dark humor, existential benders, toast
Don't see it if you hate an abrupt ending, boys-will-be-boys masculinity, drunken absurdism, all-white casts (seriously Roundabout?)