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See it if you like one-man shows about famous Broadway actors. The show is a little fluffy in the beginning, but gains riveting intensity by the end.
Don't see it if you want a big, extravaganza of a show with a happy ending.
See it if you want a family drama with great dialog. While a long play, it does not drag along. Pretty much keeps your interest throughout.
Don't see it if you don't like family angst. Ethnic (Jewish) issues may not interest everybody. The ending is a bit obscure.
See it if you want an absurdist play. Kind of interesting and does make a point in the end. Some funny moments. Some unexplained moments.
Don't see it if you don't want a plot that can ware a little thin along the way. You need to suspend some believably.
See it if you like a tap dancing musical. Energetic cast works hard and does a very good job with so-so numbers. The old standbys are great.
Don't see it if you want good original material. Musical numbers between the old standbys are ho-hum.
See it if An intense experience. All out performance brings new perspective to old poem ("The Rime of the Ancient Mariner") Knowing the poem helps.
Don't see it if you don't like one-man shows. This unsanitized version may be unsettling for some. Not for the faint of heart.
See it if you like actor chemistry. Ideas about ethnicity and class are interesting. Dialog is easy to listen to and time goes by quickly.
Don't see it if don't want some kind of preachy dialog. Not too heavy handed, fortunately.
See it if you like great staging, singing and dancing. Energetic performances keep the show moving briskly along. The time goes by very quickly.
Don't see it if won't work at understanding what is going on. The ending was not fully satisfying, but the journey counts much more than the destination.
See it if you want a different show. Buckley's 'hipster' lingo predates wrappers of today. Some very cleaver and original stuff.
Don't see it if don't like jazz music. Timely political update might not sit well with the Trumpettes.
See it if for period theater. Convincing sets and costumes are a backdrop for witty repartee between two great performers. Knowing the story helps.
Don't see it if you don't like dramas about sex and power. The ending game could be better developed.
See it if you like a perky musical. Talented cast performs original music with verve. The show moves along well and is easy to watch.
Don't see it if are not interested 50s and 60s women's issues. First act is fun. Second act gets slightly cliched and preachy, but doesn't spoil the fun .
See it if a very unique show. The show is one-of-a-kind original. A little too much physical humor for me, but interesting and fun none the less.
Don't see it if don't like a quirky show. I did not relate with some of the songs, although they were performed well.
See it if for an experience. Use of headphones unique and highly effective. Full bore performance tells engrossing story. Nothing like it on Broadway.
Don't see it if want a calm evening at the theater.
See it if you want a show about the fall of South Vietnam and the aftermath of the displaced people. Predictable story.
Don't see it if gratuitous profanity that doesn't add much offends. Some characters not really believable and annoying to watch. 45min should be cut.
See it if you like English period pieces. A fine cast brings the 1773 play alive. A long play goes by quickly.
Don't see it if you don't like English accents and Old English references. You may miss things.
See it if you like seeing well seasoned actors. Interesting play, lovely set. Knowing the two original plays, while not necessary, greatly helps.
Don't see it if you want action and don't like character-centric plays.
See it if you want to know more about Bernstein. Engaging performance holds interest throughout. Heavy on early life, could have more on later years.
Don't see it if you are not interested in classical music. Don't like one-man shows.
See it if like a fun show. No need to have watched Golden Girls. Actors do a great job with puppets being absorbed into their roles.
Don't see it if don't like TV sitcoms, in general.
See it if you like snappy conversation. Very good acting and staging. Interesting characters that, by the play's end, are not entirely believable.
Don't see it if want a play with a clear ending. It ended leaving me scratching my head.
See it if you like intense stories. Terrific acting. Great first act. I didn't like the direction the second act took. Interesting, none the less.
Don't see it if you don't like slower moving dramas that take time to build. Could be a bit shorter.
See it if you want a well paced story that explores female aging in our society. It makes you wonder how we think about women as time passes.
Don't see it if you don't like thoughtful dramas.
See it if you want will fun show. The A Capella musical showcases excellent cast singing . The show is easy to watch. Beatboxing is a plus.
Don't see it if you want a serious evening. The plot is a bit cliched (boy meets girl, etc.)
See it if you want a unique show. The circus-like show is expertly performed. The blue men work hard at entertaining. Great for a light evening.
Don't see it if you don't like percussion. The mostly drumming accompaniment can give some people a headache.
See it if you like puppets. The puppeteers do a great job in blending into the background. Fun to watch even if you don't relate to the politics.
Don't see it if you don't like puppets or fantasy. A bit of ribald action may offend some. After all the fun, it left me a little flat.
See it if for a highly talented cast performing as a well-oiled machine. Great character interaction, both physical and verbal. Many fun moments.
Don't see it if want a unnecessary long show. The first act could easily be cut and the important parts merged into the much better 2nd and 3rd acts.
See it if you like early the 20th century drama form. A three act play, not tons of action, a lot of (sometimes witty) dialog.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable exploring different marriage arrangements.
See it if Three actors playing the same person is well done. Some interesting nuggets presented. Come well rested and ready to pay close attention.
Don't see it if you want a play with action. It can get a little tedious at times.
See it if you know and love the Wizard of OZ. Interesting movie facts pepper the show. Cleaver use of sound stage and video throughout. Worthwhile.
Don't see it if you are not a Wiz fan. Some political bias may be a turnoff for some. App usage, while well meaning and harmless, does not add much.
See it if you like a cabaret of old well know songs. Very engaging and charmingly performed. I wanted more. The show should be half hour longer.
Don't see it if you don't like one-women shows. Or you don't like the old classics. Or you like a short show.
See it if you want a melodramatic exploration of war related issues. Various problems are discussed through a government questioning lens.
Don't see it if you don't like an intense and ponderous play. Political overtones may turn some viewers off. Not for a light evening's entertainment.
See it if you like detailed character studies. Very accomplished actors keep this from disaster. Some interesting ideas, but a lot to sit through.
Don't see it if you don't like long, slow plays. At 3+ hours, there is a lot to sit through. It should be at least 45 minutes shorter.
See it if you want a very well acted one-women show. Cleaver premise works. Characterizations are terrific. Makes you think a little.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a show about sex workers.
See it if you like a one women show about understanding and accepting who you are. Anybody can relate to the stories told. Time goes by very fast.
Don't see it if don't like shows about family.
See it if want to explore societal reactions to whistle blowers telling unpopular truths. Very timely given today's politics. A bit heavy handed.
Don't see it if want a light and fun evening. Or you don't like theater with tough subjects
See it if you like great actor chemistry and fun dialog. While the show's premise is stretched, they do a great job of making this work.
Don't see it if you don't like character explorations. Not much action.
See it if want to punish yourself. Story may have some redeeming value, but sophomoric situations and execution are so poor it is painful.
Don't see it if you have anything else to do.
See it if you like politically relevant subject matter. Unfortunately, like a one-joke show, the theme tires out quickly.
Don't see it if you want fully developed play. This is a first time showing that needs work.