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See it if You want a contemporary drama with strong characters dealing with selling out, staying true, compromise, the power of media, hubris.
Don't see it if You are easily confused about modern competitive techniques, especially in high-end restaurants.
See it if You really like second or third rate sitcoms based on tired, cliched dialogue full of a, s, p, and f words and dirty jokes.
Don't see it if You prefer good plays based on substantive and meaningful situations that are complex and true to life.
See it if You like conservative political diatribes by millennials nostalgic for their old college days, spoken entirely in the dark (a metaphor?)
Don't see it if You prefer action, a well-lighted stage, a plot, well-defined characters, interesting dialogue.
See it if you want the excitement and romance of WWI with only a nod to horrors, but fun and entertaining with instrumentals and singing.
Don't see it if You don’t want loud music and sometimes generic songs.
See it if You want drama with clearly delineated characters in a contemporary setting with a plot twist (rather improbable) that still keeps you tense
Don't see it if You don’t want gay themes (even though not emphasized and not crucial to the plot).
See it if You need to remember man’s humanity towards man, but also man’s inhumanity, through poetry and song and moving vignettes in a stark setting.
Don't see it if You are pro-war.
See it if You want a period piece that is relevant, intelligent, yet entertaining, all in one. The acting and period costumes are worth the admission.
Don't see it if You can’t sit through an evolving plot that unfolds in a timely fashion but may seem slow to you.
See it if You can understand Irish teenage slang, partly made up (so no one can understand it), with a rapid-fire delivery.
Don't see it if you prefer an intelligible play with interesting characters and a plot.
See it if You liked Michael Moore films and agree wholeheartedly with his liberal point of view.
Don't see it if You are a Trump supporter (or maybe you should see it).
See it if You like Shakespeare, rhyming couplets, tuneful songs, a complicated plot, and skillful acting and singing.
Don't see it if You don't like remakes of Shakespeare.
See it if You want a classic, must-see, musical that has stood the test of time, with new dancing, and perfect cast.
Don't see it if You don't like old fashioned musicals.
See it if You like fast and loose riffs on Shakespeare that test your knowledge and then upend it to comic effect.
Don't see it if You are offended by irreverent takes on Shakespeare and loose use of historical facts, or raunchy language and actions.
See it if You like old fashioned, yet fresh, musicals that tell a poignant story with lots of singing and dancing and good acting.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals with a story.
See it if You know Rogerian psychology and want to see its possible consequences, and if you like mother-daughter relationship dramas.
Don't see it if You are annoyed, bored, or impatient with people recovering from various extreme behaviors.
See it if You like family dramas with a multi-generational stretch forcing you to contemplate the consequences of our choices in life.
Don't see it if You are not into family dramas.
See it if You like a deceptively simple plot that has deeper meanings about the downfall of our country and our people.
Don't see it if You want a play without much action, a lot of talk, that’s a bit too long, and has everyday people in a rural setting.
See it if You enjoy pleasant and clever songs enhancing a predictable but absorbing plot with strong performances.
Don't see it if You dislike cliched immigrant stories that portray immigrants as less than perfect.
See it if You like Marin Ireland and other good actors, but in roles that add up to nothing
Don't see it if You want a coherent, relevant, thoughtful plot.
See it if You like the book and the film. This adds older kids and an Atticus even more saintly, though humorous.
Don't see it if You are easily exasperated by seeing childish behavior (in children), or can’t believe in saintliness of a lawyer.
See it if You want to understand the intricacies of the 1956 Hungarian revolution in a moving, intense, relatively evenhanded portrayal.
Don't see it if You prefer light fare and don’t like historical retellings.
See it if You like an absorbing drama about today’s racial issues with no easy answers, evoking Cain and Abel, Of Mice and Men, Little Re Riding Hood.
Don't see it if You can’t deal with racial conflict.
See it if You like lots of juvenile, clichéd mentions of sex acts from supposedly well-educated people in their mid-thirties.
Don't see it if You expect a thoughtful play featuring supposedly intelligent characters facing thwarted hopes.
See it if You know Chekhov and like seeing its relevance today.
Don't see it if You are easily confused by dream and reality mixtures and don’t have any familiarity with Chekhov.
See it if You want energetic, old-time singing and dancing with classic songs and costumes and haywire plot.
Don't see it if You don't like old-fashioned musicals
See it if You want a real-life drama without big tragedies, just small poignant ones that make up our lives.
Don't see it if You are impatient and want lots of action.
See it if You want relevant yet entertaining theater showing the Vietnamese refugees' heartache and joy with a hip and raunchy, yet touching, style.
Don't see it if You are offended by a too modern, dirty language vibe.
See it if You like Nancy Anderson in a great performance that's exaggerated but hilarious
Don't see it if You are impatient to get to Nancy Anderson and must endure an unclear riff on seniors in rest home or to go before last part.
See it if You like family dramas with multi-generational problems reaching from the past to the present to the future.
Don't see it if You have no patience for leisurely expositions of past events.
See it if You like a May-December romance that makes you think about the Heisenberg uncertainty principle (it really does), and is also a nice romance
Don't see it if You don't like two-person shows with no costumes, scenery, or sets, and the audience on both sides.
See it if Want pure entertainment with clever dialogue and poignant romance, along with a bit of seriousness.
Don't see it if you want deep philosophical meaning with soulful characters.