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See it if you like shows with music in it, about relevant topics about immigration, shows that are told with a bit of humor.
Don't see it if you like a solid story that moves quickly and has a deep meaning to it or you like art with a lot of power to it.
See it if It's a complete artistic vision with great staging and acting and the lighting and set are exquisite. Great characters with great lines.
Don't see it if It's not an action oriented show with a strong plot.
See it if Chekhov updated and made accessible, with experimental theater and diverse casting that creates a complete artistic vision.
Don't see it if You really don’t like Chekhov or prefer a more classical rendition of his works.
See it if You like theater that is highly experimental and tries to make a statement.
Don't see it if You don't like theater that is more for the creators and their egos while the entertainment of the audience is secondary.
See it if Like historical stories with a modern commentary and great acting.
Don't see it if You don't like color-blind casting that goes against historical reality simply for the sake of diversity.
See it if You like a story that moves along at a decent pace and does have some type of lesson for the audience.
Don't see it if You are easily distracted by a second cast signing above. You don't like stories that are too ambitious in their efforts to equalize.
See it if You like choreography with a foundation from ballet and/or great singing.
Don't see it if You don't like a traditional musical with non-traditional casting and staging that requires you to suspend disbelief.
See it if You like musicals that are based on someone's life and include music that you are familiar with from pop tunes.
Don't see it if You don't like juke box musicals and simple staging.
See it if Good music and choreography with a decent historical story and a moral lesson.
Don't see it if It was a little slow to me toward the end and for me it certainly did not live up to all the hype that it has received.
See it if You like plays that move quickly through a plot but raise more questions than they answer and leave the ending ambiguous.
Don't see it if You don’t like to see full-on nudity on stage that is not entirely necessary.
See it if You like cute musicals with already written songs sung by competent singers with a relevant and inspiring story.
Don't see it if You are offended by musicals that speak mostly to women and ignore men; you want original songs.
See it if You like great acting and great staging, a show that makes you think with interesting dialogue.
Don't see it if You want a strong plot and don’t want to hear the same snippets of dialogue over and over; you want a first act that matches the second.
See it if You like solo shows that are funny with a message and a story.
Don't see it if You don't want to listen to someone's life story that contains a message but not a super-strong one.
See it if You like Edward Albee's plays and language, a minimalist set design, great acting, two one acts following each other.
Don't see it if You like more current work and you can't suspend disbelief on people's actions, you prefer a strong plot to language.
See it if You like historical dramas in Spanish, creative staging, sad endings with relevance.
Don't see it if You don't speak Spanish or don't like looking at the translations at the same time as trying to watch the play.
See it if You like Mark Rylance and more of a classical story and text that unfolds very slowly but does have spectacle and is well-staged.
Don't see it if You like a face-paced story that is more modern. You don't like having to suspend belief a little bit despite being based on a true story.
See it if You don't mind an uneven but well-intentioned play that has some really great spots but some really disappointing ones as well.
Don't see it if You're going to be upset by listening to less than stellar singing in places and a story that doesn't quite hit it home.
See it if You want to see what really was a pretty good movie done on the stage in a good and entertaining way but not quite as great as the movie.
Don't see it if Seeing the Broadway remake of a movie will spoil the movie for you.
See it if You like a great version of a revival with traditional songs and staging; if you want to see a complete artistic vision on stage.
Don't see it if You like newer works that have more edge and were written more recently.
See it if You like a homey type of show that feels very intimate and portrays actual events.
Don't see it if You like catchy show tunes and/or real life stories; you don't like musicals.
See it if You like spectacle and lights, alternating story lines, and actors that occasionally move throughout the audience.
Don't see it if You like plays with a minimal plot that are period pieces and don't make much of a point or connection to today's society.
See it if You like theater that is very thought-provoking and posits questions about today's society and makes a point.
Don't see it if You don't like controversial topics and a story that moves somewhat slowly along.
See it if You're looking for something different in terms of storytelling and staging and a show that makes you think a bit.
Don't see it if You don't like audience participation shows, theater in the round, or having difficulty understanding Scottish accents.
See it if you like 'slice of life' shows that are mostly conversations between characters who do zany things for no apparent reason.
Don't see it if you like an actual plot or want a good understanding of the odd actions and motivations of the characters or don't like to sit for 3 hrs
See it if You like magical realism with a well-designed set and interesting props that go a bit beyond the normal off-off-Broadway experience.
Don't see it if You don’t like small, intimate theater spaces and/or a non-linear story.
See it if A good staging of the play with strong performances from each of the actresses. Overall entertaining and not too long.
Don't see it if I don't think it's one of Tennessee William's best plays and it's a bit slow and unbelievable in places.
See it if You like an evening of one acts which are quite humorous in places albeit a bit raunchy and while dealing with serious themes.
Don't see it if You want to immerse yourself in one play for the entire evening.
See it if You like musicals with a homey feel that are more suited for a smaller house and have a simple story line.
Don't see it if You expect something sophisticated with smart, edgy songs instead of something that feels like a show you'd see at an amusement park.
See it if You like Pirandello in a new and interesting light with an excellent translation and a complete artistic vision.
Don't see it if You like something that is light-hearted and without much meaning and doesn't make you think.
See it if You like a good and easily accessible translation of Chekov that feels very modern and up-to-date.
Don't see it if You are bothered by casting that seems not quite right.
See it if You like a traditional musical with great sets and staging and acting.
Don't see it if You don't like a somewhat sad ending and/or you want a musical with an edge.
See it if You like a story with an edge that makes you think about things in a new light and makes you understand how history could be wrong.
Don't see it if You like a simple story and strong song and dance numbers. To me Wicked is driven more by the story than the music and dance.
See it if You want to get a better understanding of the world of an autistic person and how they interact with people.
Don't see it if It’s more of a minimal set and there’s something that’s a little low-brow about the writing.
See it if You like a play that is relevant to today’s news and explains how a particular portion of the population feels about particular events.
Don't see it if You want a strong and moving plot that makes a power choice/point.
See it if You like the history of this era and Harvey Milk and gay themes; you like a riveting ending.
Don't see it if You don’t want to see a slow piece that’s saved by the ending; you like a traditional musical, not one where the songs are just stuck in.
See it if You like the music of Jimmy Buffet, a cute and enchanting love story with a minimal plot.
Don't see it if You want a more serious story and/or you don’t like a story that is created to fit already written lyrics.
See it if You like Anna Chulmsky, minimal sets, shows with relevant topics, a story that raises questions and that things don't always go as planned.
Don't see it if You want a story that isn't complicated and strong theme to a play that makes a point.
See it if You like a show that's geared towards youngsters, with some explanations and some flashy chemistry experiments.
Don't see it if You don't like corny things and/or audience participation and when I saw it there were a few inaccuracies in the explanations.
See it if You like a great show with a relevant message, something that you don't see every day, great writing and very entertaining, makes you think.
Don't see it if You mind suspending disbelief because Amy looks much younger than her siblings it seems they should be relatively the same age.
See it if You like wandering through floors discovering scenes and actors while wearing a mask and remaining silent.
Don't see it if You regret paying exorbitant prices, not being given any background info and encountering pushy crowds; hearing that it used to be better.
See it if You really like John Lithgow and think he can carry a Broadway show by himself, you find his quirky antics interesting and like storytelling
Don't see it if You like action and a fully developed story; you don't want to see all characters played by one actor, as imaginative as they may be.
See it if You like to laugh and you don't mind something that is a pretty silly story; you are up for a surprise that you actually like a silly show.
Don't see it if You really can't stand a farce and/or the fourth wall being broken; you need a really strong story that makes you think.
See it if You love classic Disney movies later staged with all the same great songs brought to life.
Don't see it if You can't afford anything but the balcony; it's cramped and the view is a bit obstructed at times.
See it if You like musicals with an edge that cover topics that are not entirely mainstream; you like glitz and glamour.
Don't see it if You don't like the music of Cyndi Lauper, you are a bit of a prude, you like more of a traditional musical.
See it if You like a musical that is different and may have a storyline that you don't entirely agree with.
Don't see it if You like to leave the theater humming the songs; you have strong opinions about how people should act in controversial situations.
See it if You like pieces that discuss relevant topics and the play is carried almost entirely through dialogue until a final bombshell is revealed.
Don't see it if You don't like pieces where the actors speak in a theatrical format and bits of dialogue are repeated several times with a slow moving plot.
See it if You like theater that makes you think and see things from a different perspective and uses spectacle in the telling of the story.
Don't see it if You don't like alternative staging or theater that is more character driven than plot driven.
See it if You like a well-written, well-produced show that moves at a good pace with interesting characters.
Don't see it if You're already depressed about being single and feel you won't ever find your match.
See it if Kids will be enchanted by the bubbles both on stage and those that come right up to your seats. Plus kids get to go up onstage.
Don't see it if you're not young at heart. Most of the show is various bubble creations and while some are clever and fascinating, there's not much else.