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See it if one woman's journey from sexual awareness at age 3 to relationships with lovers/ boyfriends/husbands done in a cute, funny way intriques you
Don't see it if easily offended by sexual anecdotes or if you get bored b/c it becomes monotonous and slow and lacks variety.
See it if psychological reasons for overt behavior, esp. relating to eating disorders, piques your curiosity!
Don't see it if family dramas regarding serious issues that be painful as well as hopeful don't interest you!
See it if burlesque, a bit of Cirque du Soleil & German cabaret combined w/opulent costumes, great singing, sensual dance & incredibly talented
Don't see it if semi-nudity, playful sensual frolicking, gender-bending antics & an irreverant retelling of the Alice in Wonderland tale may offend you!
See it if you like shows that are moving, quirkily funny, and engaging taking you on one woman's journey from shattered to shining when dealing with
Don't see it if you don't like well-written, well-acted one-woman shows that are moving and funny and make you empathize and admire Maddie Corman.
Also her husband's pornography addiction and public humiliation.
See it if a smart, funny, well-acted provocative 1st act re:black female actresses in 1930's Hollywood films that pushes the boundaries interests you!
Don't see it if a disjointed 2nd act taking place years later revealing secrets between characters that is ultimately disappointing won't bother you because
Also the first act is so terrific!
See it if you want to learn more re: Gloria Steinem & the feminist movement presented with actors playing multiple roles from the '60's going forward!
Don't see it if you like brisk productions that are well-paced and not banal or you like comfortable seats with high backs or you want to feel moved!
See it if you like timely, beautifully written, heartwrenching plays w/great ensemble acting that will move you to tears & make you want to act now!
Don't see it if you only want to be entertained with music or comedy and don't want to be profoundly moved or think about timely topics.
See it if you enjoy sweet, charming musicals with unmemorable music well-sung & well-acted by 4 terrific performers, especially Whitney Bashor!
Don't see it if slow-paced, unoriginal musicals bore you and charming music & performers with well-trained voices who can act don't suffice to satisfy you!
See it if you enjoy folktale musicals tropical style that move you w/amazing singers, dancers & a heartbreaking love story where love doesn't triumph!
Don't see it if you don't like musicals with great music, great actors/singers/dancers, terrific staging & a passionate unconventional love story!
See it if want to see Uncle Vanya in an intimate setting, Jay O. Sanders in the title role and liked Richard Nelson's plays about the Apple family!
Don't see it if you have a hard time sitting through a 2 hr. production w/o an intermission, only like happy endings, and do not like changing classics!
See it if you enjoy dramas dealing w/mother-daughter relationships & end-of-life issues that evoke tears & often laughter! It can cleanse your soul!
Don't see it if you only like fluffy plays that don't deal with real life or don't want to feel real emotions of sadness & loss!!
See it if you enjoy seeing brothers in their 40's horsing around & reenacting the juvenile antics of their younger selves portrayed by a strong cast!
Don't see it if you don't like plays w/silly improbable family dynamics that go nowhere, become tiresome, require you to suspend disbelief &have loud music!
See it if you love the story with its great songs & dances. The acting and singing of both Tevye and Goldie bring tears & the comic chops of Jackie
Don't see it if you don't want to be moved by a jewel of a cast-acting, singing and dancing their hearts out-in an authentic revival directed by Joel Grey!!
See it if you like languid, atmospheric theatre that enthralls and vividly depicts a small Israeli town with great singing/acting esp. by Katrina Lenk
Don't see it if you don't like plays (with sultry music, great musicians & beautifully crafted characters) that move at a slow pace & can break your heart!
See it if you want to see a love story between a deaf woman and a hearing man presented on stage that achieves understanding and mutual respect!
Don't see it if you like plays about disabled people demanding a voice in society that features terrific acting by a young deaf newcomer--Lauren Ridloff!
See it if you like really good production values, great acting by Dan Luria, a beginning that draws you in, watching struggles between an older highly
Don't see it if you do not care about the creative process in older vs. younger artists and/or need to be entertained throughout a play!
See it if you adore Fierstein's writing, never saw Torch Song Trilogy and don't mind if the production is dated and not emotionally engaging!
Don't see it if you saw the original Torch Song Trilogy which was superior---great acting, writing that was relevant to the times 35 years ago and
Also emotionally heartbreaking!
See it if you want to see good acting and serious topics about illness and dying explored-however the 2nd act disappoints!
Don't see it if illness and dying are subjects you find hard to deal with or want an uplifting ending or want to be emotionally involved in the situation!
See it if you love musical revues, great singing & acting by the two Stefanies and have patience for singers who don't know all the lyrics!
Don't see it if you don't like revues and don't want to see/hear an uninspired performance by Christine Pedi!
See it if you like hearing amusing dialogue about getting married from a traditional Indian mother and a modern-minded son that makes you LOL!!!
Don't see it if you don't find conversations about intergenerational issues within families interesting!
See it if you laugh easily at comical situations with schtick and physical comedy with good actors like Michael Urie, Mary Testa, etc.
Don't see it if you don't have the patience for comedy without wit that relies mostly on slapstick and physical humor!
See it if you love the schmaltz and poignancy of Yiddish songs brought to life exquisitely on the MOJH stage by a talented cast of young actors!
Don't see it if you don't understand Yiddish, hate looking up to read translations, getting neck and eye aches and really want a cohesive musical!
See it if you like great novels brought to vivid life via creative staging and terrific acting! Even better than some Bedlam Company productions!!!
Don't see it if you don't like literary works presented at a leisurely pace or have trouble following actors playing multiple roles with British accents!
Also Wonderful ensemble work by the Canadian company Soulpepper!
See it if you enjoy contemporary theater that challenges your beliefs about race, social class, etc. with great acting, great dialogue & good staging!
Don't see it if examining your own beliefs about race are too painful!
See it if you might enjoy a well-acted, original modern coming-of-age play about a depressed teenage girl who learns how to cope.
Don't see it if you don't like non-linear story lines that go back and forth in time about sensitive female characters!
See it if you enjoy: (1)comedies that are so stupid that they are almost campy; (2) love a well executed slow motion scene & (3)like lovely stage sets
Don't see it if you only like well-written, well-acted comedies that rely on wit not stupidity to amuse & don't want to waste time or money.
See it if you have patience, tolerance & desire enough to see a classic tale brought to life onstage!
Don't see it if you loved Sense & Sensibility, Vanity Fair, etc. & the amazing staging b/c this show does not have that. Also it's very slow-moving, boring
See it if a minimalist recreation of a 1930's musical re: rampant capitalism, political graft & trying to form unions in response to corruption
Don't see it if Everyman characters, experimental songs & lyrics of the 30's w/terrific singers & musicians & great staging aren't enough to interest you.
See it if Holocaust themes & resiliency of the human spirit demand you see a play re: the heroic actions of the people of Vilna before/during WWII!
Don't see it if uncomfortable seats, climbing many stairs & a slowly-paced production deter your desire to see a well-acted & well-written play!
See it if A moving portrayal of a loving couple dealing with a serious disease! Beautifully written w/witty dialogue and terrific acting! A must-see!
Don't see it if you don't want to be deeply moved & possibly tear up & only want to be entertained by seeing a comedy or musical!
See it if learning about women soldiers in WWI on the frontlines via song, lovely music & a terrific Act 2 interests you-needs better pacing in Act 1!
Don't see it if you don't care about American history, women's rights, righting wrongs for womens' part in WWI, terrific singing, lovely music & fun Act 2!
See it if a riveting two-hander w/great acting esp. by Dewanda Wise as a preacher's wife exploring the disintegration of a marriage interests you!
Don't see it if serious topics handled powerfully that provoke thought are not your thing, if you only like light topics and want to have a good time!
See it if you enjoy intense dramas dealing with racial inequity in the South, great acting/dialogue & a promising young playwright's terrific debut!
Don't see it if too much talking over important issues bore you, if you need lots of action or musicals or comedy to hold your interest----otherwise go!
See it if you want to LOL at over-the top satirical jabs at WASPS in 3 one-act plays by the late great Gurney! The first and the third are hilarious!
Don't see it if you like Gurney done subtly. These one-handers are exaggerated caricatures of WASPS that are not typical Gurney!
See it if you want to see a first play by a former social worker who tried to bring one of his cases to life on stage and failed miserably!
Don't see it if you want to be educated about life on the streets of young blacks who have been raised in a system of foster care that doesn't work!
See it if you like intelligent GBS plays that are sharply written, funny, examine human behavior and can accept the premise that the play's setting
Don't see it if you only like fast-paced plays and have no patience for the slow pace & witty repartee of GBS in this new poorly conceived adaptation of HH!
See it if you want to LOL at a sweet & funny storyteller whose stories are as sharp & poignant as ever & show that talent makes dreams come true!
Don't see it if you don't like one woman shows(even though this one is the exception) or you get hot(A/C poor) or have difficulty climbing stairs(worth it)!
See it if you like delightful romps set in Elizabethan times interspersed with music of the Go-Gos dealing with issues of gender & sexual orientation!
Don't see it if you don't like silly musicals with heart that will leave you LOL, grinning from ear to ear and dancing in your seat!
See it if to know a sweet/funny/brave 15 yr. old autistic girl who, although bullied, triumphs! Live music, videos and imaginative narration/staging!
Don't see it if you can't stand rapid-fire speech, loud noises, imaginary friends, and don't have patience for people w/developmental disabilities!!
See it if you like slow-paced, romantic love stories that have likable characters with good music and musicianship.
Don't see it if you don't like a narrator who overacts and a story that slumps and bores in the middle.
See it if you want to laugh while seeing a beautifully acted play that makes you think and feel deeply about issues not often discussed!
Don't see it if you don't want to think or feel deeply about topics important to families!
See it if you like epic well-acted dramas that travel back and forth in time and place connecting the main characters and are thought provoking!
Don't see it if you don't have patience or enough interest in sociopolitical stories that challenge you and just want to be entertained and not think!
See it if you enjoy terrific acting by an older female writer (Dee Peletier) who seduces her young married protege into a svengali-like relationship
Don't see it if you don't have the patience to sit through a slow-paced intense production and have problems with herbal cigarettes that linger in the air!
Also and finds that she has met her match!
See it if you're 50ish and want to LOL watching a widow use internet dating to reinvent/reinvigorate herself-acting & singing by Nancy Opel great fun!
Don't see it if you don't have an open heart and don't want to chuckle at the sexual escapades of a fun-loving widow who enjoys life to the fullest!
See it if you want to forget your troubles, destress, laugh out loud and have a permanent grin throughout this show watching the clever shenanigans of
Don't see it if you don't like children and adults laughing out loud uncontrollably at times or if you don't like clever, imaginative, very funny shows!
See it if you love bluegrass songs beautifully sung, inventive staging, life affirming lyrics and great music done in a concert style!
Don't see it if you don't have patience because it is slow and tedious at times. It starts out with a bang, then whimpers and ends explosively!
See it if you want to really laugh out loud and be genuinely touched by a dysfunctional Korean family despite the clichés and stereotypes depicted!
Don't see it if you can't put aside politically/racially incorrect stereotypes to get to the heart of this extremely funny, moving and well-acted play!
See it if you enjoy predictable plots with stereotypical characters and fairly good acting!
Don't see it if you want to see a play with a creative storyline and well developed characters!
See it if if you like well-acted solo shows that provoke, entertain and disturb viewers with the intimate details of a well- known actor of the 1970's
Don't see it if you get bored with an entertaining story written and acted by Ed Dixon about his friendship with the late great actor George Rose whose life
Also came to a tragic end!
See it if you want to see the source material for "Indecent" (coming to Broadway this spring) & how such a provocative topic was treated in 1923!
Don't see it if you don't have patience for a slower, dated production that relies on subtitles for non-Yiddish speakers!