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See it if You like Ivo Von Hove productions. The play was exciting and beautifully performed. Loved the interaction of screens with actors on stage.
Don't see it if You are a purist and insist on classics being done the same old way.
See it if You liked Kate Hamill’s previous versions of classics. Acting is great, very funny, thoroughly engaging
Don't see it if You want a straight interpretation of a classic. Otherwise, you’ll have a ball.
See it if Well acted and absorbing one-act plays. Always had you on the edge of being uncomfortable, but totally engaged.
Don't see it if You are easily offended. Doesn’t shy away from race or politics. Not a light night at the theater.
See it if You like Vonnegut and absurdist comedy. Jason Connell does a great job playing a macho overbearing guy and the rest of the cast is topnotch
Don't see it if You are easily offended by boorish behavior or if you don’t like absurd broad comedy. Plot is a little confusing at times.
See it if Enjoy a tour de force one man show. Acting is superb, insight into World War I was enlightening.
Don't see it if You don’t like spare productions with minimal sets and only one actor.
See it if You like Bedlam’s creative takes on classics. The Doolittles as South Asian was a brilliant twist. Acting was great with multiple roles.
Don't see it if Don’t like innovative interpretations of classics.
See it if You enjoy Bedlam productions, appreciate a free-wheeling production, have a silly sense of humor, and love Peter Pan.
Don't see it if Expect a faithful adaptation of the original or need a conventional story line. Would be confusing if you didn’t know the Peter Pan story.
See it if You like Cheryl Strayed.
Don't see it if You like dramatic performances. This play consists of letters and responses. It feels more like a reading than a theatrical event.
See it if You enjoy great acting and biographical dramas, especially if you are interested in Isak Dinesen.
Don't see it if You are looking for an action-packed experience. This is a bit slow, but subtlety engaging.
See it if You have a soft spot for Peter Pan and appreciate fine acting, especially the wonderful Kathleen Chalfant.
Don't see it if Can't deal with a quirky play. It jumps from a slow and awkward deathbed scene to a hilarious and touching Peter Pan take-off.
See it if See it if you appreciate good acting. Especially appealing to those who have an interest in Irish culture.
Don't see it if You want a lot of action. These are subtle character-drive one acts. The plots are sometimes confusing.
See it if The singing alone did it for me. Fantastic performances make Dylan’s music shine. The atmosphere supports the music.
Don't see it if You don’t like Bob Dylan or are put off by the Depression Era plot
See it if You enjoy a well-acted comedy of secrets just waiting to be revealed. Great direction, very funny and entertaining.
Don't see it if You can’t sit still for 110 minutes without an intermission. (Chairs not too comfortable.) Or if you want a deep play or a musical.
See it if You enjoy Will:Eno’s humor (I don’t), or you appreciate Michael C, Hall (I do).
Don't see it if You appreciatenabsurdist sardonic humor. I was alternately bored and annoyed as other roared with laughter, didn’t don’t for me.
See it if Of course if you ar a Dylan fan. But even if you aren’t the singers are fantastic and the songs are transcendent
Don't see it if You want to see a traditional uplifting musical with a linear plot. It’s pretty dark, but beautiful.
See it if You appreciate plays about social issues, know Queens, and are open to small productions. Enjoyable, thought-provoking, but a few slow spots
Don't see it if You wan a big fancy production, a linear script or are confused with characters playing multiple roles.
See it if You enjoy a touching comedy, great acting. The title says it all - put on a Party Face no matter what. It succeeded for me. It was a hoot.
Don't see it if Want a serious examination of suicide and depression .
See it if You like serious dramas and great acting. It is slower than I expected.
Don't see it if You want a feel-good evening at the theater. The lead character keeps her chin up under the worst circumstances, but this is a sad play.
See it if You are interested in historical figures, Jefferson, Dickens, Tolstoy and/or the Bible.
Don't see it if Have a short attention span, are easily bored or have a low tolerance for lot of dialogue.
See it if You are open to a slow-paced theatrical experience that is more a concert than a play. Beautiful visuals, well-performed.
Don't see it if You are looking for an action-packed play or if you dislike classical music and operatic singing.
See it if You are curious what happens next after Nora walks out.
Don't see it if You are bothered by cursing and updated dialogue. Play had an odd balance of drama vs comedy. Lots of laughs at what could be serious lines.