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See it if you great acting. The style was really unique for this production, and it was a lot of fun!
Don't see it if prefers musicals or plays that don't challenge you to think.
See it if you like character-driven plays with fun pop culture references from 80s/90s. Design was beautiful.
Don't see it if you need action-driven stories or become impatient with slow-building plays (naturalism).
See it if you like ensemble acting/actors playing multiple roles, seamless transitions, uplifting story...it was a beautiful production.
Don't see it if you feel uncomfortable with 9/11 subject matter. However, the show celebrates coming together on 9/12...and feels extremely relevant.
See it if you like new musicals, great acting/ensemble work, beautiful ballads
Don't see it if Every song in act 2 was a tear jerker...felt like a slight manipulation of the audience, though admittedly, the songs were beatiful
See it if you like inventive storytelling. A slow, simple build is worth the pay off. The last couple of songs are exquisite.
Don't see it if you want flashy dance numbers and big Broadway show stoppers.
See it if you like political, dark comedies. This production was very theatrical and uniquely blended elements of today with 1940s Germany.
Don't see it if you prefer traditional storytelling. This production breaks a lot of rules in a unique (and fun!) way.
See it if this is probably the best revival of MY FAIR LADY you will ever have the opportunity to see. Beautiful.
Don't see it if you don't like classic musicals.
See it if you like experimental theater. There is a lot to think and talk about when leaving this production. Super refreshing!
Don't see it if you don't like experimental theater. It is confusing. It is weird. The production pushes you to think.
See it if you like intimate productions with a strong cast. Bonus: really effective designs for such a historic theater space.
Don't see it if you like musicals or lighter material.
See it if immersive theater, dedicated artists, impressive management of overlapping stories
Don't see it if you like traditional theater...this one is missing a real connective thread to the story.
See it if you like Bette Midler, David Hyde Pierce, strong ensemble acting, a huge spectacle of a dated musical. It was fabulous.
Don't see it if you don't like revivals. The only reason I didn't give this production a '100' is that the show's book is extremely dated...
See it if you like actors coming from audience, Marylouise Burke, good ensemble acting, modern morality play
Don't see it if breaking the 4th wall bothers you, you don't like actors in audience/house lights on
See it if you like cool design elements, connected actors, comic books, theatre in the round, intimate spaces/stories
Don't see it if you like a lot of action/fast-paced stories
See it if strong ensembles, intelligent writing, female-driven shows. This play was delightful.
Don't see it if you should see it.
See it if you like audience participation, actors speaking directly to the audience.
Don't see it if Indulgent and performers repeatedly commented they had no money. However, they were in a brand new, beautiful ARTNY space...weird.
See it if you like poetic dialogue and beautiful stage pictures.
Don't see it if you don't like repetitive text, dialogue that is poetry-based, or abstract movement and staging.
See it if you like creative storytelling, superb acting, stellar direction, and a strong script for a female-driven ensemble.
Don't see it if you like traditional theater.
See it if you like plays based on real people, good music, nontraditional theatre
Don't see it if you are offended by skeptical views of Christianity