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See it if you don't mind 1970's stereotypes of gays and Jews in a musical.
Don't see it if you object to musicals being made on any and every subject; you hope to learn anything significant about Harvey Milk.
See it if you have a particular interest in inter-generational relationships with complications.
Don't see it if you don't care for a story about an aging hippie and her right wing, religious daughter and open minded granddaughter.
See it if for Lois Smith's great performance or for a dramatization of matters of end of life, the elderly and family.
Don't see it if hospice care and end of life issues are not your cup of tea for entertainment.
See it if you like Alan Ayckbourn's plays, the Brits Off Broadway series, a play that requires your patience to come together.
Don't see it if you're not willing to indulge the playwright, you expect the title to be relevant to the play itself.
See it if you love great theatre, great writing, great acting; you remember those years of the AIDS crisis--or if you don't.
Don't see it if I've got nothing. Everyone should see this masterpiece.
See it if you liked Bedlam's "Sense and Sensibility" or you appreciate classics with a sense of humor.
Don't see it if you're expecting "My Fair Lady" or your taste is traditional.
See it if you're interested in a play about the Muslim experience in the western world.
Don't see it if you don't have patience for a new playwright learning his craft.
See it if you're interested in a play that ties music with the formation of the State of Israel with personal stories.
Don't see it if you're impatient; you don't like talky plays.
See it if you're interested in old musicals that have not been revived.
Don't see it if you don't care about the lesser works of Noel Coward, Jerry Herman, Frank Loesser, Harold Arlen and others.
See it if you're interested in the Jule Styne canon; you like to catch shows you might not ever get another chance to see.
Don't see it if you're not comfortable with a show dealing with the black experience in America written by whites.
See it if you love Mark Rylance, great acting, countertenors and/or history-based theatre.
Don't see it if you don't like period pieces or operatic singing.
See it if you want to see something unusual; you love Robert Fairchild; you enjoyed ERC's Van Gogh's Ear.
Don't see it if you don't care for classical music and ballet with your drama.
See it if you like the Fiasco company.
Don't see it if you're a Shakespeare purist; you loved the Twelfth Night with Mark Rylance a few years ago.
See it if you want to see an interesting play about women of a certain age, their friendships and their lives.
Don't see it if female friendships don't interest you.
See it if you're interested in a difficult family drama involving financial dependence of a senior in decline.
Don't see it if you're looking for a play dealing with dementia and its impact on a family. This doesn't quite fill that bill.
See it if you liked the Apple and/or Gabriel plays. This play is a classic and I personally really like Richard Nelson's style.
Don't see it if you don't care for Chekhov...or if you're a purist.
See it if you enjoy old school musical comedy; you'd like to see a rousing performance of The Lambeth Walk.
Don't see it if you don't care for 1930's musicals or are looking for something serious.
See it if You don't need any reason beyond Glenda Jackson to see this play, but there's also the fact that it's a Pulitzer winner...
Don't see it if you don't like the work of Edward Albee.
See it if you're interested in a well done drama about young men trying to secure a future for themselves.
Don't see it if the subject of elite higher education for scholarship students--and how they get those scholarships--doesn't appeal to you.
See it if you care to hear the story of a woman whose family lived in an apartment above--with access to--a branch of the NY Public Library.
Don't see it if you hate one-person shows.
See it if you're up for an unusual, funny/serious play about actors in the time of the black plague...and a comparison to the plague of AIDS.
Don't see it if you're looking for something happy and light.
See it if you're interested in an intelligent, wonderfully performed play dealing mental illness and the health care system.
Don't see it if you're looking for something light and fluffy.
See it if you like family stories about real people--in this case that includes a sibling with Down Syndrome.
Don't see it if I can't think of any reason not to see this play.
See it if you love great theatre that makes you think and question what you've seen.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a serious play with a fine sense of humor that deals with marriage and ultimately life.
See it if you're interested in Jule Styne's lesser known work and/or an enjoyable, if not dazzling show.
Don't see it if you're not interested in a story about a Bar Mitzvah gone awry.
See it if you enjoy endearing stories about people of different backgrounds coming together; you liked Come From Away.
Don't see it if you have a closed heart.
See it if you're interested in a strange play about a future without women.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a really peculiar play that doesn't add up.
See it if you're interested in the universality of teen life.
Don't see it if you can't relate (and don't want to try) to being a teenage girl.