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See it if you're interested in seeing southeast Asian history from different points of view or are curious about the history of rock in Cambodia.
Don't see it if you don't like song lyrics that aren't in English, aren't interested in the history of Cambodia.
See it if You are curious about refugees, you like multimedia, audience interaction, and devised work.
Don't see it if You only like linear storytelling told in a very traditional format.
See it if you want to see a what has become a classic piece of theater that in some ways, both good and bad, seems timeless.
Don't see it if classic means a linear, well-made play. This is very much a "choreopoem" and a series of stories, with music, rhythm, and dance.
See it if you like naturalistic, intense plays and don't get easily annoyed by unlikable characters.
Don't see it if you like plays with a slower build that are a bit more mixed in terms of styles.
See it if you like plays with unexpected moments of humor, beautifully written dialogues, with interesting staging.
Don't see it if you're not into adolescent drama, or staged homelessness and bad parenting make you uncomfortable.
See it if you're okay with seeing plays that don't have a straight-forward narrative that also occasionally break the fourth wall.
Don't see it if you are looking for a straightforward retelling of A Passage of India.
See it if you want to see two people sexily debate how people of color should portray themselves in art.
Don't see it if "you don't see color," or don't like plays based heavily in reality, or seeing simulated sex on stage.
See it if you like seeing historical plays with a modern twist.
Don't see it if you go to theater to escape racial/political things, don't like anachronism used in the service of storytelling.
See it if You are familiar with Anne of Green Gables and enjoy seeing one-person shows with one person acting multiple parts.
Don't see it if You want to see a show with a large cast and do not like interpretive dance.
See it if you like seeing well- done plays about characters who were powerless being given a voice.
Don't see it if Gynecological stuff bothers you.
See it if you like a mix of the magical (lyrical language, heightened atmosphere) and the sadly ordinary (civil rights movement, racism, sexism, etc.)
Don't see it if you don't want to be depressed by how little certain things have changed in America in terms of race.
See it if you are curious about how the less urban pockets of the South reacted to the Civil Rights Act
Don't see it if you go to theater to escape history or politics.
See it if You enjoy seeing Shakespeare innovatively staged with great acting, set design and costumes.
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare or only want to see it done traditionally.
See it if you enjoy non- linear shows with audience participation that feature shadow puppetry and music.
Don't see it if you hate audience participation, like linear shows and want to see a play about Moby Dick.
See it if you're curious to see how a play that won awards and was made into an award-winning film holds up, and you want to see excellent acting.
Don't see it if you don't like dated material or prefer faster-moving pieces.
See it if You are interested in seeing how Russia's past influences the present, you enjoy great writing and acting.
Don't see it if Politics and history don't interest you and you don't last more than 90 minutes at the theater.
See it if theater about our current political-social world (gun control, mental illness) interests you.
Don't see it if you can't deal with guns/gunfire or you want to see a comedy.
See it if you like plays that feature music (as opposed to musicals) great writing, immigrant stories and want to be moved.
Don't see it if I can't think of a reason not to see it.
See it if You like the idea of a contemporary setting ("ripped from the headlines," comes to mind).
Don't see it if You don't like complex stories - by contemporizing the play, I think Eustis makes the whole current U.S. political situation layered.
See it if You're curious about the human side of Marie Curie, and like the idea of a love letter to 2 women scientists.
Don't see it if You want to see something edgy and unconventional.
See it if you want to see a musical that has a sense of humor, great performances, and beautiful music (esp. if you like Middle Eastern music).
Don't see it if you don't like short musicals that leave you wanting more, non-American cultures bore you, or you are looking for something more traditional
See it if You like stories about cross-cultural marriages and prodigal children returning home.
Don't see it if You dislike stereotypes about millenial midwesteners who move to the east coast.
See it if you are curious about the history of the U.S. and its attitude towards non-white immigrants over the years.
Don't see it if you have no interest in stories about non-white immigrants/need to see something jolly. There are moments of humor, but...
See it if you're curious about Punjabi/Sikh communities, want to see something about how a small, tight-knit community deals with issues and tragedy.
Don't see it if You don't like dream sequences with cool costumes or are uncomfortable with racial issues.
See it if You like one-woman shows that deal with current politics with a personal angle.
Don't see it if You don't like one-person shows about politics or you like very structured work.
See it if You like Ted Talks on neurology and neuroscience. Those parts were the highlight of the evening.
Don't see it if You really like/love rap. I brought a rap- loving friend who thought that the rapping just wasn't good.
See it if you're interested in a show that reflects some of the issues brought out by the last election, the idea of communal living and utopias.
Don't see it if quirky, semi-autobiographical theater bores you.
See it if You want to see some excellent acting that explores the brown immigrant dilemma of keeping your culture yet fitting in.
Don't see it if You don't like family dramas or shows that are over 2 hours long.
See it if you like dark humor and lyrical language (which isn't to say it isn't profane at times, but it's poetic profanity).
Don't see it if naturalistic plays aren't your thing or you don't like monologues or plays about prison.
See it if you want to see something positive about women and their bodies told with humor and great songs.
Don't see it if you hate glitter and music.
See it if You were part of or are familiar with the NY indie theater scene of the past 20 years, or just want to hear an interesting tale.
Don't see it if You don't like shows where just 2 people play all the parts with minimal costume or set changes.
See it if You like dark humor, a script that resonates with the financial and health-related realities of the day, and like great acting & set design.
Don't see it if You like theater as an escape from reality or need to see a happy play.