See it if you are a fan of Kristen Childs' musical theater work.
Don't see it if you were expecting the dynamite explosion that the Playwrights Horizon 2000 production was when it it the stage.
See it if you are looking for an out –of-the-box theatrical experience, with twist.
Don't see it if you find an intimate examination of a marriage partner a little too close for comfort.
See it if you read George Orwell’s novel as a part of your high school English class or simply if you are open to new theatrical experience.
Don't see it if if these CRAZY political times WE are CURRENTLY experiencing aren’t concerning to you.
See it if you want to have an intimate experience with individuals you wouldn't normally encounter in your everyday life.
Don't see it if are not open to have an intimate experience with individuals you wouldn't normally encounter in your everyday life.
See it if ONLY if you enjoy being tortured for an hour and forty-five minutes.
Don't see it if you are expecting to see a bright, new, interesting idea for a play starring your favorite FRIEND Chandler from the NBC-TV show Friends.
See it if you ONLY want to recapture that feeling you got when you saw the show for the first time back in 1954 (NOTE: That rules out most of us.)
Don't see it if you enjoy contemporary musical theater musicals.
See it if you have nothing but time on your hands and are looking to have and UNUSUALLY DIFFERENT experience...............not necessarily a good one
Don't see it if you are looking to experience a "REAL" play in the traditional sense of the word.
See it if you love watching skilled actors doing what they do best - becoming someone different right before your eyes.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy seeing a well acted play with actors at the TOP of their profession.
See it if you are curious, but REMEMBER, curiosity KILLED THE CAT!!!
Don't see it if you can get a ticket to ANYTHING else other than Kid Victory, The Price, or Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.
See it if you enjoy being surprised with laughter.
Don't see it if are a stick on the mud, because it is a FUN evening in the theater that will have you leaving the theater, surprisingly happy.
See it if you enjoy intelligent plays about real issues.
Don't see it if you are an idiot. This play is about something serious and it really deserves your full attention and compassion.
See it if you must, but I suggest that you tear up your tickets, then burn them, and then bury the ashes somewhere out of site and mind.
Don't see it if love the theater. Seeing it will darken your soul FOREVER!!!
See it if you are interested in seeing new works.
Don't see it if you are not interesting in being about to discuss all the issues it will provoke after sitting through it for two hours.
See it if you are in the mood to have your spirits lifted and your funny bone tickled!!!
Don't see it if you don't enjoy the taking of a classic story and modernizing it with a new perspective.
See it if you enjoy eating cake batter before it gets the chance to become, with all the all the magical ingredients, it's intended purpose.
Don't see it if you prefer to eat a fully baked cake, icing and all.
See it if you enjoy seeing actors working hard to bring to life a DEAD-ON-ARRIVAL play that should have NEVER been revived.
Don't see it if you are expecting a enjoyable evening in the theater.
See it if (ONLY) you need to kill two and a half hours in an air-conditioned midtown location, before meeting friends for drinks or dinner.
Don't see it if you have a closet, cabinet, or desk drawer that needs to be cleaned out. Your time is better spent cleaning out that closet, cabinet, & desk
See it if you are looking for a theater experience that will have you talking about it LONG AFTER you leave the theater that evening and weeks later!!
Don't see it if you are not interested in having a mind blowing experience in the theater.
See it if you enjoyed the movie and are curious to see how they create the story live on stage. It's different, but different is good in this instance
Don't see it if you are looking for a Bill Murray/Andie MacDowell reunion or an EXACT replica of the film on stage. You will be disappointed.
See it if ONLY if you are a fan of Kate Burton, Kristine Nielsen, and newcomer Cobie Smulders. These three woman were WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don't see it if you are hoping for a fun evening of razor sharp Noel Coward wit.
See it if enjoy being DISAPPOINTED by a revival of this musical that should have NEVER headlined an actress not known to be a singing diva.
Don't see it if you saw the original 1994 Broadway production staring either Betty Buckley or Elaine Paige.
See it if you want to see an INTERESTING play with surprising reach.
Don't see it if you aren't open to thinking about something you might already know about but from a very different perspective.
See it if you need refuge from a rain storm for a couple of hours.
Don't see it if you enjoy an interesting afternoon/evening in the theater. It's just NOT worth the time you will have invested.
See it if you are given a FREE ticket, have three hours to kill, and have NOTHING else to do.
Don't see it if you are able to get a ticket to any OTHER musical.
See it if you ever watched Sesame Street while growing up and wondered what happened to all those people and creatures when they grew up.
Don't see it if you don't like to laugh because you will LAUGH YOUR ASS OFF while watching this show. WONDERFULLY FUNNY evening in the musical theater.