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See it if you enjoy theater that is thought-provoking, engaging, funny, intellectual, or timely. you like plays or 1st person comedy that is personal.
Don't see it if you are a fan of Antonin Scalia. or you only watch musicals. THIS IS NOT A MUSICAL, and it is not "GENERAL BROADWAY FARE".
See it if you've always wanted to see Frankie & Johnny remounted, you like messy layered human relationship stories, you love Michael Shannon or Audra
Don't see it if seeing a 1987 play w/ predatory male tendencies, occasional racially insensitive remarks - today in 2019, stings too much or feels dated.
See it if you've always wondered if anyone but John Malkovich could bring justice to "Pale", ADAM DRIVER DOES. The most challenging contemporary role.
Don't see it if you don't like watching remounts of plays from the 80s written by Lanford Wilson.
See it if You like stories relevant to current social issues. You are interested in seeing a play set in a prison. You have empathy for human stories.
Don't see it if You are not interested in seeing a diverse cast. You love the prison system and think it's fantastic for big business.
See it if love satire, + bold creative work that upends historical classics. you love parodies about millenials. you're die-hard halley feiffer fan.
Don't see it if you want to feel something rather than watch from a distance/ you hate sketch-level broad style, you only like feiffer's more grounded work
See it if You like fast-paced theater, great staging and multi-media, Jonny Lee Miller, Bertie Carvel, British stories, nice set, commentary on media.
Don't see it if you don't like visual overload, moving parts, you get overwhelmed for fast-paced, you don't like ensemble tableaus that are musical-esque.
See it if You love classic Sam Shepard and want to see his work live. You love great acting. You don't mind long, long monologues in dreamlike writing
Don't see it if You don't like intense family dramas about American discontent and the middle class plight. You don't like indulgent, emotional dramas.
See it if you like stories that poke fun at class differences and white privilege. You like watching painfully self-absorbed people slowly fall apart.
Don't see it if you didn't like Eisenberg's previous plays. This is a more developed version of earlier works w/ common themes. You don't like dark dramedy.