If you like this person's taste, follow him or her!
See it if You want to experience raw emotions through the lens of poverty and alcoholism. A classic reimagined.
Don't see it if You dislike melodrama and unhappy endings.
See it if You want to be surprised, even shocked at the accuracy and drama that depictis how people change with their circumstances—survival triumphs
Don't see it if You want to live inside your stereotypes and are afraid of change
See it if The actors ae talented and refer to common Jewish experiences You want to see unusual material handled in unorthodox way
Don't see it if You want a strong narrative thread. This show consists of “bits,” which although familiar, do not provide insight.
See it if An authentic provocative reflection on the racist essence of a southern community. The play generates compassion and thought.
Don't see it if If you want a happy ending, simple solutions and patriotic veneer.
See it if You want an unusual take on this subject.
Don't see it if You want a cliched treatment
See it if You can speak Spanish or want to practice or use subtitles. The seat screens work. You read the novel. You enjoy convincing acting.
Don't see it if You are impatient with translations. You want plays that stay in one time period.
See it if You want a brilliantly acting cohesive team providing a stimulating politically astute play.
Don't see it if You don't want to think about the political and moral implications of our actions.
See it if Anyone who lived through 9/11 and its attendant traumas will appreciate this uplifting response that affirmed the best of human potential.
Don't see it if You want to keep mourning without relief
See it if You are interested in Irish history, particularly the Easter rebellion and the effect it had on ordinary people. You enjoy political theater
Don't see it if You don’t like traditional theater. You are not interested in Irish history.
See it if The staging and dialogue seems very authentic to the Ireland of 1920. The plot is a bit opaque if you’re not familiar with the situation.
Don't see it if You don’t like the irish accent and you are not interested in history.
See it if Unusual theme. Wonderful musical interludes. Good acting
Don't see it if You have a hearing problem—some of the voices were muffled. Or get the available hearing aids. Lovely fresh acting
See it if You want to hear great songs that you are not familiar with, sung by a charming singer, and played with ease and flair. An unforgettable bio
Don't see it if You don’t like the music of Berlin and are not at all curious about his life.
See it if The play was so prescient for its time—1900s and it’s relevant for today. The acting is amazing—achingly real.
Don't see it if You don’t like plays dealing with serious, even depressing themes or you insist on a happy ending.
See it if You are interested in an imagined back story to the Oslo agreement. It feels authentic and bespeaks the current style of negotiations
Don't see it if You want an emotionally pleasing resolution. You don't like ambiguity
See it if You want to be provoked to deeply contemplate our U.S. Culture. This play is as profound and moving as Notage's earlier play, "Ruined."
Don't see it if You want to be soothed into complacency with modern life.
See it if You want to explore your own feelings about human responsibility in relation to authority. You want to be motivated to keep resisting abuse.
Don't see it if You don't want to test the limits of your compassion for humankind,
Also I wish this weren't closing....