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See it if You love great free Shakespeare! Smith Street Stage reliably produces wonderful productions, and Richard III was no exception.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy Shakespeare.
See it if You want to see an incredible cast perform a creative show with out of this world staging.
Don't see it if You hate musicals where there's no speaking parts, or you don't like having to pay attention in order to understand what's going on.
See it if you've never seen it, one of the classics with a strong cast, especially the women, who blew the roof off of the theater.
Don't see it if You don't like musicals with a historical setting.
See it if you enjoy American history, brilliant writing, singing, staging, pacing, acting, musicals that make you think/laugh/cry.
Don't see it if Just go see it. It'll be good for you.
See it if You love Musicals, or Shakespeare, or need a show that will make you laugh.
Don't see it if You're looking for a serious drama. If you don't know any musicals at all ( you've never heard of Les Miserables) you may not get the jokes
See it if you want to see great theater outdoors. The show is funny and well-acted, and because the audience moves, it's super engaging.
Don't see it if You're looking for serious drama, or if sitting on the ground and having to change places/wander around central park isn't appealing to you.
See it if You want to see some incredibly talented actors, singers, and dancers perform slightly uneven material that hits some brilliant high notes.
Don't see it if If you don't enjoy wickedly clever, high energy numbers or you'll be unhappy with a show that's not completely polished.
See it if you enjoy beautiful singing, child actors as strong and talented as the adult cast, an incredibly moving and surprisingly relatable story.
Don't see it if You're only there for big choral or dance numbers.
See it if You love history, or well-staged musical theater. See it while Lea Salogna is in it, because she's amazing. George Takei is also very good.
Don't see it if it will really bother you that the book isn't as finely tuned as it could be, or if you don't enjoy some period-y songs.