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See it if you want to support a good actor attempting to dissect a challenging topic of loss.
Don't see it if you prefer quick pacing and a more unique interpretation of the subject matter.
See it if you want to see actors try to make the best out of a poorly constructed script.
Don't see it if you actually expect comedy in a comedic play. Every line fell flat, none of the characters were absorbing and the pacing was atrocious.
See it if You want to waste an evening listening to obnoxiously loud music and cheesy lighting that has nothing to do with the actual show.
Don't see it if you enjoy a good plot, good singing or good acting.
See it if you like exploring economic and social discrimination within race groups and if you prefer humor while tackling a resonant subject matter.
Don't see it if you're not in the mood for a one man show, care not for a serious glimpse into racial prejudices and martial complexities.
See it if want to spend 1 hour laughing about race relations and family dynamics.
Don't see it if don't like small spaces, looking for a light hearted show without social commentary. Not good for kids.
See it if you want to spend an evening with a smile on your face....it's Mr Bean meets Jim Carrey meets social media.
Don't see it if don't like clowning around, one man shows, or use of humor to comment on social issues.
See it if like an interesting premise exploring the inner conflict and duality of human nature.
Don't see it if you prefer to skip a good premise executed poorly through banal conversations and slow pacing.
See it if you wish to support local theater and that's pretty much the only reason to watch this play.
Don't see it if you enjoy thought provoking pieces, good acting or care to enjoy your evening.
See it if you would like to learn about the world of the deaf and explore the complexities of a minority group.
Don't see it if prefer a well balanced play with more insightful musings on a relevant topic.
See it if you have 2 very long hours to burn contemplating a rather important topic presented in a most banal manner.
Don't see it if you're a fan of interesting viewpoints or well paced plays that engages the audience.
See it if you want an evening of great singing and light heartedness.
Don't see it if you want an evening of substance and depth. Also it can get raunchy in parts so beware of having kids attend.
See it if you're in the mood for a non Broadway fluff.
Don't see it if you're expecting great singing or an in depth character study that goes beyond the neatly wrapped up endings.
See it if you're in the mood for a delightful evening of not thinking too much.
Don't see it if you're insistent on watching a heavy, sonorous commentary on anything of political or social relevance.
See it if you wish to watch the great Cate Blanchett in person.
Don't see it if you're sick of over-indulgent Russian plays that drones on after 1 hour and devolves into simple absurdity.
See it if you wish to support community theater.
Don't see it if you expect good writing, good plot or general entertainment in a play. Don't see it if you dislike unnecessary screaming and shouting.
See it if you like musicals and great acting tackling relevant issues.
Don't see it if you want good humor and if you prefer focus on a few issues rather than an everything but the kitchen sink play.
See it if You're in the mood to watch grown men in kids gym shorts the entire play.
Don't see it if You're not good with thick accents, Scottish slangs or looking for a play that's less in your face.
See it if you're in the mood for a Monty Python-ish play at a wonderful community theater.
Don't see it if you don't like dated material that never quite gets it's footing or isn't refreshed enough for the modern audience.
See it if you appreciate a character driven play without bells and whistles to distract from good acting and plot.
Don't see it if you expect action or prefer plays not focused exclusively on story telling.
See it if you're a mood for a great musical with a relevant subject matter and charming acting.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals, don't like teenage or family subject matter, or generally have no soul. :)
See it if want a delightful evening of not thinking too much.
Don't see it if prefer a polished entertainer or unique magic tricks that hasn't been seen countless of times before.
See it if you like politically driven plays, albeit with no heart or interesting viewpoint.
Don't see it if you like a play that moves and engages you with characters that elicits some ounce of emotion from the audience.
See it if you're interested in the ramifications of drawing national boundaries and the effect of it on everyday citizens.
Don't see it if you're in the mood for something lighter and more uplifting.
See it if a relevant play that addresses the current volatile racial atmosphere while revisiting the 1964 race riots in NYC.
Don't see it if you're looking for a musical or an escape from reality experience.
See it if want to watch Uma Thurman be Uma Thurman and care to spend the evening being drowned in liberal heavy handed preaching.
Don't see it if you don't want to watch a very relevant topic presented in a very cliche manner.
See it if missed out on Monty Python's run and want a quick laugh without the overthinking.
Don't see it if you're in the mood for a dark, intellectual show that challenges your very approach to...well anything really.
See it if you wish to watch entertainment that is relevant to the world in which we live.
Don't see it if you wish to watch engaging characters who will dare you to feel their frustrations and dismay.
See it if you want to see delightful Kevin Kline do delightful Kevin Kline.
Don't see it if you're looking for non-fluffy, over the top comedy...in which case you should probably go grab a drink.
See it if you want to support your local theater and the off-off broadway shows.
Don't see it if you wish not to spend the evening catching glimpses of insightfulness scattered within 2 hours of meta, uneventful acting.