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See it if there's a worthwhile play here underneath the rural stereotypes, sitcom shtick and sappy melodrama this director has imposed on it.
Don't see it if you've already seen A Very Special Episode of The Dukes of Hazzard. A missed opportunity to know a loving if dysfunctional Kentucky family.
See it if Excellent, intimate showcase of major American writer and cast. Lewiston is modest and fine, but Clarkston (Act 2) is unforgettable theater.
Don't see it if I would have preferred to see the 2 plays separately, and skip the Sunday "Idaho Snack Pack," utterly gross. But don't miss Clarkston.
See it if Wow. 3 virtuoso actors doubling as mother/son or father/daughter, often within seconds. Masterful, tender, and finally heartbreaking.
Don't see it if you want to see a conventional play, or if you're easily upset by an intense story of family breakdown.
See it if A thrilling drama of moral choices in a large, loving Northern Irish family amid the violence of the 1981 Troubles. Superb cast of 21.
Don't see it if 3.5 hours, with a sprawling plot and political argument, and sometimes the accents are hard to follow. For me, it rewarded the investment.