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See it if you are a Carrie Coons fan and you have a high tolerance for seeing someone cope with a devastatingly depressing turn of events.
Don't see it if you are easily depressed or have a high sensitivity to hospitals, medical adversity, or sick children.
See it if you're a Peter Pan fanatic who needs to see anything related to Barrie's character.
Don't see it if you're not a masochist looking to sit through 90 minutes of dreck.
See it if you want to see an expertly performed classic that resonates as much today as when it was written.
Don't see it if broad socio-political farce is not your cup of tea.
See it if you would appreciate an inventive, thoughtful, & unusual take on the events of 9/11.
Don't see it if you are still sensitive or easily upset by conjuring up memories of 9/11 and its immediate aftermath.
See it if you want to see Glenn Close's legendary performance and hear the score superbly played by a full orchestra.
Don't see it if you don't like Glenn Close or the original film. The two romantic leads are a bit duddy and their romance is old-fashioned.
See it if you want to be dazzled by incredible comic timing, physical gymnastics, and one of the most amazing sets you'll ever see.
Don't see it if you are not big on raucous physical comedy and are looking for a narrative of some consequence.
See it if you want to see a classic American play whose many layers are as relevant (or even more so), today as when it was written. Exquisite cast.
Don't see it if you don't like very traditionally structured plays with a single set and three acts.
See it if you are an Arthur Miller fan and want to watch an expert cast deliver on an intelligent and moving script.
Don't see it if you find Arthur Miller too talky and intellectual, or are looking for a new interpretation of the text.
See it if you want a bold take on a classic. Sam Gold's concept has its moments but ultimately doesn't serve Williams's vision. Sally Fields is great
Don't see it if you are not ready to let go of all of the other productions of this play that you have seen and go in with fresh eyes.
See it if you like joyous colors and dancing, and want to witness, in Bette Midler, what will go down as one of Broadway's legendary performances.
Don't see it if if you don't like Bette Midler or classing Broadway musicals.
See it if you are a fan of Allison Janney and John Benjamin Hickey and want a refresher on what a certain crossection of NYC was like in the 1990s.
Don't see it if you want a fresh take on this material or if mind looking at an ugly set for 90+ minutes.
See it if you want to see a classic of the American Theater staged in a fresh and exhilarating way.
Don't see it if you don't like highly stylized text, acting, and staging.
See it if you would appreciate an old-fashioned, not particularly original, look at how gay male relationships have evolved in the last 50 years.
Don't see it if you are looking for a fresh take on the evolution of gay male relationships in the last 50 years.
See it if you have never seen the show and want to fill a gap in your knowledge of important 20th century theatrical works.
Don't see it if you expect a clear narrative and have a low threshold for chaotic presentation.
See it if you're a David Byrne fan and if you aren't already familiar with he Joan of Arc story.
Don't see it if you're looking for new insight into or a new way of looking at the Joan of Arc story.
See it if you are in the mood for a big, splashy, and over-done family musical.
Don't see it if you're looking for something artistic or if you have a Disney aversion.
See it if you like on your comedy fast-paced, raucous, smart, chock-full of popular culture references, and somewhat surreal.
Don't see it if you expect a a logical story or traditional narrative.
See it if You like an old-fashioned "Hey kids! Let's put on a show!" musical.
Don't see it if If you don't like stereotypical Broadway fluff where the performers/dancers are smiling all the time.
See it if you like terrific acting and Machiavellian characters.
Don't see it if ff you wouldn't appreciate a "talky" show where most of "action" consists of the lead characters psychologically manipulating each other.
See it if you would enjoy a well-meaning musical with its heart in the right place and don't mind trite lyrics and a banal script.
Don't see it if you expect more than a cliche-ridden book peopled with characters that are one dimensional stereotypes.
See it if for a good-intentioned depiction of racial, economic, and class disparity in America.
Don't see it if If you want some new insight or a fresh take on the issue of racial, economic, and class disparity in America.
See it if You would like a thoughtful look at the circle of life that is well-staged and well-acted.
Don't see it if If you don't want to feel a little sad at the end or if you've never asked yourself what life's meaning is.
See it if you want to be entertained and moved by a great set of characters of a type too often under-represented in mainstream theater and film.
Don't see it if you are hoping for a well developed treatment of the gender/transgender theme. The characters are more interesting than the play as a whole.
See it if you are interested in what this controversial "lightning rod" has to say about surviving these difficult times.
Don't see it if Michael Moore easily gets under your skin, or if you are expecting a thoroughly realized theatrical experience.
See it if you are an Oscar Isaac fan--his great performance/interpretation is by far this production's highlight. Peter Friedman is also excellent.
Don't see it if if this is your first Hamlet, unless you read it first, or if you wouldn't appreciate a production with a lot of meaningless gimmicks.
See it if you like your musicals to have real substance and to address issues that our society deals with daily. Also to see Ben Platt's great perf.
Don't see it if if light and fluffy is your idea of what a Broadway musical should be.
See it if you are a fan of the book, although I think all can appreciate it. The show does a nice job of vividly bringing Orwell's tale to life.
Don't see it if you don't want to think about just how bad it can get under a totalitarian state.
See it if even if you are not a fan of the movie. It is charming, raucous, tuneful, and has a great lead in Andy Karl.
Don't see it if if you don't like fantasy mixed with equal parts zaniness, cynicism, and romance.
See it if you are a fan of political/historical p[lays and want to see a well-directed and acted "recreation" of a bit of recent history.
Don't see it if you are easily frustrated by the futility of trying to make inroads in the Middle East peace process.
See it if you are a Christian Borle fan and for the few numbers that show off Basil Twist's work.
Don't see it if you are expecting razzle-dazzle larger-than-life stage pictures and special effects.
See it if you like a show with an earnest message told through cliched Broadway razz-matazz choreography that works against the real story.
Don't see it if if constant movement and "jazz hands" are not your idea of good dancing.
See it if you would like a show that has a real dialogue with history and resonates in today's political, social, and cultural climate.
Don't see it if you are not interested ,in history and the way it informs our present
See it if you want to see two musical legends Lupone and Ebersole chew up the stage.
Don't see it if you are looking for an original or subtle book.
See it if You would like a character-driven piece that looks at the confluence of history.
Don't see it if You need a narrative that tied up into a neat little bundle at show's end.
See it if you appreciate character-driven narrative and challenging subject matter. Also, if you are are a John Kander fan.
Don't see it if you expect a sunny musical with catchy songs and dance numbers. Also, if you're sensitive to the subject of child endangerment/abuse.
See it if you really want to be moved by this show like never before
Don't see it if you like your Broadway musicals with lots of fluff and razz-matazz.
See it if you are a Jessie Mueller fan and if you want to be blown away by Christopher Fitzgerald's specialty number. (And if you like pie!)
Don't see it if you would find the idea of a married pregnant woman having a passionate affair with her married ob-gyn icky.
See it if you appreciate a production that runs like a well-oiled machine and is full of virtuosic performances from great stage actors.
Don't see it if you are looking for a fresh take on the media business's obsession with money and fame.
See it if you want to feel like you are part of the production and have the rare opportunity to be with some great actors in a very intimate setting.
Don't see it if you're a real traditionalist and wouldn't appreciate a very macho take on the play.
See it if you would enjoy an odd mash-up of surreal satire, goofy humor and macabre narrative.
Don't see it if you want a traditional show with a consistent tone and are easily creeped- out.
See it if style and spectacle over substance are what matters to you.
Don't see it if anything other than a banal love story matters to you or if you're looking for the elements that make Tolstoy's War & Peace so compelling.
See it if you like Corey Stoll and/or Rachel Weisz (although she is not at her best here)
Don't see it if you can't bear the thought of spending 2 hours with a self-absorbed, abrasive, and psychotic British woman.