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See it if you like a well written Holocaust drama that is, at its heart, a tragic love story of two gay men in a concentration camp in Nazi Germany.
Don't see it if you do not like nudity, violence, LGBT, holocaust, theater in general... I don’t know - this is a beautifully acted play- give it a chance!
See it if you love a beautifully written and very deserving Pulitzer winning play that is so emotional and acted so brilliantly.
Don't see it if you are not interested in stories about death as the play might be too depressing at times.
See it if you would want a thought provoking play loosely based on a classic novel with an LGBTQ spin.
Don't see it if you are not interested in LGBTQ issues or get easily offended by nude scenes and overt sexuality on stage.
See it if you like Marisa Tomei as she commanded the stage. Great production. Entertaining second act (If you can survive the first act)
Don't see it if you are impatient. If you are expecting something great from this celebrated author. This is his weakest play. Uninteresting characters.
See it if you love a great well written dramedy play inspired by one of the great plays of all time.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of plays breaking the fourth wall. This show maybe heavy handed at times and depressing but ultimately very hopeful.
See it if you like a good enough interpretation of a Chekhov play with some fine acting
Don't see it if you like a little more inspired and interesting adaptation of Chekhov’s most endeared play.
See it if you love the novel - although Hamill did an interesting take on the characters, the heart of the story is still there.
Don't see it if you are an Alcott purist as Hamill’s interpretation might turn you off.
See it if you love Miller’s work done by a perfect trio of actors on top of their game - Bening, Letts and Walker. Truly mesmerizing.
Don't see it if you have very little patience as Act 1 can be a little doozy. But once act 2 starts you will be riveted.
See it if you love an intelligently written and very well acted play with themes that are relevant, powerful and affecting.
Don't see it if you are not fond of plays with LGBTQ themes.
See it if you love to see two very beautiful and heartbreaking monologues acted by two of the finest actors on stage and screen today.
Don't see it if you do not want to be depressed. The themes are heart wrenching.
See it if you like experimental, edgy, loud, lively, musical. Dancing is encouraged but that’s as immersive as it can get.
Don't see it if you love the comfort of a chair. I admire the energy and edginess of the show but it sometimes gets too much.
See it if you love immersive theater. With only 10 audience members in a small room in a basement, you better be prepared to participate.
Don't see it if don’t like intimate settings, interactions with actors, active participation, brief nudity, LGBT concerns.
See it if you love a well written, relevant, realistic play about people with demetia and the loved ones that take care of them.
Don't see it if you are not fond of plays that deals with the harsh reality of growing old and how a disease takes its toll to the people caring for them.
See it if you love great acting - Stockard Channing won’t disappoint you. Hugh Dancy also equally enchanting. Dialogue crisp. Emotionally satisfying
Don't see it if you are not too keen on watching family drama.
See it if you love the movie as they have effectively captured its charm. That’s about it though.
Don't see it if appreciate good music. It relied most on movie nostalgia that it failed to give us memorable songs.
See it if you like Absurdist plays. If you like plays that challenge you to find your own interpretation and meaning of the acts presented.
Don't see it if you aren’t fond of or haven’t in your life experience the theatre of the Absurd. It’s a challenging task to sit thru without an open mind
See it if you like LGBTQ plays, comedies about relationships and break-ups. Funny but sometimes punch lines fall flat but might improve in time.
Don't see it if you are not open minded about gay life, or if you are gay you don’t want to see another story about break ups. Nothing revelatory.
See it if you want to experience the magnificent, powerful, riveting performance of the great Glenn Close. She owns that stage.
Don't see it if you want a thought provoking play as this is such a simple story about the mother of Joan of Arc. Very straight forward.
See it if you want a very effective and brilliant interpretation of a Chekhov play. Outstanding acting, intimate setting, Emotionally satisfying
Don't see it if find plays a bore. If you really like theater I really can’t think of anything else that would make you not like this magnificent show
See it if you love to have a good time! Very clever dialogue (Shakespeare-lite). Nostalgic. Just leave your worries out and enjoy the ride!
Don't see it if you are uneasy with Elizabethan comedy which maybe very campy for some. Not a fan of the Go-Go’s or similar 80’s nostalgia.
See it if you love a thought provoking play that resonates with you once you leave the theatre. Outstanding acting. Relevant story. Don’t miss it!
Don't see it if you are not fond of watching gays being themselves. Some themes and imagery may not be suitable for everyone.
See it if you’re a fan of the movie. If you like the comedic genius of Tina Fey.
Don't see it if you believe that the music in any show should have substance and wit. The score here is not memorable at all. It has its moments though.
See it if you like a different take on the classic novel delving into the psyche of the Frankenstein monster - his anguish, his yearning and his pain.
Don't see it if are expecting a classic Frankenstein monster you see in horror films. This is a thinking person’s play.
See it if you love a good dramady with a lot of heart but at the same time also tells a lot of painful truths about getting old and letting go.
Don't see it if you don’t want to hear about aging, father and son relationships, parents having sex, difficult truths about caregiving.
See it if you love unconventional plays that are both masterfully written and emotionally satisfying.
Don't see it if you get easily confused with alternative and idiosyncratic storytelling.
See it if you love plays that truly captivate you, with glorious acting, exquisite direction and a powerful story. Parker was mesmerizing.
Don't see it if you do not appreciate a non traditional play that will leave you reeling long after the final curtain.
See it if you are ready to witness a very powerful play done in manner that has never been done before. Brilliant!
Don't see it if you don’t like to feel uncomfortable as this play tackles very difficult subjects about race and equality.
See it if like me, you consider Audra as the Queen. if you love a beautiful and often times funny unique romantic play.
Don't see it if you don’t like nudity or frank and honest depiction and dialogue of two people after having spend the night in bed together.
See it if you want a unique special theatrical experience filled with gorgeous multi-talented dancers and outstanding singers
Don't see it if you are a prude. If raunchy burlesque performances bother you.
See it if you love historical plays that invites you think as well as incite you to feel.
Don't see it if you don’t like wordy plays. you need to fully prepare yourself to absorb the play’s dialogues for you to be able to appreciate its beauty.
See it if you like immersive theater with beautiful score, great acting, and relevant book.
Don't see it if you are not into immersive theater where the action revolves around you (like literally - they were everywhere!).
See it if you love a beautiful, intelligent, heartrending score masterfully composed by a genius.
Don't see it if you don’t like how Fiasco interprets theater (the minimalist approach).
See it if if you love big broadway spectacle. The puppet is truly a wonder.
Don't see it if you can not tolerate mediocre music, over the top performances, and set designs that rely heavily on projections.
See it if you love theatre. This may be one of the greatest modern plays of all time.
Don't see it if you are not too keen on watching plays with lengthy dialogues and storytelling with thick foreign accents.
See it if .... do yourself a favor. Just see it.
Don't see it if you’re not human...if you lack compassion and empathy. Seriously why are you still reading this? Go buy a ticket NOW.
See it if you like thought provoking plays that effectively presents issues on both sides of the story. Great acting, Washington was heartbreaking.
Don't see it if plays about racism and social injustice makes you uneasy.
See it if you love a great well written truthful play about love, family, loss, loneliness, identity and valuing one’s self.
Don't see it if you do not like very frank and honest portrayals of LGBTQ. your loss though.
See it if you love to be moved by a very powerful timely play about love and marriage and what that piece of paper means to everyone, gay or straight.
Don't see it if ... I don’t know why you shouldn’t see this. I guess what bothered me about it is the loud noise coming from theater downstairs.
See it if you love avant-garde productions. A complete reimagining of a classic musical so powerful, impactful, brilliant and mesmerizing.
Don't see it if are expecting to see a good old fashion revival of a broadway classic. This is not your grandfather’s Oklahoma!
See it if you want to experience the greatness of Janet McTeer. She was truly riveting. Magnificent sets, relevant book, great acting all around.
Don't see it if you don’t like wordy plays, women empowerment, historical figures, Shakespeare.
See it if you like compelling family drama with great acting and a beautiful set for a small off-off broadway theater.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of period piece plays. If you want a crystal clear line between good and evil as the play doesn’t take sides.
See it if you love Donna Summer music as it is the only redeeming factor in this musical... well and maybe also the three ladies. DeBose was sublime.
Don't see it if you are not fond of the jukebox musical and disco music. If you want a story with substance and cohesion.
See it if you love the magic of theatre. Breathtakingly beautiful. Stage craft was amazing. Some great acting.
Don't see it if you are not familiar with the HP canon as you may not be able to get invested in the characters as the story is too thin.
See it if you love Idina. Don’t care much of the story. But it is well acted
Don't see it if you like to see a play where you can root for at least ONE character - geesh! all of them were insufferable.