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See it if you want to see a great performer reveal his impressive acting and singing chops in a one act "cabaret" that is sincere and personal.
Don't see it if if a guy in drag doing all the clichéd "Blanche DuBois" and other Williams' ladies routines is not to your liking. Show dragged (literally).
See it if You want to enjoy the funniest play of the season, top-notch in every respect. A joy from start to finish. The company is sublime.
Don't see it if You are some sort of grinch and don't like comedies. Just stay home and let someone else have the the pleasure.
Also I loved it. May be the best comedy of the year!
See it if you have read the book and know what you are in for. Edgy unusual theater experience.
Don't see it if you don't know the book, and don't want to be confused, bored or grossed out.
See it if you want to spend 2-1/2 hours confused because you cant understand the lyrics they are singing in this opera, and you just want to listen.
Don't see it if you are not needing a sleeping pill.
See it if you want to see a Bdway classic in an up close, brilliant, clever, dressed-down production that you will never forget. Fantastic cast.
Don't see it if you don't like Sondheim and can't get over it. Miss it at your peril!
See it if you will benefit from another play about drug addiction and its impact on family and friends, and staging that makes the time pass.
Don't see it if you expect a story that might have some resonance in your life. The characters are not interesting and there are no stakes. tedious
See it if you need two hours of rest. The play is a sleeping pill. Of course, run if you love Annie Baker plays. This play is tedious dreck.
Don't see it if you want to be entertained and enriched. This play belongs in the garbage can along with the actors' empty soda cans and used dishes.
See it if you relish O'Neill plays, dated as they may be, and want to see a fantastic, over-the-top production in a unique setting.
Don't see it if you don't like dated early 20th plays, with little or no humor, and unsubtle irony.
See it if you like a good story, brilliant performances, and a fantastic score. Glenn Close giving the performance of a lifetime. Unforgettable
Don't see it if you don't appreciate top-notch musical theater.
See it if you like a well made play from the 50's, simply but well-staged, and brilliantly acted.
Don't see it if you don't like two intermissions, or plays of a somewhat dated nature.
See it if you love British farce in the fashion of NOISES OFF. Lots of sight gags and physical comedy, and a hard-working terrific cast. Very amusing!
Don't see it if you don't like British farce, or a cast that is working very hard to wring humor from this somewhat dated genre.
See it if you like feminist plays featuring lesbian characters, and anachronistic cursing and verbiage.
Don't see it if you resent language at odds with the time and place of the piece, in a dull production that fails to bring the best out of the actors.
See it if you enjoy absorbing well-written, acted and directed family drama, that is intelligent, funny and bitter sweet.
Don't see it if if you have no heart and no sense of humor.
See it if you want to see two of Broadway's reigning divas in top form - Lupone and Ebersole are brilliant in an interesting and entertaining story.
Don't see it if you want a serious musical delving deeply into the iconic Arden and Rubenstein stories. The show' s superficial and some of it is lame.
See it if You want a crowd pleasing simple story that is embellished by excellent cirque de soleil acrobatics, and fine singing. A big production!
Don't see it if you are a discriminating sophisticated theatregoer who really does not like cirque de soleil type performances.
See it if you like fine acting and direction, and provocative unpredictable theater that leaves you with more questions than answers.
Don't see it if you don't like Matthew Broderick and a distinguished cast that you may find disappointing in this unusual edgy piece.
See it if you like interesting and challenging developing works that expand horizons, if you like Marissa Tomei, and a lot of unusual sexual content.
Don't see it if sex talk and odd pairings offend you, and if you like a play that has a point you can easily sum up and explain.
See it if you adore Tyne Daley and the Jerry Herman score, and generally like the concert version style of Musicals at Mufti
Don't see it if you' re unfamiliar with the piece and don't have the best hearing. There are no mikes, and Daley & Fraser's accents are difficult at times.
See it if you want to see a group of expert actors in a well-constructed play of historical theatrical significance.
Don't see it if You don't like nearly 3 hour long talky plays that may not have a message that will resonate with you or transport you.
See it if you'd like to be immersed in a fascinating remembrance of one fine actor written and performed by another. A "must see" for the cognoscenti.
Don't see it if you don't like one man shows, and have no interest in George Rose or Ed Dixon.
See it if you like great comedic acting by a first rate company, and a clever if somewhat dated book. Terrific production values.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy dated, slightly illogical, American comedies, and Nathan Lane et al who star in this fun evening.
See it if You enjoy great theatre beautifully produced and staged, with impressive performances and a thoughtful story.
Don't see it if you are looking for a conventional musical comedy experience, were you don't need to pay close attention to what is happening.
See it if you want to experience the finest non-musical theatrical event on Broadway.
Don't see it if you have no brain and want mindless entertainment.
See it if you like the cast members, and a play that has some ideas, but really does not resonate.
Don't see it if you want to be transported by a play. This one is resolutely earthbound and clichéd - the author isn't telling us anything we don't know.
See it if you generally enjoy SITP and, well-acted and well-spoken lively updated interpretations of classics.
Don't see it if you don't like modernized versions of Shakespeare plays, or Shakespeare in the Park.
See it if you like terrific musical theatre, with great story, perfs and production values. I never saw the film and thought the show was magnificent.
Don't see it if you don't care for the film at all, and don't like imaginative musical staging.
See it if you want to see an elaborate revival of this rarely produced work, and are interested in the subject matter-perhaps it will resonate 4U
Don't see it if you are seeking a stimulating, meaningful play, that doesn't put you to sleep.
Also I left at intermission.
See it if drawing room English comedy of manners interest you and you don't mind a lot of shrill, clipped bad accents.
Don't see it if you expect to learn anything or be transported. I could barely remember what the thing was about by the time I got home.
See it if you like the 4 actors, who are doing their typical, predictable shtick. It is an interesting, but not original idea for a theater piece.
Don't see it if you want a play that can't make up its mind whether it is serious or comic, or that makes all too much logical sense. The 90 mins dragged.
See it if you possibly can. Brilliant revival of national treasure, w/outstanding perfs, staging, production values etc. A life-enhancing experience.
Don't see it if you don't like musical comedy, Bette Midler, or are dead!
See it if you love Sondheim, art, humanity, and stellar performances. A must-see for musical theatre lovers.
Don't see it if you are looking for a fast. funny, and loud musical with dancing and chorus girls.
See it if you like interesting ideas, an elaborate production, and good performances.
Don't see it if you like to take-away something from a play you see. This is a muddle, yet there are worthwhile elements.
See it if you like an old-fashioned show with a parade of great songs and terrific singing, and you don't mind a mess of a silly book.
Don't see it if you like coherent logical musical theater.
See it if you are a fan of Harvey Fierstein and enjoy a well-written, smartly-directed, and beautifully performed play that resonates with meaning.
Don't see it if you don't like Fierstein or plays about gay men and the history of gay intolerance and acceptance in the last 50 or so years.
See it if you need a couple of hours of laughter in the theater. A spectacular performance by Jordan Ahnquist alone is worth the price of admission.
Don't see it if you don't like slapstick comedy, or shows with audience participation.
See it if you loved the movie it is based on, and expect that moments in this new show will bring happy memories of what you enjoyed in the film.
Don't see it if unless you like quirky offbeat shows with lots of silliness, based on a movie you probably must see in order to understand what is going on
See it if you enjoy modern relationship plays that combine humor and sadness, and a gay protagonist longing for a significant other...
Don't see it if dislike plays about twenty somethings dealing with relationship issues, friendship, love and sex.
See it if you want to see a well-acted but dated story about a woman trying to have it all, and failing.
Don't see it if you expect to be enlightened or learn something new from a play. This one rehashes themes we have seen again and again.
See it if you have trouble falling asleep. This is an effective sleeping pill.
Don't see it if you like coherent, logical, touching stories about families and young people. This one is off the charts.
See it if you like the Williams and are open to a brilliantly acted, but spare new production that casts a different light on this classic work.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a bare stage new interpretation, despite the presence of a generally marvelous cast.
See it if you like 70 minute monologues without insight or point delivered by an actress who does not project her voice or take command of the stage.
Don't see it if you want to learn anything or be entertained.
See it if you generally like good musicals, pleasant singing and good choreography, and a decent enough story line.
Don't see it if you are seeking exceptional entertainment for your dollar, and something that you will long remember and will resonate with you.
See it if you generally like musicals and enjoy good singing, interesting staging, and a neat tied up ending.
Don't see it if you want more than just fluffy generic entertainment, and find clichéd characters irritating. Also, don't go if you don't like a capella.
See it if you think this a going to be some great show, and you liked the film.
Don't see it if you expect a mature, sensitive translation of the touching film to the stage. This is a heavy handed, often silly, production.