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See it if you want to see a fantastically constructed drama about family ties.
Don't see it if you're looking for something lighthearted - while this has light moments, it's a heavy work.
See it if you want a campy take on the trials of being a high school girl with excellent vocal performances. Think updated Heathers.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of camp, or are expecting a flashy production.
See it if you want a fun, flashy, glittery, immersive post-apocalyptic telling of the life of Oscar Wilde and contemplation of its lessons.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable in loud, crowded spaces or queer bars.
See it if you want to have a good laugh while learning more about the impacts of chronic illness on families.
Don't see it if you're opposed to discussions of sex - it's a pretty relevant theme.
See it if you're interested in the stagecraft aspect - the gorilla is really cool! I also love the performance of Christiani Pitts.
Don't see it if you're expecting something more complex than the original B-movie material (which I think is unfair to the show, tbh).
See it if you want a fun, intelligent take on what queer spaces mean to their inhabitants.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with plays about gay men, or hate Scottish accents.
See it if you want to support shows that include ASL in really creative ways and has superb acting all around
Don't see it if TRIGGER WARNING: depictions of suicide and substance abuse, discussion of sexual abuse.
See it if you can commit to a long, convoluted, often painful story which fails to provide resolution.
Don't see it if you're sensitive to discussions/depictions of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse/manipulation.
See it if you want to see some great acting and writing.
Don't see it if you're looking for something light and disconnected from the modern world - despite being old the central conflict holds up.
See it if you want to see a solid cast perform a decently written queer piece.
Don't see it if you're looking for a completely polished work - the conclusion is still a bit rough.
See it if you want to see a really cool incorporation of dance into storytelling centered around women's experiences.
Don't see it if you're looking for an even treatment.
See it if you want a touching look at queer life not so long ago that will make you laugh (gotta love Tennessee Williams).
Don't see it if you're sensitive to portrayals and discussion of homosexuality.
See it if you want to watch Billie Piper do some truly amazing acting in a very intense play.
Don't see it if you're sensitive to depictions of self harm and/or about struggles with conception.
See it if you're interested in minority experiences and how the political intersects with the personal.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable watching cis straight white men be jerks - there's a few scenes that were tough for me to sit through.
See it if you're a fan of intense dramas, Eugene O'Neill, and stories that aren't about redemption. Also Denzel Washington.
Don't see it if you're looking for something light, upbeat, flashy, or short (it's almost 4 hours).
See it if you want an entertaining one-woman show about the people who never expected to be revolutionaries.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable watching a character learn queer topics - she's like your aunt saying something rude because she doesn't know better.
See it if you're looking for an emotionally devastating musical that doesn't force a happy ending to make the audience comfortable.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with a frank treatment of how some queer youth are treated, or are uncomfortable with the use of slurs.
See it if you didn't see it off Broadway or in Jersey, I guess?
Don't see it if you saw an earlier version of the show. They RUINED it in the transfer up. It went from being earnest and lovely to a hollow caricature.
See it if you want to see 3 very nimble actors in a 360 degree production about the moral conversation around the vietnam war
Don't see it if you're looking for a flashy production - this is pretty stripped down, which adds a lot to the show.
See it if you really love Cher, and don't mind hearing other audience members more than the cast.
Don't see it if you want an original take on the singer biomusical. Same devices as Summer, just Cher songs.
See it if you want the best fusion of a musical, a concert, and a drag show that I've ever seen. I'm going again ASAP.
Don't see it if you're looking for a standard staging/show, or can't handle loud music.
See it if you're a fan of Michael C. Hall and can appreciate the subtlety of his performance.
Don't see it if you'd struggle to find the art in what feels like 70 minutes of stream of consciousness rambling.
See it if you want a fun, hilarious queering of Elizabethan versions of greek tragedies. SUCH A GOOD TIME. I can't quite describe how much fun I had.
Don't see it if you're looking for a serious drama, or are opposed to any representation of the queer community.
See it if you're up for a modified version of the movie with some excellent singing
Don't see it if you're attached to an exact repeat of the movie, or loud audiences bother you - they wouldn't shut up!
See it if you're ready to buy in to a production that's part improv, part punk show, part shadow puppets, part moral story, and part drinking game.
Don't see it if you're looking for conventional theater or are uncomfortable with participation.
See it if you want great singing and a 3 generation story.
Don't see it if you're bothered by women always being expected to forgive everything and their forgiveness being the moral high of the story.
See it if you want a surprisingly funny dialogue driven drama where no one gets to be the hero.
Don't see it if you don't like dialogue driven shows - the script is really what carries the play.
See it if you want to see a revival that stays true to the original writing but interacts constructively with the current moment.
Don't see it if you're looking for a more modern musical.
Also I loved Eliza, but wasn't a fan of this portrayal of Henry.