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See it if Masterfully acted and directed play that deals with the aftermath of a school shooting. The performances of Mitchell, Giese and Brock are
Don't see it if You don’t care for magnificently acted play that examines questions of guilt, blame and responsibility.
Also The finest to be seen currently in NY.
See it if You would like to hear the political views of today’s republicans and Trump supporters. It is good to have these rarely expressex political
Don't see it if You are utterly repelled by Republican/Trump notions. Play is talky but talk is absorbing in the mouths of this great cast.
See it if You like a play that is more like a college end of term project than a well written piece of good theater. Only for Stuhlbarg fans.
Don't see it if You do not like amateurishly written, poorly performed exercises in tedium.
See it if You enjoy a mix of funny and utterly cryptic. First half a scream and then the show turns into an unfathomable mess. Audience participation
Don't see it if You expect a total evening of an involving piece. 2nd half of show is annoyingly alienating and downright dull.
See it if You want a new and imaginative take on a masterpiece of the genre. Joshua Henry scores a home-run as Billy. His Solilloquy rips the roof off
Don't see it if You are not interested in revivals.
See it if You enjoy great acting. Ed Harris, Amy Madigan, F. Murray Abraham, and Mark Linn-Baker give stunning performances. You can forgive the muddl
Don't see it if You have problems with the muddled and unconvincing writing of David Rabe. Play is overlong and tedious. Message is evident after 15 minutes
See it if You want to see a great performance by Michael Cera, and an outstanding one from Brian Tyree Henry. Chris Evans and Bel Powley are also very
Don't see it if You are not interested in great acting, wonderfully written dialogue, and an exciting staging from Trip Cullman. One of the best offerings t
See it if You have great hearing. The sound design is very casual and Frau Hoss mumbles in accented English. I was on last row and understood about ha
Don't see it if You have hearing or backside problems. Two hours, no interval makes for difficult sit. Not for the hearing or the orthopedically challenged.
See it if You want to see a Broadway masterpiece revived with an outstanding cast, a knock-out leading lady, gorgeous sets and costumes, and perceptiv
Don't see it if If you don't like classic musical masterpieces magnificently revitalized.
See it if Your love of history and politics exceeds your desire for well performed,absorbing, and excitingly staged theater. You enjoy tedious, monotn
Don't see it if You cannot bear to see the same scene over and over again in the course of a performance. If you ever respected Bria Cox’s acting skills, as
See it if Zany, uninhibited take onChekhov’s Three Sisters. If you dislike Chekhov, you might enjoy the unfettered silliness of this piece.
Don't see it if You don’t think that modern, silly, outlandish satire of a Chekhov masterpiece is worth your time. Actors work hard to little avail.
See it if You are interested in ASL and like to see shows simultaneously interpreted. That is the only trump card of this turgid, confusing, senseless
Don't see it if You might be upset to see teo of New York’s great theatrupical treasures, Lisa Emery & Lois Smith completely at sea with dialog that no one
See it if You want to see a masterful Hickey from Denzel and a remarkable cast that surrounds him, especially Morse and Irwin.
Don't see it if You don't want to spend four hours with Irish alcoholics in a barroom who repeat tiresome platitudes.
See it if You like profound, beautifully felt writing delivered by a sterling cast directed by one of the most actor-friendly directors in the busines
Don't see it if You have difficulty with long sits. Play is close to four hours with one intermission. You have had enough of Irish alcoholism per O'Neill
See it if A play that tries to explore the tragedy of school shootings but then goes off onto other topics of lesser interest. You enjoy Lynda Gravatt
Don't see it if If you are tired of plays about obnoxious teenagers. The lead in this play gives a performance that is unsympathetic and sometimes hard to u
See it if You want to witness another great Jessica Hecht performance. Play is an interesting examination of debate surrounding affirmative action in
Don't see it if You have aversion to overwrought prrformances like the one given by Ben Edelman. He is required to deliver ren minute long monolog at feveri
Also Good work from Sally Murphy and the lady who plays the photographer.
See it if You like exciting theater with crackling dialog, beautifully drawn characters, and absorbing situations.
Don't see it if You have problems with violence depicted on stage.