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See it if if you enjoy light dramas with great acting on a theme that is universal and relevant.
Don't see it if you are more interested in large scale productions, musicals, heavy drama or farcical comedy. This is an even tempered show.
See it if you love revivals. Loved the original (this version closely follows the book) and enjoy great memorable songs and engaging choreography.
Don't see it if You prefer updated versions of older plays. Are not interested in seeing how a classic musical is staged today.
See it if you want to see a revival that is at once very different yet loyal to the original intent. Edgy version that is dark and absorbing
Don't see it if Not interested in musicals, especially those that are reinterpreted from classical versions.
See it if You are interested in understanding how the British press changed in the 1960s with Rupert Murdoch’s purchase of The Sun.
Don't see it if You have trouble understanding accents, are not interested in wordy long plays or British political history.
See it if you enjoy one person plays with an underlying cultural theme. In this case, the play explores class differences within the black community.
Don't see it if you prefer multi-performers in plays with less of a serious or thought provoking theme.
See it if you are a big Nathan Lane fan who would see him in anything or like to see anything that Taylor Mack has devised.
Don't see it if you want a comedy that is funny, or with a message or both. You don't like wordy plays with broad humor.
See it if You enjoy Shakespearean era plays with a bit of modernization of murder, treachery and passion.
Don't see it if You don’t like long plays that ard filled with violence and gore and requires close attention to the language.
See it if you love Sean O'Casey plays and are interested in The Troubles of the 1920s.
Don't see it if You want to see the very best of Sean O'Casey (This was his first play) and an ending that is more surprising.
See it if You enjoy dark comedies with contemporary themes.
Don't see it if You prefer light comedies that don’t make fun of attempted murder and Alzheimer’s.
See it if you enjoy dramatic theater with a strong message. I never read the book but saw the movie and found this staging to be very good.
Don't see it if you don't like wordy and long (2hr 35 mins) plays.
See it if you enjoy a music oriented show full of wonderful oldie songs performed with verve and great talent,
Don't see it if you prefer plays with a plot line and are not interested in music from the 50s and 60s
See it if You like dark thriller comedies that might have violence and profanity.
Don't see it if You don’t like violence, gun shots and profanity. If you prefer your comedies to be light and funny.
See it if You are interested in historical people who broke the rules. You want to know more about a certain period of time with a strong female lead.
Don't see it if You hate overacting and a script that is hackneyed. Could have been a fascinating story but not executed well.
See it if You enjoy light drama that is well acted and has a sociological plot line that makes you think.
Don't see it if You don’t like shoes that discuss uncomfortable truths that challenge your views.
See it if You are interested in a working class oriented edgy frenetic drama.
Don't see it if You have trouble understanding heavy Irish working class accents and don’t care for edgy dramas.
See it if You like one person personal journey plays with an emotional theme.
Don't see it if You don’t want to follow many narratives from different characters all played by one person. Don’t want to see a play about transitioning.
See it if You like historical drama based on real people but related with some creative license. An ambitious production with great acting.
Don't see it if You don’t like long dramatic plays with a non-linear storyline requiring attention to detail.
See it if you like fast paced, thought-provoking cerebral dramas based on real life events and people.
Don't see it if you don't care about the financial crisis and what caused it and don't like wordy dramas.
See it if you like one dimensional characters who spout cliches while having to read subtitles that don't keep up with the script.
Don't see it if you want a dramatic play with characters of depth, understanding their motivations beyond superficial declarations.
See it if you enjoy historical narrative plays filled with inspiring songs and great folk music.
Don't see it if you prefer heavy multi-character dramas and are not interested in folk-inspired narratives of life in the dust bowl era of American history.
See it if you are interested in dark comedy (with dramatic moments) that deals with tense family relationships and fatal disease.
Don't see it if you want escapism in a laugh filled light hearted comedy.
See it if you like edgy drama with intense characters in difficult situations.
Don't see it if you want something light and are offended by mysogynistic and raunchy screeds.
See it if you enjoy flawless theater where everything comes together - writing, acting, staging and music. Compellingly told history of a fall.
Don't see it if You prefer short (this is 3.5 hrs) light comedy without lots of talk and are not interested epic tales of the rise and fall of a family firm
See it if You enjoy well written contemporary themed dramas that deal with complicated political issues in a respectful manner.
Don't see it if You prefer frothy comedies or dramas that take a strident point of view.
See it if You like creative approaches to theater, connections to other cultures, light hearted humor and some audience participation.
Don't see it if You want a linear storyline, don’t care about other cultures (Persian) and want something more gravitas.
See it if you are interested in political subjects that inform and bring you closer to understanding. Some parts are especially moving.
Don't see it if you prefer something light and fictional. Are not interested in American politics.
See it if you are interested in dramas with a political edge and contemporary theme.
Don't see it if you want something light and funny or more escapist theater.
See it if you enjoy gripping drama of political events. Great acting with a compelling plotline.
Don't see it if you don't like long (3.25 hour) dramas on The Troubles and actors with strong Irish accents.
See it if You want to see Michael Hall perform and enjoy monologues with no clear plot line.
Don't see it if You prefer plays with character development, plot lines and drama.
See it if You enjoy political dramas that highlight American historical figures and recount riveting accounts of our shared memories.
Don't see it if You are not interested in American events and prefer something lighter and less wordy.
See it if you enjoy personal narratives (that may not always lead to a final wrap-up) interdispersed with songs.
Don't see it if You prefer personal memoir dramas that have sequential or interlocking memories that reach a climax or conclusion.
See it if you are interested in historical events that are still very contemporary and in thought provoking drama.
Don't see it if you are not interested in very disturbing American history.
See it if you want to understand the genocide in Rwanda in the context of a victim and his family.
Don't see it if You don't want heavy themed shows of a disturbing subject matter.
See it if You enjoy immersive performance of contemporary edgy themes where the line blues between actor and audience.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with sexual topics and prefer a normal theater experience of audience separate from the actors.
See it if You enjoy dramas with contemporary political themes of immigrant assimilation and Muslim acculturation in Britain.
Don't see it if You want a shorter lighter experience and have little interest in the Muslim assimilation experience.
See it if you enjoy light dramas about the challenges finding a connection to others in mid-life. Well acted.
Don't see it if the problems of middle aged Wasps bore you and you don't like wordy plays.
See it if you are interested in political drama and historical events, although the play shifts from a personal coming of age to universal politics.
Don't see it if you are not interested in political discourse, rap music or a non-linear personal history narrative.
See it if you like plays with existential themes, crazy high jinx that seem to have no purpose and no cogent plotline other than a death ending.
Don't see it if you want something with a meaty plot, characters who have dimension and a satisfying ending.
See it if You enjoy contemporary light drama with great acting and compelling characters.
Don't see it if You are not interested in personal stories on contemporary themes.
See it if you enjoy legendary Ludlum campy, edgy, theater. This production has great acting, costumes and staging. Overall fun.
Don't see it if you don't like camp and are offended by sexual and scatological humor. Production is not for kids and not for some adults.
See it if you are familiar with Mengele, the role he played in the Holocaust and are interested in a wordy dialogue with him giving his perspective.
Don't see it if you are either not interested in the period, know nothing about Mengele or don't like wordy plays.
See it if you enjoy Tom Stoppard and his amazing wit. It is an intricate plot that blends art and science. I loved it.
Don't see it if you don't like Stoppard and his intellectual word play. Dense and wordy. Run time 2 3/4 hours.
See it if you enjoy dramatic political statements that may require background knowledge of specific historical events.
Don't see it if You want character development, a clear plot line and the ability to connect with certain characters.