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See it if Well written & acted story showing all families - no matter their background - have inner workings with many like your own.
Don't see it if the rites of other cultures isn't of interest
See it if you want 2 hours of laughs (some quite clever). Nothing to think about, just be entertained.
Don't see it if slapstick is not appealing to you.
See it if a one woman show of brilliant acting for 60 minutes.
Don't see it if the topic of guns in the wrong hands so readily available, and the fatal harm perpetrated on children.
See it if an actor with inviting, consistent presentation who pulls you in from the start.
Don't see it if one person show with character's demeanor remaining the same throughout. And, subject matter jumping around.
See it if you want good ensemble acting that unfolds about a family at odds. DeVito worth the ticket.
Don't see it if you've got Ruffalo expectations. Seems he's still working on playing a nyc cop. Performance felt stilted.
See it if you want an authentic feel for the people of Puerto Rico.
Don't see it if too much info and time spent on certain characters, and you feel it should have ended sooner.
See it if you like a play that opens in a unique way
Don't see it if trying to follow this is more than a job.And a few times lights are out and you're in complete blackness!
See it if you like a 2 character play and both come off easily comfortable with each other and it just keeps moving.
Don't see it if when you see one character reaching their goal, then compromising the other character who was there with support.
See it if you like Mare Winningham
Don't see it if sitting for 3+ hours for a play that meanders the first 2 acts, and you stay for the third ONLY to see if and how it pulls together.
See it if good characters written and acted well on a fresh, not your mainstream topic.
Don't see it if shortly into the play you realize it's going to be too wordy, indicating at least 15 minutes should be cut.
See it if the idea of 2 opposing cultures coming together when one is a group of lost travelers, the other a respectful, open host.
Don't see it if bland, mostly sad people in the desert and just ok music is not an evening for you.
See it if great acting of a semi autobiographical play written in 1982, taking place in 1950 - leaves you to decide how far we've come. Or not.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with truly ugly feelings being manifested on stage.
See it if you like great staging, musical timing and not a dull moment.
Don't see it if audience participation, loud music, many things going on at the same time isn't for you.
See it if you like quality singing voices no matter the topic. You can wait out first 2 to get to the 3rd which is topical, current, fun.
Don't see it if if you can't sit through 2 dull performances and can't wait to bolt!
See it if you like an "extension" of Chekov, good dialogue and acting.
Don't see it if dated costuming and staging, conversational play between 2 actors for about 55 minutes.
See it if you want to see known actors on stage.
Don't see it if you want to see good actors not convincing in their roles. Too many characters - who are they?? A play gone wrong.
See it if a classic with some hip hop thrown in making interesting twists. A woman displaying same negative qualities of a man, mostly to her benefit.
Don't see it if a classic that sometimes goes off the rails and could use about 20 minutes shaved off.
See it if you want to see 90 minutes of masterful writing, acting, directing. This casting has set the bar so high!
Don't see it if you're not ready to have your heart opened to an emotional place of understanding.
See it if an old play brought to life with terrific acting. Writing that remained true to the original story.
Don't see it if a dated, Southern piece that runs 2.5 hours with 2 intermissions.
See it if you want good acting/singing/writing and great staging.
Don't see it if repetition is annoying and you realize 20-25 minutes need to be shaved!
See it if you like quick repartee, silly fun and beautiful staging and costumes.
Don't see it if your don't have 2.75 hours for what could have been done in much less time.
See it if good actors, good acting and writing are what you're looking for.
Don't see it if first act too much information you can only piece together as second act unfolds. Worth staying till end, if patience don't run out.
See it if a true story to entertain with great acting, singing, music, writing. And, see kindness come naturally.
Don't see it if there is no reason not to see it!
See it if you thought you were putting 2 and 2 together and it adds up in the end!
Don't see it if you've seen Mamet, and here he is again, just different words and people.
See it if you enjoy honest story telling with real, human reactions. And, not disappointed with the outcome!
Don't see it if heavy brogue makes it difficult to comprehend, and having to rely on interaction between characters.
See it if you like T. Letts' writing.
Don't see it if a man living in the middle of the country who is past his prime, wants to find himself. Returns home and is no closer to an answer, but
Also expects to be accepted back by family.
See it if complex, confusing family dynamics is your thing.
Don't see it if two troubled, abandoned brothers with no direction for 2+ hours carry on. And, trying to muster up compassion is out of the question.
See it if you like the writing of Foote. And, reaching into the past wth everyday people exchanging gossip along with their daily routine of life.
Don't see it if Three disjointed plays molded into one is not something you have patience for nor want to spend time sitting through.
See it if you're a fan of the playwright - Nicky Silver. And, you like chronicled family woes mapped out from day one - the wedding!
Don't see it if exaggerated acting all over the place, with much of it not funny.
See it if background of how some people from Idaho spread their religion near and far, and how many young become converts.
Don't see it if going to the middle east (country not specified) with a sales pitch of your religion!
See it if you want an accurate history lesson performed with spirit!
Don't see it if 2 people (one multiple characters) playing out the lives of dead people for 90 minutes!
See it if you want to see N. Lane be N. Lane, and Jefferson Mays be his special self.
Don't see it if sitting for over 2.5 hours with a script that's dated and every detail but the kitchen sink is thrown in.
See it if you like current topics presented in a very "now" staging.
Don't see it if you don't like people getting caught up in the moment and fabricating life.
See it if you're a N. LaBute, J. Light fan and look to analyze at the end. It holds your attention.
Don't see it if 60 minutes of non stop dialogue from one character is not for you.