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See it if You enjoy new and silly Off-Broadway works with first rate performers. A VERY polished cast and production elements all around!
Don't see it if You're expecting lots of "The King". While it tries to pay homage in satire, the show gets lost and ignores the main attraction...Elvis.
See it if You enjoy French farce, explorations of historical figures, some of the finest performers NYC can offer.
Don't see it if You do not enjoy fresh farce or absurd theatrics. You're seeking a linear storyline play.
See it if You have any opportunity to do so. I don't think there's a person who couldn't find an enjoyable moment in this swift and tender production.
Don't see it if You're looking for a BIG show with spectacle. Aside from that, this is a very accessible show that can/should be enjoyed by nearly anyone.
See it if You have never seen Miss Saigon OR if you saw the Original and loved it. There's enough for both at this epically "refreshed" production!
Don't see it if 90's mega musicals with soaring ballads and unrequited love aren't your idea of a good time.
See it if You enjoy the spectacle of Cirque and/or the simplest pleasures of a Broadway musical. A GREAT date night or Family outing musical.
Don't see it if You enjoy the finer things of Broadway. This is sheer entertainment for the masses.
See it if You love the Carole King songbook and other hits from the 60's & 70's!...and who doesn't?
Don't see it if You're looking for a strong "book" musical. The story is strong, the script is weak, but the songs lift your spirits.
See it if You are a fan of The Ridiculous Theatrical Company or other absurd/ satirical theater. Everett Quinton's work is evident and worth studying
Don't see it if Absurdity is not your idea of fun.
See it if You know or like any of the cast members and/or A Doll's House. Or see it if you'd like a quick, funny, dynamic dissection of human choices.
Don't see it if You're entering with purist expectations of the the time period and/or language in style or structure of A Doll's House. This is a NEW play.
See it if You love the play/Tennessee Williams and can endure a couple of thought-provoking hours without feeling a need for spectacle or frills.
Don't see it if You're looking for a splashy Broadway production that spells it out for you. The play's the thing here...and the dynamic performances.
See it if You enjoy contemporary family dramas and terrific acting. As every publication and their Tony Award proves - the best play on Broadway.
Don't see it if You prefer heightened language, complex story structure or large ensemble acting. This production is small, simple, stirring and poignant.
See it if You like fairy tales for all ages, whimsy, existentialism.
Don't see it if You find minimalist storytelling a bore, are looking for literal interpretation.