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See it if You enjoy great acting, regardless of poor writing. Direction of female lead is poor at times; acting by entire cast is terrific.
Don't see it if You care that dialogue makes sense (especially near the end) and you want plot twists that can't be seen through well in advance of reveal.
See it if You enjoy exploring complicated problems of a multi-generation family.
Don't see it if You expect issues to be resolved in a satisfying manner, or even to be able to "catch" all the dialogue and action at a single viewing.
See it if You are a fan of James Joyce or of Irish culture in general.
Don't see it if You dislike James Joyce and/or his writings. You detest back stories which reveal the importance of the women in the lives of great men.
See it if You enjoy great choreography and classic musical theatre.
Don't see it if You will be disturbed by the strange modern-dress-red-coat gimmick with which this production begins and ends.
See it if enjoy fine renditions of Broadway standards and don't mind experiencing a variety of unrelated Shakespearean soliloquoies in a single show.
Don't see it if dislike cabaret-style presentations or shows without plots.
See it if You enjoy history and even if you usually dislike rap music and hip-hop.
Don't see it if You hate words, as this show contains more of them than have ever before been crammed into a single Broadway show.
See it if You like historical fiction and don't mind that a massive fire is depicted by a couple of neon squiggle lights and aluminum foil blobs.
Don't see it if You prefer narratives that proceed in chronological order, rather than jumping around in a random way.
See it if You enjoy discovering complicated family relationships and psychological revelations.
Don't see it if You are disturbed by depictions of homosexuality or by juxtaposition of comedy and tragedy.
See it if Share skepticism about traditional religions and are not offended by religious jokes.
Don't see it if You take the Bible literally and/or are easily offended by religious jokes or gay sensibility.
See it if You enjoy fine, old fashioned musicals with a lovely lyrical quality and classic appeal.
Don't see it if You are overly concerned with diction, as the actor playing the King of Siam was often difficult to understand.
See it if You enjoy the music of Cyndi Lauper and don't require a cohesive or compelling storyline to keep you interested.
Don't see it if You prefer musicals with songs that stay with you, at least for the time it takes you to get home from the theatre.