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See it if You love fun, non traditional, non reverential, interdisciplinary pieces of theatre.
Don't see it if You don’t like INCENSE, nudity, burlesque, sexual humor, nontraditional episodic narrative told through movement/songs, not words.
See it if You love Dave Molloy’s work, and sound, and genius lyrics. You are addicted to the internet.
Don't see it if You don’t like a capella, mostly sungthrough musicals, cerebral pieces, nontraditional, non action based pieces.
See it if You’re in high school, fan of joe iconis, want a sci fi take of the high school loser trope.
Don't see it if You want intellectual, thought provoking, lyrically masterful, complex musical theatre, with 3 dimensional women.
See it if You love Daveed Diggs, discussions of complex issues on race, slavery, Black Lives Matter, fantastic acting,
Don't see it if A confrontational approach to racial power dynamics a la the Stanford Prison experiment would be upsetting.
See it if GLENDA JACKSON! You want to see an absolute master at work. A great ensemble piece. If you like nontraditional casting, and Shakespeare.
Don't see it if You don’t like Shakespeare or Phillip Glass. Prefer traditional Adaptations of Shakespeare or don’t have a long attention span.
See it if Like Sondheim, like paired down musicals with minimum set and costumes. Like to think about what you’re seeing.
Don't see it if You like soaring melodies, want a straight forward narrative, if you want to see giant production numbers.
See it if you want to see two brilliant actors deliver serious monologues, if you are a fan of Jake Gyllenhaal or Tom Sturridge.
Don't see it if you don't like monologues, you don't like heavy subject matter involving death and parenthood.
See it if You want to make Fetch Happen. You want a light, funny, amusing night at the theatre. You enjoyed the film.
Don't see it if You hate the movie, or can’t get over that it is different from the film. If you don’t like satire, or you want serious theatre.
See it if You love the Great Gatsby. It is meant to be heard out loud. But don’t confuse that for a play. It is a reading, with actors.
Don't see it if You expect drama or you can’t sit in a theatre for 6 hours. It’s not that. It is a reading of a book with staging.
See it if you want to see a brilliantly written, and acted play about a homosexual man dealing with his lovers, and his mother.
Don't see it if you don't like frank conversations about sexuality/sexual situations. If you don't like stories that feature homosexual men.
See it if you are a Harry Potter fan. You want to see stage magic.
Don't see it if you don't like fanfiction. You cannot separate the images of the characters in your head with the actors on stage. You cannot watch 7 hours.
See it if you love the world of snooker. It was entertaining, but pointless. See it if you love snarky commentary on snooker playing.
Don't see it if you are expecting the hilarity of 'One Man, Two Guvnors' because it does not live up to that. The plot completely fizzles out.
See it if You like a strong, all female cast, dealing with topics such as bullying, and beauty standards in a 1986 African school.
Don't see it if You don't like mean girls, gossip, school lunchtime, or bullying.
See it if You love immersive theatre. You love Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and also the backstory of Alice Liddle and Lewis Carroll.
Don't see it if You want to be in charge of where you're going. You want a linear narrative.
See it if Strong singing, well acted, see it if you're a Kushner fan.
Don't see it if You don't like sung through musicals, or cerebral lyrics, or metal chairs.
See it if You want to see a masterclass of acting by Cillian Murphy. If you like experimental theatre, or like the book.
Don't see it if You need to completely understand everything you are seeing. You don’t like loud noise, or can’t process grief.
See it if You’re a Susan Lori Parks fan, like nontraditional, episodic theatre, like being confronted by performance and performers.
Don't see it if You expect a traditional, linear, narrative.
See it if you like experimental theatre, poetical , epic tales of an immigrant family rising and falling, brilliant actors playing multiple roles.
Don't see it if you don't like epic, long plays that jump through history, third person narration, non traditional dialogue.
See it if See it only if you are a super fan of the film. If you have children. If you love Disney. If you want a light evening at the theatre.
Don't see it if You want thought provoking theatre, complex story telling, actually good production values, or if you need a completely respectful audience
See it if you like Alice in Wonderland, want to see a GREAT ensemble, you like the music of Duncan Sheik/Steven Sater.
Don't see it if you want a traditional retelling of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, you have a problem with really bad british accents.
See it if MUST see for Bryan Cranston’s masterful manipulation of IVH’s trademark use of cameras.
Don't see it if You don’t like nontraditional theatre. The characters were somewhat non engaging, and I did find myself bored when Cranston wasn’t on stage.
See it if See it for the brilliant performance by Elaine May who completely deteriorates infront of your eyes as she loses more and more of her mind.
Don't see it if you are easily upset by the process of getting older, and losing one's mind, senility, and taking care of one's mother/grandmother.
See it if you love Bob Dylan, you like untraditional narratives, multiple characters, piecing together a story.
Don't see it if you want a traditional musical where music directly carries on the narrative, or exactly reflects the situation. Clear cut main characters
See it if you have ever felt lost, or unseen. If you want to see a musical that deals with these sensitive topics, you want a cathartic experience.
Don't see it if you have a hard time dealing with sensitive subjects such as suicide, and depression.
See it if You love immersive, and different kinds of theatre. If you want a completely new experience, and love Hitchcock and Macbeth.
Don't see it if You can't stand 3 hours, or walk around through a 5 story warehouse, or if you arent interested in a fully immersive story.
See it if You loved The Great Comet. You love folk music, love innovative/untraditional staging and storytelling. Love Greek mythology. Want new music
Don't see it if You don't like untraditional musicals, or completely sung through scores.