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See it if You want to see an evening of terrific ensemble acting a comedic drama about how we define family and love and help each other.
Don't see it if You fine gay love offensive (which should be a moot point). There are so many reasons TO see it. If you're into Disney this isn't for you.
See it if ... You enjoy Bess Wohl's writing and are curious to see more of her work, and want to enjoy fine ensemble acting with gentle humor.
Don't see it if ... You're looking for more substantial and complex drama.
See it if You want to witness terrific ensemble acting in an American contemporary classic.
Don't see it if You want something lightweight, superficial and bland!
See it if You enjoy musical shows and can get a deeply discounted ticket.
Don't see it if You want to see real theater, i.e. someting that has a story line and that challenges you to think.
See it if you want an evening of great acting touching on the impact of dementia - on a family, written with sensitivity and insight.
Don't see it if You want a conventional theater experience that entertains without challenging.
See it if You're game AND open-minded for a provocative, brilliant and astonishing theater experience! Terrific ensemble cast!
Don't see it if You're looking for a traditional theater experience and are easily offended. Not for the thin-skinned!
See it if You're open to deep introspective exploration of complex, intertwined relationships, acted out intelligently.
Don't see it if You want action on stage and find discussions of love triangles tiresome or dislike Pinters's plays.
See it if You love literature & great acting: Its protagonist, played by Mary Louise Parker, is a writing instructor. Co-star Will Hochman is great!
Don't see it if You want an evening of light, shallow theater.
See it if You love special effects and want to be in a great air-conditioned space... and have time for a nap.
Don't see it if You're expecting to see professional theater with a believable plot line... of, even if plotless, were in some way engaging the audience.
See it if You're up to seeing something different - a personal story staged unconventionally about an Iranian playwright living in exile.
Don't see it if You want ordinary entertainment and are not up to being culturally challenged.
See it if You want to see Nathan Lane and Kristen Nielsen butt heads (and other body parts) in Taylor Mac's exquisite iambic pentameter. Best set EVER
Don't see it if You voted from Trump or want mainstream comedy. With that sensibility this original and hilarious play will be a turn off.
See it if You're open to an unconventional exploration of what love is - and isn't. The staging is very basic - no set to speak of - so LISTEN.
Don't see it if You prefer more conventional theater with more conventional roles.
See it if You'll like this if you're up to a different type of show - not linear - that utilizes digital media for high impact. Terrific set!
Don't see it if You need something straightforward, linear, and pre-digital.
See it if You enjoy humorous drama with an African flavor. That play satirizes mean girl stereotype from a West African point of view.
Don't see it if You only want more conventional, familiar dramas. Not for Trumpians.
See it if ... you want to see great ensemble acting in a play of utter relevance and insight.
Don't see it if You want something joyful. This is not, although there are moments of joy watching the actors interact, especially Elaine May.
See it if You're up for the amazing talent of a solo performer acting multiple roles in a multicultural performance about immigrant experiences.
Don't see it if You want bland entertainment without an agenda.
See it if you enjoy messy relationships among a group of highbrow and superficial neurotic narcissists (are there any who aren't neurotic?).
Don't see it if you're looking forward to deeper reflective drama that isn't achingly "twee." Just too cute for its own good.
See it if You want a delightful evening of laughter, surprises, stunning talent all around. I had no expectations, went in a dark, and was thrilled!
Don't see it if You're a stick in the mud.
See it if you absolutely must see anything with Jason Alexander and you enjoy any possible opportunity for Trump-bashing. Mary Testa is also great.
Don't see it if you have better ways to spend your theater budget, are more particular about your theater experiences, and want to see a comedy that's funny
See it if you are interested in theater that explores social challenges & dynamics & probes the motivations of people to ultimately self-destruct.
Don't see it if You want characters who are realistically portrayed (they were cardboard to me).
See it if You're a John Leguizamo fan... and even if you aren't. His brilliant conceptualizing of Latin American history and culture hit the mark.
Don't see it if You are a fan of the moron occupying the White House & if you believe in border walls. Otherwise, go before it closes (limited run).
See it if you find period acting interesting but also are stirred by elements of the life of Abraham Lincoln and his social impact.
Don't see it if you want real action; this is literally a parlor piece.
See it if How thrilling to see this innovative, smart staging of Edgar Lee Masters' classic poems, which I encountered decades ago.
Don't see it if You're not open to incisive and often humorous ruminations about the impact of death!
Also Just loved everything about this show and its multi-talented cast.
See it if you have the patience to endure a slow first act and let the second one grow on you. The acting, especially by the two boys, is top-notch.
Don't see it if you want action all the time... the play is slow but thought provoking on issues that were relevant 25 years ago and still are now.
See it if You're up for an evening of thought-provoking comedy-drama of dysfunctional families, love, rivalries and often brilliant dialogue.
Don't see it if You want an evening of light theater! The play is long, but moves well - I saw it in early preview so it will probably be pruned!
See it if ... I don't recommend that you see it, ESPECIALLY if you love Chekhov and Tolstoy. There was some good acting but not enough substance.
Don't see it if you want to see classic Russian literature thoughtfully interpreted on stage, with self-confident acting.
See it if You're up to being challenged... to seeing difficult theater beautifully performed .. but painful and unrelenting. It will make you think!
Don't see it if your tastes tend to Disney and juke box musicals.
See it if If you're open to a somewhat stilted play that addresses serious political and moral ideas in a quirky way - and you have a cheap ticket.
Don't see it if You want to see a polished, multi-dimensional political play with a clearly experienced cast and playwright.
See it if You love great ensemble acting, a smart script, a terrific set, and obviously great directing to create a divine theater experience!
Don't see it if Your favorite shows are juke box musicals and Disney shows.
See it if (Part 1) you are open to a brilliant, often witty, and sometimes tearful. play that explores how a young gay man navigates his place in life
Don't see it if You're at all uncomfortable with a play that honestly explores gay identity and love - includes nudity.
See it if You're up for a fun night of rap-improvisation by a talented crew of musicians, actors & singers.
Don't see it if You're looking for a profound theater experience that will leave you thinking about what you have just seen. FLS is fun but forgettable.
See it if You enjoy delicious, raunchy ensemble acting touching on topics we can all related to. Letts's writing, as usual, is brilliant.
Don't see it if You're in any way uneasy with stage nudity and/or frank discussions of sex... or if you have a terrible sense of humor!
See it if You're intent on seeing anything involving LBJ and/or Brian Cox, even if the quality is mediocre.
Don't see it if You expect top quality staging, a well-edited and managed script, a carefully managed cast... Oh, I could go on and on. It is a chaotic mess
See it if You want an easy, unoffensive entertainment and are already a fan of the movie. Lili Cooper is amazing!
Don't see it if You want an evening of challenging theater and memorable music and songs.
See it if You're not exhausted from too much Clinton this and that. Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow are two of my favorite actors - but WHY THIS PLAY?
Don't see it if You don't want to rehash past history... and want REAL laughs. This play was not a comedy.
See it if If you don't mind stereotyped characters and a cliched plot. I had a hard time following the plot. The NJ housewife character kept screaming
Don't see it if See comments above. The play was 90 minutes long but felt interminable. A lot of people were laughing, so maybe it was bad chemistry.
See it if You want a thoroughly entertaining, polished, sexy and provocative evening of theater!
Don't see it if You're not willing to be challenged, are not aware of who Sarah Bernhardt was, are unfamiliar with Shakespeare and are a basic boor.
See it if ... you want a great experience of solo theater that will make you laugh, think, almost weep and leave you exhilarated.
Don't see it if ... you're a wet blanket... and/or only want glitzy musicals.
See it if You are interested in topical "small" ensemble plays and have a steeply discounted ticket.
Don't see it if You're expecting a crisp experience of well-acted clear theater. Be flexible because the quality of the performances varies widely.
See it if you get a discounted ticket and want to see predictable but entertaining political theater, with good acting and clever staging.
Don't see it if You want a truly deep and probing theater experience.
See it if you enjoy well-acted one-man shows - skillful and often poignant - and you don't mind the repetition of this man's neurotic narcissism.
Don't see it if you don't want to sit through an ongoing kvetch lasting 80 long minutes.
See it if You're open to probing family relationships in a warm, honest and sometimes painful - and always moving - manner. Wonderful and smart!
Don't see it if if you think this is a lighthearted version of the (truly profound) story of Peter Pan. The playwright takes a deep, personal dive here.