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See it if You're a fan of the movie or 80s pop culture or looking for a fun time at the theater. The performances are great.
Don't see it if You hate the movie. Or want to leave a musical singing a song you just heard (the music here is very forgettable).
See it if You enjoy new musicals and discovering new talent. This cast is amazing and the book/music & lyrics are terrific. Cheers!
Don't see it if You if don't like musicals or teenaged drama queens.
See it if you're an adventurous theater-goer.
Don't see it if You're easily offended by male nudity and graphic discussion of gay sex or uncomfortable in an intimate setting.
Also The location is easily accessible via the L train.
See it if you enjoy stand-up with great storytelling; also terrific for anyone who has (or is planning to have) children.
Don't see it if you're bored by solo shows
See it if you enjoy no-frills, cabaret-stylye musical revue with solid performances and the music of Jerry Herman (Mame; La Cage; Hello, Dolly).
Don't see it if you're expecting razzle-dazzle or a book musical.
See it if You enjoy seeing fine actors at work.
Don't see it if you're expecting a fast-paced show, This certainly moves slowly so you can savour the performances. The actor playing Hank is great!
See it if you enjoy "Girls" or "Sex and the City."
Don't see it if you want a deeper look into these characters. The cast is great. The playwright shows promise, but should have taken more risks.
See it if You like something different
Don't see it if You're expecting a fully polished, rehearsed play. It is a very entertaining production and thought-provoking on the subject of language.
See it if you want a well-acted & smartly directed, unconventional drama that asks more questions than it answers. Anita Gillette is amazing.
Don't see it if you're looking for a happy play.
See it if you want to see two good actors perform Craig Lucas (Tales of Love and Death). Included a beautiful short play feat. the AIDS quilt
Don't see it if you are expecting a fully finished piece. Tales of Love and Death needs a lot of work (mainly better direction) before it gets to Edinburgh.
See it if you love a throwback to the days of campy "ridiculous" shows, enjoy watching actors have fun, and want to have a fun night at the theatre.
Don't see it if you have no sense of humor, are expecting a drama, or don't want to laugh.