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See it if u like gr8 ensemble acting in a piece with pretensions to be a gay "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf." It's a bit dated.
Don't see it if the trope of "gay men can never be happy" angers you. Terrific duplex set (though it makes no sense the indebted party host lives there.
See it if an honest exploration of teenagers' & parents' relationships, high school bullying, acceptance, autism and social media; excellent score.
Don't see it if you prefer light entertainment and escapist fare.
See it if you like inter-generational comedies that make u think.A modern, urban August Osage County with less melodrama.Strong writing & performances
Don't see it if don't like family drama with just a hint of existentialism.
See it if You don't mind non-linear narratives, like episodic story-telling, and enjoy seeing actors switch character with lightening speed.
Don't see it if U find episodic storytelling disjointed, hate projected titles that explain what u r seeing & meaningless stylized movement between scenes.
See it if a different perspective on how two similar characters face a crisis of sexual identity.
Don't see it if u like scores that r more tuneful; characters that r sympathetic; wonder y a story of a graphic artist doesn't use her art in the set design
See it if you like great ensemble performances, amazing direction, magnificent staging.
Don't see it if you are confused by British accents.
See it if you like leaving the theatre feeling happy: a true story of how strangers reached out to help others in the face of catastrophic events.
Don't see it if you are a cynic, or if you prefer spectacle over storytelling. Sorry, no falling chandeliers in this one.
See it if you enjoy clever storytelling, believable characters, stories about the New York experience, singing with tight harmonies.
Don't see it if you don't like acapella singing, small, intimate performance spaces, episodic storytelling where characters and plots intertwine.
See it if You enjoy. quirky characters, rooting for the "underdog", like unconventional romance, love pie!
Don't see it if U dislike unique scores (more pop than Bway, songs seem the same, some fade out w/o strong ending), themes of infidelity or domestic abuse.
See it if u like strong ensemble pieces with innovative staging. The evening flies by.
Don't see it if offended by some un-PC ideas like love is to be "stolen" or more fun if taken unwillingly.
See it if you like thinking outside the box and seeing things from a different perspective.
Don't see it if you have trouble thinking outside the box and need everything to be very literal.