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See it if you want to witness a triumph of conceptual design, reinforced by physically imaginative staging. Creative use of space + time at its best
Don't see it if you have no interest in technical elements, or storytelling outside of conventional theatrical tropes- or you hate puppies.
See it if you want a heavy, death-and-cuisine-centered family drama featuring both generational and language barriers. There's also a turtle.
Don't see it if you lack the energy to endure an almost emotionally exploitative level of what feels like several consecutive endings.
See it if you want a solid revival sure to shake your faith in humanity for the evening. A show to engender plentiful argument and/or discussion.
Don't see it if you need razor sharp dramaturgical focus to enjoy a play. If you confuse ample suspense with slow pacing, or you want lighter fare tonight
See it if you want a brilliant and incredibly cohesive visual and aural experience, exemplified most by its scenic design and instrumentation.
Don't see it if you have very specific ideals about musical theater. That said I believe theater-goers of all tastes have something to gain from Futurity.
See it if you are religious, if you aren't religious, if you are human.
Don't see it if you're unwilling to experience sensitive subject matter. You don't want to be absorbed thinking about a play weeks after you have seen it.
See it if you like adaptations and the experiments undertaken to re-create a novel's atmospheric elements on-stage. You prefer un-adapted dialogue.
Don't see it if you're critical of when excessive tech obfuscates rather than aids good storytelling. You loathe cliched movement as a character device.
See it if you want to be seduced by what is now a piece of musical theater history. Costumes, scenery, music will all have you in seconds.
Don't see it if you are not one for dramatic romance, divas, death, ballet, or opera.
See it if you want a show that plays with your child like nostalgia of a classic tale on a massive musical scale.
Don't see it if if you don't love fantasy, eccentric design, or a good power ballad.
See it if you long for your favorite rock band to write a musical, Sky-Pony has done just that. You will be welcomed into their Wildness.
Don't see it if you prefer a solid "4th wall" between yourself and performers. Not for those who desire to watch a show without investing themselves.
See it if you want to be dazzled by the visual strengths of a less-than-perfect love child between Cirque and Broadway under an old-hollywood hat.
Don't see it if you lack the patience for the forgettable music and less-than-enchanting story between all the awesome physical and technical performances.
See it if You want an adaptation that simultaneously jabs and honors the Austenian tone, and dashes/sweeps aside the conventional presentation.
Don't see it if You have a peeve about actors playing multiple roles, or you want a simpler, easy narrative to follow. Rapidly moving set pieces unnerve you
See it if you're a sucker for dancing men in uniform, you love grand dream ballets, and crave exciting choreography over a gripping story.
Don't see it if you're expecting a replica of the classic film version.
See it if you're excited by experiencing an actor in an abundance of roles. You want a dynamic and visually colorful performance.
Don't see it if you want an army of cast members and/or large dance numbers.
See it if you want an experience that rewards the observant and engaged audience member. You want pure acting with very little scenery in the way.
Don't see it if you're not looking for an emotional investment. You prefer a more passive observational experience as an audience member.
See it if you're addicted to the trend of dystopian plots with plenty of drama, but are not expecting to see an articulate point of view.
Don't see it if you're craving something adventurous or if you're looking for a drama to leave you hanging onto the edge of your seat. This is not that play
See it if If you want to laugh at some lewd, crude humor and don't mind slightly trying-too-hard-at-substance motifs/want an easy 80-90min. of laughs.
Don't see it if you need immersion/investment, are critical of actor's portrayals of drug influence, find excessive cursing a poor sub for better dialogue
See it if you are ready for a roller coaster of highly offensive humor that is absolute genius!
Don't see it if you are a sensitive soul or you like Starbucks.
See it if you have ever fallen in love with musical theater, dance, Gershwin, or anyone for that matter!
Don't see it if you are not open to the revitalization of a classic.