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See it if John Osborne's writing is worth the price of admission. It is a love story that surpasses class division in England and family feuds.
Don't see it if The story is a bit creaky, but still powerful.
See it if You are interested in seeing an absorbing, striking story of six young people in New Zealand - one woman show w/vocal harmonies and movement
Don't see it if You're not interested in learning about another culture or seeing a somewhat primordial performance. It felt like the prequel to a haka.
See it if You love great acting and direction and a story about racism in the military. This was an intelligent show. Unfortunately still relevant.
Don't see it if You can't stand great theater.
See it if You are interested in exploring politics and the position of women in society through a lens of high school debate.
Don't see it if The show can be a bit preachy and the direction was haphazard at times.
See it if You love Marsha Mason. She is great, but when is she not? Love her. You are interested in Irish culture in Dublin.
Don't see it if I love to support new plays, but I think this one was not as polished as it might have been. I would love to see more from this playwright.
See it if This is a story about the Irish troubles and the IRA and is set in Dublin. Irish Rep always puts on a good show. I am always impressed.
Don't see it if You are not interested in this time period and this struggle. I saw the first production of this play at Irish Rep 30+ years ago. See it.
See it if You love Glenda Jackson. I would go see her read the (proverbial) phone book.
Don't see it if Youre not a fan of devices such as gender blind casting, anachronistic costumes, odd lighting, music (I love Philip Glass, but...).
See it if You love Dylan Thomas, John Cullum (what's not to like?) and the Irish Rep. Solid, joyful production.
Don't see it if If you don't like the poem or Dylan Thomas and are played out on Christmas in general. You'd be missing something worthwhile!
See it if You like O'Casey and want to experience an Irish perspective on the troubles. Irish Rep has consistently good directing, acting and staging
Don't see it if You aren't interested in Irish culture, have no desire to be enveloped in a world of personal ramifications of political decisions/actions.
See it if Experimental, physical theater with well done stage design to go with some great acting and movement.
Don't see it if You don't like timeless tales seen in a ew, vibrant way.
See it if The Irish Rep (which I always find to be high quality theater no matter what they do).
Don't see it if You don't like Matthew Broderick. He's very good in this.
See it if You would like to see a seminal piece of Black theater of the 1970s with some great voices, Savion Glover and surprisingly relevant themes.
Don't see it if You don't like gospel, 70s wardrobe or discussion of racial discrimination.
See it if It is hard to make an old play relevant, but they do it here and very well. Sadly, many of the themes are still current.
Don't see it if If you don't like Hansberry.
See it if You love Woody Guthrie. However, if you do love Woody Guthrie, it is hard to love someone who is portraying him.
Don't see it if You hated, Bound for Glory.
See it if This is not really a musical. It is more of a staged group of songs about the days of Tammany Hall and immigration.
Don't see it if Native Americans being portrayed in trite and stereotypical way isn't your idea of entertainment.
See it if You love Len Cariou, father leaving independent life at home for the nightmare of an assisted living place and Craig Bierko, his son.
Don't see it if Eventual loss of independence of elderly parents is of no interest to you. You don't care whatever happened to Sweeney Todd (little joke).
See it if You like theater that explores the boundaries of story. Three different stories are intercity in a rollicking, thought provoking romp.
Don't see it if You are not keen on exploring physical and intellectual comedy and hate laughing out loud in the theater.
See it if You are interested in stories of 9/11. I almost didn't see this because I thought it would be too saccharine, but I was wrong!
Don't see it if You are not interested in another perspective on how 9/11 affected a small town in Canada and how people came together in adversity.
See it if You love O'Casey. The Irish Rep always puts on a helluva show with great acting and direction.
Don't see it if You're sick of hearing about the troubles and can't stand another meaningful sequence of dialogue.
See it if You like to be in the middle of Central Park watching a Shakespearean drama that isn't performed very often. Good sets too.
Don't see it if You really love fight choreography. The choices made in that regard weren't the greatest.
Also Kate Burton is her usual spectacular self.
See it if Intermittent good acting. It was frustrating because I knew that all involved were better than the play.
Don't see it if The writing is plodding. It is based on the device of an advice columnist's letter and how they reveal her life.
See it if you don't like Bill Irwin, but you'd be on the fringe. I am always amazed by what he does. Thought provoking and funny.
Don't see it if I can't really think of a reason not to see this. What, are you nuts?
See it if You would see Carol Kane in anything and if you love Randy Rainbow. The male lead was also very good. Good dancing and voices, but dated.
Don't see it if This is a creaky Berlin musical. I wished for the Merman or Daly version and was not bowled over. I'm glad I saw it as an historical piece
See it if You don't like different versions of Shakespeare's plays (this is a musical of, Measure for Measure, set in the wild West).
Don't see it if Bawdy and ohysical comedy is not your cup of tea.
See it if Irish theater that explores the line between self and the world, who we are and who we present ourselves to be.
Don't see it if Dark themes and intensity.
See it if You love great choreography, dance and singing. The songs are classics of musical tbeater.
Don't see it if You tend to over think the themes and meaning of older musicals. When seen through today's lens, the story doesn't hold up to scrutiny.
See it if you like Lillian Hellman and are up for a Southern setting and sensibility. Hellman's dialogue rings true though written in the 1930s.
Don't see it if Don't like Cynthia Nixon or Laura Linney (though who would fit in that category???).
See it if There is no reason not to see it. Play the lottery. $10 (after more than a year of trying). Lived up to the hype and MORE! BRAVO!!!
Don't see it if you don't like musicals, history or a show that is not to be missed.