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See it if amazing choreography; strong actors, but the script is still weak and the lyrics are amateurish; if you're a fan of the original
Don't see it if not sure why this show was such a huge hit originally; recognizable melodies from Les Miz; female lead was outstanding though
See it if an amazing revival; brilliant acting; timeless classic; worth seeing the leading ladies swap roles!
Don't see it if Dense dialogue that requires you to pay close attention is too difficult for you to sit though
See it if you want to see great acting and a follow up to a classic play. Creative and clever. Not necessary, but helpful if you know the original.
Don't see it if you do not like fast paced dialogue without intermission.
See it if you enjoy watching a one act, one woman show about the life story of a Jewish stand-up comic and TV script writer
Don't see it if you don't enjoy cabaret style shows; the show has some nice moments, but it seems like one long stand up routine with a lot of punch lines
See it if and only if you want to see Patti Lupone and Christine Ebersole. Orchestration was nice. Songs were totally forgettable.
Don't see it if you hate watching tennis - because that's what this is... Patti sings a song, then Christine sings a song, repeat, repeat, duet... boring
See it if you want to see the show that will give DEH a run for it's money at the Tony awards. Heartfelt. Beautiful staging/direction
Don't see it if you are looking for a flashy musical.
See it if you want to see a vanity project that looks like it came straight from the Trans Siberian Orchestra. I can't believe 2nd Stage allowed this.
Don't see it if you enjoy good theater and good acting. Male = fine. Every song is getting through a disastrous event. Is this a comedy or drama? horrible
See it if you enjoy solo performances and long shows without intermission; don't mind wearing headphones as part of the theater experience
Don't see it if you're looking for a traditional theater; this does not belong on Bway. Another example that you can produce any Bway show with enough $...
See it if you enjoy up close and personal plays; unconventional love story; brilliant and raw acting; simple and clever direction
Don't see it if do not like 90 minute, one act plays; you need a lot of action on stage
See it if you like contemporary plays about a family unit that evolves over 40 years; challenging for the actors and well done
Don't see it if you're bothered by script/character development. Daughter is well written w/poignant moments that are not fully equaled by her parents
See it if you're a fan of their podcasts and TV characters; you enjoy comedy about NYC
Don't see it if you are looking for a traditional play. This is extended stand-up comedy. This show should have stayed off Broadway.
See it if you want to see a rarely performed Shakespeare(?) play; you can sit through the first 15 minutes (not well acted), but becomes very good!
Don't see it if obscure plays bore you; a lot of live gunfire disturbs you; you're choice of plays are not adventurous; waiting in line hours for tickets
See it if you want to see an amazing performance about a difficult social subject matter - one that needs attention and should be heard by everyone.
Don't see it if you don't have a heart
See it if masterful actors in an ambitious play of "coming of age" and end of life loss. Well written, a couple forgivable disjointed moments
Don't see it if you don't like watching young love plays with little action
See it if you enjoy contemporary plays about illegal immigration and all it entails; you like watching long monologues- there are 5 (1 for each actor)
Don't see it if you cannot sit through 2 hours without intermission; you need drama/action/interaction between characters on stage
See it if End of the B-way run - poor understudies, put me to sleep, no urgency, no reason to like either of the leads; music was mildly interesting
Don't see it if you expect to see a true love story - this set of actors were so bland and uninteresting
See it if you enjoy T. Williams; you want to see a movie star; you want to see creative sets
Don't see it if you expect this production to be true to the script's underlying meaning; direction completely ignores the homosexual theme
See it if you want to see Jefferson Mays work his a$$ off (8 roles!); light entertainment - don't think too hard here; clever script and fun songs
Don't see it if you need a realistic plot; you don't like light hearted musicals
See it if you enjoy new, fun and creative theater. It's about as close as you can get to a faux rock show/star! Still fresh after a 20 year rest.
Don't see it if LGBT issues bother you; you don't like rock musicals
See it if you enjoy the style of Shakespearean writing in modern language; brilliant performances; clever take on the possible future of England
Don't see it if you find history plays or the English Royalty boring.
See it if you enjoy the history of the Tudors; seeing only Part 1 would have been enough; exquisite acting and character development
Don't see it if you cannot sit through long history plays
See it if you want to see a rag tag group of addict/user transients turn into a family who make their home at a worn down, cheap motel
Don't see it if you want to see any kind of social reality with this uneven script; no character development; hints of underage sex with a minor
See it if you enjoy Shakespeare and his contemporaries
Don't see it if you do not know the story (or learn it before you see the show) - confusing and lack of clear direction made it more difficult to follow.
See it if brilliant staging, great acting; amazing insights to historical events that you somehow wish would have a different and happier ending
Don't see it if you don't like shows that make you think
See it if you want to watch excellent acting and direction. A bit of a throw back, but worth seeing.
Don't see it if Full frontal nudity or intermission-less plays bother you.
See it if Go see Bette! The stage is her home and she owns it! 2 1/2 hours of pure delight!
Don't see it if you have to pay $400 for a ticket. Otherwise, see it!
See it if you want to see Glenn Close give an outstanding acting performance - not much of a singer. Great staging especially with orchestra on stage
Don't see it if you are not an major ALW fan or you are paying full price. Glenn Close was the only reason to see this show.
See it if you like Irvin Berlin music, tap dancing and light hearted shows. No thinking required, but a very sweet love story. Sit back and enjoy!
Don't see it if you need something thought provoking
See it if you enjoyed other productions from CoXIV; suggestive adult entertainment; great dancing/burlesque performances by everyone!
Don't see it if you are sitting on the sides of the stage (bad sight lines), balcony seating is fine in the new space!
See it if you get a free ticket; you have never seen it and need a (bad) reference.
Don't see it if pay more than $5. Zero urgency in the characters who are about to lose their entire upper class lifestyle. Snooze fest. Horrible direction
See it if you like TV reality stars; you are easily entertained by thin story lines with broad, generalized NYC characters; good direction, weak show
Don't see it if you like thoughtfully written, character driven shows
See it if you want to see the next ground breaking piece of theater; new cast is outstanding; brilliant composing!
Don't see it if you do not like musicals; otherwise, just see it!
See it if you want to see a Tony deserving performance! Standing ovation in the middle of the show; beautiful performance!
Don't see it if you do not enjoy musical theater. But, really, you should!
See it if you enjoy a well written play about contemporary social issues - blue collar workers of Detroit and how the struggle to survive
Don't see it if you're a racist and don't appreciate good writing
See it if you missed it on B-way because it's a fun show; you enjoy adult humor with Sesame Street style puppets; you need something for date night
Don't see it if you saw it on B-way because it's currently lacking energy and enthusiasm; you're offended by sex, foul language and adult themes
See it if cute; don't think too much; Tony Danza was charming, but not really what is needed for this character; enjoyed the music and orchestration
Don't see it if you want a duplicate of the movie; you can't suspend belief for a musical
See it if you want to see a new and timely play about contemporary issues (religion, racism, profiling, faithful relationships)
Don't see it if you are a racist or anti Semitic (religious themes); you need a fully fleshed script; questionable casting for the b-way production...
See it if you like ABBA songs; you don't need anything more than being entertained with a weak story and script; you enjoy fun curtain calls
Don't see it if you regularly see theater in NYC and have high expectations
See it if you want to see masterful acting and writing in a multi award winning show
Don't see it if you need a lot of action on stage. This is a play about telling a story of lost love.
See it if you have never seen this show before; it's a well executed production (all about the timing); Megan Hilty is hilarious!
Don't see it if you've seen it before (nothing new here); you don't like slap stick-ish comedy; thin plot, all about the sight gags and an amateur theater
See it if you want to see two classic stage actors in their later years kill it on stage together!
Don't see it if foul language bothers you; you're a racist; the thought of living in an old age home in the deep south is depressing to you.
See it if you want to see a fast paced, cute show about a single, gay man growing up with his friends who are all getting married and leave him behind
Don't see it if LGBT issues bother you; you go to the theater alone; you're still upset about a recent break-up!
See it if you enjoy large, classic Broadway productions! Dancing is superb! Huge orchestra! Not a weak link in the cast. A beautiful revival!
Don't see it if the post golden age of Broadway does not interest you.
See it if you are a fan of Wilder and his style of writing - these are not among his best pieces and there's a reason these are rarely performed
Don't see it if you expect beautiful story telling and uplifting holiday stories; you don't like audience participation (I hate that in the theater)
See it if you want to see married couple problems in the gay world; great acting; a hot naked man on stage
Don't see it if you cannot forgive a script that still needs some work (but the actors do a terrific job with the sometimes uneven material)