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See it if you have the attention span to appreciate dual monologues, have an imaginative mind, and can handle triggers (death, grief)
Don't see it if you want flashy staging and costumes and gets bored by monologues
See it if you appreciate simple sets and witty, romantic scripts; love to be in the presence of great acting and feel all the tension in the air
Don't see it if you're offended by emotional outbursts, profanity, and fast dialogue
See it if you're intrigued by the human psyche, Irish culture, carefully-detailed staging and production
Don't see it if you may be triggered/upset by several simulated gunshots in the play
See it if you enjoy complicated characters, witty dialogue akin to Philip Barry’s plays
Don't see it if you absolutely cannot stand a little bit of strobe lights and the smell of herbal cigarettes
See it if you enjoy beautiful singing and entertainment, a heart-breaking story
Don't see it if you might be uncomfortable with the adult-themed references in the story
See it if you are intrigued by Russian plays and period drama; you love a wonderful cast (and a fan of Peter Dinklage, Taylor Schilling).
Don't see it if you don’t like a slow romance
See it if you appreciate the human anatomy, athleticism combined with artistry in an intimate and refined production.
Don't see it if for obvious reasons... you're put-off by mild nudity and everything the production represents
See it if you’re into neuroscience, lyrical flow, and can appreciate some of the pop culture references
Don't see it if you don’t like raps at all, or is an expert in neuroscience
See it if you love complicated characters (especially centered on a woman), can handle intense emotions (shouting) portrayed and sit through 1.5 hr
Don't see it if you are someone who prefers a linear story, needs an explicit "conclusion" to a story.
See it if you appreciate satire and thought-provoking plays
Don't see it if you prefer plays that are easy to follow; or you will be offended by (brief) nudity
See it if you have never seen Twelfth Night; enjoy good singing and a joyous energy amongst the cast.
Don't see it if you can’t sit through 2.5+ hours, or expecting a higher production