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See it if You are willing to sit through a mediocre play in order to see Mark Rylance.
Don't see it if You are unwilling to sit through a mediocre play just to see Mark Rylance .
See it if You will see anything by the Elevator Repair Service...even their lesser presentations.
Don't see it if You dislike dialogue delivered so quickly as to be incomprehensible, followed by scenes that drag out the interaction.
See it if You see this tennis match as a way giving us insight into players's thoughts and lives .
Don't see it if You are annoyed by tennis players hitting imaginary balls. Your loss...it was very well choreographed.
See it if If you can't get enough of great performers like Karen Ziemba performing show tunes you love!
Don't see it if You have no patience for musicals, overlong shows, or Hal Prince vanity pieces?
See it if An excellent choice for a seven year old who has read the book...and her grandmother.
Don't see it if The child you are bringing has a short attention span.
See it if You want an unusual theater experience.
Don't see it if You loved War and Peace and don't want to see one chapter out of context.
See it if You want to see great actors in roles that combine serious issues with humor.
Don't see it if You have read some of the reviews and expect an extraordinary theatrical experience.
See it if You like theater that moves you emotionally and intellectually.
Don't see it if You have an overbearing mother and need a " trigger warning" to avoid an anxiety attack.
See it if A fascinating presentation of the pain of veterans in the language both Shakespere and today.
Don't see it if You don't like one man shows, and you prefer theater experiences that are light and entertaining .
See it if You appreciate the universality of family dynamics while appreciating African rhythms of birth culture and music.
Don't see it if You are claustraphobic and are uncomfortable in a theater four stories underground.
See it if You love John Lithgow so much you could watch him read the telephone book.
Don't see it if You want more from theater than a self indulgent one man show, no matter how brilliant that one man is.
See it if You don't need subtlety but do need 75 minutes of good entertainment with some important social/ racial issues thrown in.
Don't see it if You still haven't recovered from the trauma of high school.
See it if You love creative staging combined with great silliness!
Don't see it if You hate Jane Austen or confuse easily or you are feeling grumpy.
See it if You appreciate a blend of music and great acting in an unexpected context.
Don't see it if You don't like feeling uncomfortable in the theater and your idea of a great musical is Phantom.